New Google Glass Design Adds a Bit of Style


Two years ago at Google’s annual developer event they announced Google Glass. Aiming to put a refined and simple version of the Android smartphone OS into a sleek pair of sunglasses, and revolutionize wearable computing. Forget the smartwatch, Google Glass is always visible and sits right above your line of sight. Google Glass still isn’t […]

Is Google Glass Worth Buying?


Yesterday Google announced its wearable computing device, Google Glass, can now be purchased by anyone inside the United States as part of a beta program. Essentially letting anyone be a Google Glass Explorer ahead of an official product launch. Google Glass is one of those pieces of technology that is hard to explain, but surely […]

Google Glass On Sale to Public: Here’s What You Need to Know


If you want to own one of the newest cutting edge pieces of technology made by Google, your chance is coming next week on Tuesday the 15th of April. Google broke the news this week on Google+ that they’ll be offering Google Glass to the general public, but for one day. The wearable computing device […]

Google Glass Classic Shades Hands-On & Unboxing Video


Nearly a year after the initial release and Google is still trying extremely hard to make its wearable computing device known as Google Glass more stylish. They’re doing so by offering four prescription frames and three sunglass shades for those interested. So we snatched a pair of the Classic Wayfarer style. Last week Google announced […]

Google Glass Gets Stylish with Shades & Prescription Lenses

Screen Shot 2014-01-28 at 9.55.45 AM

Nearly one year after Google initially started sending out its new wearable technology smart glasses to developers and early adopters, Google Glass if finally getting a bump in the right direction when it comes to style and daily use. It’s no secret that having Google Glass and a camera strapped to your face isn’t trendy, […]

Next Stop for Google Glass: Super Bowl XLVIII

Screen Shot 2014-01-23 at 2.52.53 PM

Google’s new wearable smartglasses known as Google Glass are appearing everywhere. This week the Sacramento Kings are wearing them during warmups for an NBA game, and the next stop for Google Glass is the Super Bowl. On the biggest stage around, being one of the most watched events on TV, a CBS affiliate has partnered […]

Google Glass Brings Viewers Courtside with the Sacramento Kings


Technology and sports are slowly but surely merging, but no one expected NBA Basketball players to actually wear smart glasses while warming up, shooting, or even during an actual NBA game, but that’s about to change. If you’ve ever wanted to see that first-person view of what it’s like to play and star in an […]

Lumus AR Glasses Hands-on: Google’s Glass Competition


When it comes to wearable gadgets like the smartwatch or glasses, a few companies come to mind. Google Glass is a big wearable device, Pebble has a smartwatch to take on Samsung’s Galaxy Gear, but they aren’t the only ones doing good things in the wearable space. Lumus is another popular name some may recognize […]

Google Glass Availability Expands to Google Music Users


Wearable gadgets and technology are going to be a big part of 2014, and as the year ends Google is finally opening up the floodgates for Google Glass, the company’s wearable smart glasses running Android. Google Glass is still a novelty item, and far from a retail product, but Google’s still looking to allow more […]

Google Glass Prescription Option Outed

Screen Shot 2013-12-05 at 9.53.29 AM

One of the biggest questions surrounding Google Glass since first being announced is whether or not the product would work with actual glasses. Would users with prescription eye wear be able to use and enjoy Google’s new wearable technology, and the answer is yes. After Google confirmed a prescription edition or model was coming in […]

Google Glass 2 Images Appear With New Earbud

Screen Shot 2013-10-29 at 4.25.09 PM

Yesterday Google confirmed some important details surrounding the smart-glasses platform. Google Glass is extremely exciting, but still in the early developer and beta stages, and yesterday Google confirmed a new revised design of the wearable device is coming soon, and will be much better overall. Confirming that the original model will be getting updated and […]

Google Glass App Could Help You Remember Everyone’s Name

Google Glass press image

An app for Google Glass called InSight will help users identify their friends based on their clothing, even when the user can’t see their face. According to New Scientist, the app, which was partially funded by Google, debuted at the HotMobile technology conference in Keyll Island, Georgia last week. The app can identify people based […]

Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses Now Ready For Developers

Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses 1

Vuzix is now ready to open its M100 Smart Glasses to developers interested in making apps for this Google Glasses competitor. The new Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses put a small display in front of the user’s eye, giving them access to information from their smartphone without having to actually look at the phone’s display. The small […]

Google Glass-Like Device User Claims Assault at McDonald’s

Eye Tap Google Glass

While visiting Paris with his family, Steve Mann, was physically assaulted by three individuals, several of which appear to be McDonald’s employees for wearing digital eye glasses in the store. Updated with 2nd response from McDonald’s Steve Mann invented the EyeTap Digital Eye Glass to help people see better, and according to his account he’s worn […]

Google I/O 2012 Announcement Roundup: Hits and Misses

Google did not announce Google Drive for iPhone and iPad.

The Google I/O 2012 keynote has come and gone and as the dust settles, it’s time to take a look back at what Google announced. This year, consumers and attendees and viewers of the Google I/O keynote were treated to a host of announcements about new Google products. On the list are Android 4.1 Jelly […]

Google Project Glass Shown Off in Amazing Skydiving Demo

The view of a skydiver using Project Glass.

At Google I/O 2012 today, the company showed off its highly anticipated Project Glass glasses solution using skydivers and bike riders who were wearing Google Glass prototypes. Google Co-CEO Sergey Brin took the stage today to show off Google Glass. While on stage, he was communicating with skydivers high above the Moscone Center in San […]

Google Glasses One Step Closer to Reality, Makes Appearance at Street Fair

Google Glasses

Google is conducting consumer research out in the real world to determine if everyday consumers are interested in purchasing Google Glasses. A research team is now setting up enclosed booths at street fairs in the San Francisco Bay Area to present Google Glasses to fair attendees and collect feedback. The company drummed up a ton […]

Google’s Project Glass Won’t Launch Until 2013

Google Glasses

Originally Google’s Project Glass, also known as Google Glasses, was thought to be coming out this year. However, Google co-founder Sergey Brin has seemingly confirmed that that won’t be the case. As pointed out by Business Insider, in an interview with former San Francisco Mayor and current Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsome, Brin says that he […]

First Video From Google’s Project Glass Posted on Google+

project glass Google Glasses

We’ve seen a few photos from Google’s Project Glass already, and now we finally have a video from the glasses as well. A Google employee put the first video shot from the Google Glasses to Google+ along with a few photos from a “Google Glass Walk” earlier this week. The video is 720p, lasts about 15 […]

Google Patent Hints at Hand Gestures For Google Glasses

Google IR identifier patent

Since the announcement of the Google Glasses project we’ve seen a number of photos taken with the glasses, but not much else. Today we see a patent that hints at a different way to interact with the glasses. According to Wired, a newly public patent shows a way to use hand gestures with Google Glasses. […]