Google Glass 2 Images Appear With New Earbud

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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 […]

MyGlass Google Glass Companion App Appears in Play Store

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Google Glass will soon start shipping out to those who paid the $1500 for early Explorer Editions, and the Android companion app is already available for those lucky few. The new MyGlass app appeared in the Google Play Store last night, just in time for the first shipments of Google Glass. The app will help […]

Google to Ship Google Glass Next Month, Expect I/O to be Glass-Heavy

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Google has announced that it will begin shipping its Google Glass wearable computing hardware sometime next month, which coincidentally would be during the same month that its Google I/O conference kicks off. The Google Glass project was announced at Google I/O 2012 almost a year ago, and this also means that Glass would be shipping […]

Google Co-Founder Claims Smartphones Are Emasculating

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At the TED Talks Conference in Long Beach, California, Google co-founder Sergey Brin made a rather bold claim: smartphones are emasculating. According to Brin, the reasoning is that you’re just “standing around and just rubbing this featureless piece of glass.” Brin used the forward-thinking conference as a stage to further promote Google Glass, a device […]

Google Glass Coming To Stores By End of 2013 For Less Than $1500

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Google Glass will arrive in stores by the end of 2013. It will work with Android or iPhone, and cost less than the $1500 Explorer Editions of the glasses. The Verge reports that Google aims to have Google Glass in user’s hands by the end of the year. The team also wants to bring the […]

Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses Now Ready For Developers

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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 […]

Olympus Announces Head-Mounted Display Prototype

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With Google’s Project Glass nearing its first developer release, it makes sense that other companies would start announcing their own prototype head-mounted displays. The newest prototype comes from Olympus. According to Engadget, Olympus announced its prototype MEG4.0 head-mounted display prototype today in Japan. The device is different from Google’s Project Glass in that it doesn’t […]

Patent Shows Apple is Also Interested in Wearable Tech

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Google is busy trying to drum up interest in Project Glass long before its anticipated release, but it’s not the only company thinking about wearable technology. According to The Next Web, Apple was recently granted a patent for head-mounted displays similar to Google’s Project Glass. Before we go any further it is important to note […]

Google I/O 2012 Announcement Roundup: Hits and Misses

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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 Explorer Edition Costs $1500, Ships Next Year

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Google announced their much-anticipated Google Project Glass coming first only to developers from the United States (due to regulatory issues) who attended the Google I/O 2012 event. The glasses give users see a heads-up display of pertinent data and record video and still images. The first edition will cost a whopping $1500 on pre-order. The glasses won’t ship […]

Google Project Glass Shown Off in Amazing Skydiving Demo

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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’s Project Glass Won’t Launch Until 2013

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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+

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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

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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. […]

Google Project Glass Sample Photo Is Stunning

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Just a few weeks after we got a glimpse at the first photo taken with Google’s Project Glass, we now have another sample to feast on. In a post yesterday on its official Google+ Google Glass page, Sebastian Thrun, the same developer who shared the first picture taken with the Google Glasses, has shared yet […]

Check Out the First Photo Taken With Google Glasses

Check Out the First Photo Taken With Google Glasses

The tech world has been abuzz ever since Google unveiled its Project Glass, also known as Google Glasses, earlier this month. And while we’ve seen the glasses in the wild, we’re still unsure if they are fully functional. Adding to the mystery today is a photo, taken of Charlie Rose by Google X founded Sebastian […]

Google Glasses Will Work With Prescriptions

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Google Glasses, known as Project Glass inside Google, took the tech scene by storm last week, but lacked an important piece fo information for anyone who already wears glasses. Will Google Glasses work with prescription glasses? Despite a number of challenges to projecting the heads up display on prescriptions and different sized lenses a Google Project Glass insider confirms […]

Google’s Project Glass Appears in the Wild (Photos)

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Google co-founder Sergey Brin was caught at a Dining in the Dark charity event wearing a pair of the company’s upcoming Project Glass glasses, known as Google Glasses. Earlier this week, Google finally released a video demonstration of the product that it hopes will revolution eyewear. The glasses are an attempt to bring augmented reality […]

Google Glasses Parody Video Highlights Painful Pop Up Problems

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Google took the cover off Google Glasses, announcing Project Glass yesterday. The new smart glasses project aims to bring augmented reality eyewear to consumers, complete with pop up notifications and access to information typically contained to your smartphone. Google showed off a number of uses in the Project Glass introduction, but the video glosses over the […]