Just raise your glasses high, this one's for you this morning. Rejoice, Vanderpump Rules fans, as Lisa Vanderpump's crew of current and former SURvers will finally be back for a...
Snap Inc.'s new glasses are part of a larger corporate transformation--and possibly an IPO
In just a few short years, Google Glass became a legendary gaffe. The wearable computer made real-life head-mounted displays a reality, but its ability to discreetly take video rubbed a lot of people the wrong way. Because of privacy...Show More Summary
Sitting on about an acre in La Cañada Flintridge, this 1934 replica of a Scottish hunting lodge features such old world features as beamed cathedral ceilings, original wood plank flooring and a grand stone fireplace. Stained glass windows and doors lend an artisanal touch to the stone-covered cottage....
“As they blow into glass tubes, they hover over bright orange flames that reach as high as 5,000 degrees Fahrenheit. That’s hot enough for those stiff tubes to bend like rubbery taffy and twist into candy-cane shapes or snake coils that look machine-made.”
Snap Inc.'s Spectacles look like a fun pair of smart glasses for the Snapchat crowd, and they'll probably avoid Google Glass' disastrous fate.
Even her harshest critics could hardly accuse Zaha Hadid of being content to play it safe, and the starchitect's latest posthumously-completed work reminds us of the unwavering self-confidence that typified her designs. Intended to resemble...Show More Summary
What do you think about Snap’s first hardware product — their newly announced Spectacles? Maybe you’re thinking about Google Glass, the spectacularly failed hardware project that took the world by storm for not much more than a minute?...Show More Summary
The last time the amateur inventors at Braille Skateboarding attempted to make a deck from a sheet of glass, it shattered as soon as they stepped on it. But when they upgraded to bulletproof glass instead, not surprisingly, their second attempt at making a see-through skateboard was far more durable—almost to the point of being indestructible. Read more...
Snap Inc. the photo sharing company will now be called. Its first product, 'Spectacles,' will cost $130.
We’re not quite sure why we find this CGI simulation of noodles being tossed about so satisfying, but we do. Somebody needs to turn this into a video game where the objective is to transfer all the noodles from the bowl to the glass using only that fork. We’d buy that.
We remember going to grandfather’s garage. There he would be, his tobacco pipe clenched between his teeth, wisps of smoke trailing into the air around him as he focused, bent over another of his creations. Inside of a simple glass bottle was something impossible. Show More Summary
Color blindness can be frustrating for those with the condition, and it can also create challenges for some medical professionals while they’re doing their daily tasks. Veins, in particular, can be hard to spot by normal seeing people, and it’s even more difficult if your color perception is off. Show More Summary
In case you missed the news over the weekend the compan […]
Who knew? While women continue to fight glass ceilings in the corporate workforce, a rising number of women are making the big decision to jump ship and go into business for themselves. According to statistics from the U.S. Census, more women are plunging into entrepreneurship—female businesses have grown by almost a 30 percent over a Keep Reading ?
The startup behind the popular messaging app has made its first foray into consumer electronics. ||| San Francisco - Snapchat said it will release a wearable gadget called Spectacles, which resembles a pair of sunglasses with a built-in camera for shooting video. Show More Summary
Specialized Smart Glasses Ironically, smart specs (like Google Glasses) turned out to be a pretty dumb idea for mainstream users. The tech wasn’t quite there and the idea of...
The cast of Will & Grace met up over the weekend, and now they’re teasing something huge that seems to be some kind of scripted reunion! Eric McCormack tweeted, “I used to be able to do this without glasses…,” along with a photo of him, in glasses, holding a script. It appears as if the [...]
Raise a glass to celebrate the life of golf's "King" _ and make it an Arnold Palmer
Snapchat, the social network known for vanishing pictures and funky filters, is branching out into the world of wearables with a set of Spectacles. The glasses have a camera on each side, which the company says are among the world'sShow More Summary