Google Glass may have dropped off the radar, but Google is still hard at work on the project behind closed doors. The tech giant has recently filed for a new patent that enables the wearable head-gear to display holographic projections.Instead...Show More Summary
Could we be seeing a reboot of the Google Glass project? Reports suggest it's in the works. Also, Microsoft released its full version of Office 2016. Those headlines top this week's Small Business News and Information Roundup.
Google Glass may be getting a new lifeline. Several reports suggest that Google is dusting off its wearable bust as part of the new Project Aura. The company has made several recent new hires who've indicated the smart glasses idea isn't completely cracked.
Maybe a new name and fresh blood will revive Google's failed face computer...?
"Aura is working on the next incarnation of Glass, but the team is also developing other wearable technology... 'Glass & beyond'... building cool wearables.'"People rejected Google Glass... in what was an amazing showing of desire to...Show More Summary
Google's smart glasses just can't keep a name. The project, initially called Project Glass, was subsequently renamed to Google Glass, and is now called Project Aura, according to multiple reports. According to Business Insider, whose...Show More Summary
Google Glass, the company’s head-mounted wearable device could make a return as the company has put together a new group, dubbed ‘Project Aura’ to oversee the device and other wearable technologies. Read more...
After the failure of Google Glass, the search giant has been working on a new wearable technology known as Project Aura and is hiring experts from Amazon’s secretive Lab126 to kick off the new group, reports Business Insider. The project apparently started in June, with the aim of reviving the search giant’s first wearable computer, [...]
Google Glass has a new name. Meet Project Aura, the division Google hopes to pump new life into. The company has been hiring engineers and software developers for the project, including ex-Amazon employees from Lab126 who previously worked on the Fire smartphone.
It turns out the team behind Google Glass just got new recruits, new projects and even a new name! Click through to get all the details.
Google Glass is being reborn in Project Aura Google is working on a new wearable technology effort known as Project Aura and is hiring consumer electronics experts from Amazon’s secretive Lab 126 to jump-start the new group. More »
With a brand new lease on life, Google Glass and the team behind will now officially be known as Project Aura, run by former Glass lead Ivy Ross as she reports to Tony Fadell who heads Nest.
As many might have heard, Google has decided to go back to the drawing board with Google Glass, with Nest’s Tony Fadell taking charge of the project this time round. It is unclear as to when we might see or learn more about this new Google Glass initiative, but a report from Business Insider might have shed some light on it. Show More Summary
Google Inc.’s troubled Glass connected eyewear project is getting a new name, Project Aura, and new hires from Amazon.com Inc.
Pronk Still Life with Holbein Bowl, Nautilus Cup, Glass Goblet and Fruit Dish, Willem Kalf Link is to zoomable version on Google Art Project, downloadable high-res file on Wikimedia Commons; original is in the Statens Museum for Kunst, National Gallery of Denmark, which also has a high-res downloadable file. “Pronk” still life means “splendid”, or […]
Google is always working on advanced projects in its Google X lab — the birthplace of its self-driving cars, Google Glass, and a number of other technological advances. One such project is set to change the way we generate clean energy, thanks to a fleet of airborne wind turbines that fly like kites. Show More Summary
These phones are going to look so great while you’re wearing your Google Glasses. ?
Google Glass wasn’t a project that the search giant ditched, although it sure sounded like it less than more than one year ago. Instead, the company put its consumer version on hold, instead choosing to focus on commercial applications. Google...Show More Summary
Google has admitted its beta Glass launch was a mistake, but that doesn’t mean the company is giving up on the project. Google has stopped selling Explorer versions earlier this year, putting former Apple iPod creator and Nest founder Tony Fadell in charge of the project. Show More Summary