In Insert Coin, we look at an exciting new tech project that requires funding before it can hit production. If you'd like to pitch a project, please send us a tip with "Insert Coin" as the subject line. Now that Google Glass and Oculus...Show More Summary
Yesterday, Google’s annual I/O developer conference shed light on something we’re all too eager to lay hands on, the Google Glass Project and the apps that could come with it, early on. Among the first wave of major third-party Glas...
Over the past couple of days, much has been talked about and said about Google Glass, including receiving its first ever facial recognition application. Well, Google Glass project leader and Google co-founder Sergey Brin was “caught” in the lobby at [...] Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
Google has eight questions about Project Glass it needs to answer by June 14.
The buzz behind aumented reality seems to have died down somewhat but with Google's Project Glass looming in the distance, the technology is bound to see a resurgence in popularity. How this will relate to gaming remains to be seen, but there are already a large variety of AR games to choose from regardless of your mobile OS. Show More Summary
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Developers at eBay Inc are working on potential applications for Google Inc's Glass project, opening up the possibility that shopping and broader commercial activities might be conducted through the wearable technology.
In one of the more popular Google I/O sessions of Day 2, two members of the Google [x] team behind Project Glass explained how to enable root access on your expensive eyewear — a step that will also void your warranty, just like it does...Show More Summary
Google held a session today hosted by Timothy Jordan, developer advocate on Project Glass on how to develop for the gadget, and while most of it focused on what developers can do right now with the available documentation and MirrorShow More Summary
Wearing Google Glass might make you look weird but it's certainly a lot better than any of the prototypes that Google first tried out. Google Project Glass Staff Hardware Engineer Jean Wang showed off a slide revealing the earliest prototypes of Glass and they're a lot bulkier with open ribbons, chips, gigantic cameras and more. Show More Summary
As a part of the 7 Techmakers and a Microphone panel tonight at Google I/O, Project Glass Staff Hardware Engineer Jean Wang dropped in this slide reflecting on the process of developing the headset. We've seen pictures of a few early...Show More Summary
While the Google Glass project has been occupying prime real estate in our thoughts off-late, we’ve just heard a buzz about yet another innovation to be unveiled by the makers of the jolly good Android! As per recent reports, the ….
Google kicks off its I/O developer conference next Wednesday and if there's one thing that could steal the limelight from Android, Chrome and all the other Google projects, it's Glass. Glass is a head-mounted computer worn like regular...Show More Summary
Despite its obvious geek appeal, will Google Glass ever find mainstream adoption? Is the eyewear project the next great thing in technology as many early adopters proclaim, or is it yet one more niche gadget heading for the technology bargain bin, released before its time? At this stage of the game, it could really go [...]
Humans are foaming at the mouth over Google Glass. The tiny projection screen, voice commands and user-friendly experience could very well be the technology of the future. But what about dogs? Could our four-legged friends benefit from...Show More Summary
To recap, Google Glass is a pair of augmented reality eyewear due out later this year. It projects images onto the lenses and syncs up with your Android mobile device to access the web but also operates independently. On the list ofShow More Summary
Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) is getting quite a bit of buzz in the tech world, and especially among developers, with its Glass project, which is one of the more public device beta tests known to man – no thanks to Sergey Brin, of course. Recently, Google sent Google Glass to developers to get them started on [...]
If you thought Google Glass was a major potential distraction before, just wait until Glass users start spending hours getting cute cat pictures projected onto their eyeballs. Developer Malcolm Nguyen has created his own homemade Reddit app for Google Glass that includes the top 25 posts from your own Reddit front page and refreshes every hour. Show More Summary
. In a conversation with a Google employee who is working on the Glass project, Frederic Lardinois was informed that they are adding more-complete iPhone compatibility to Glass “very soon”: Glass, the Google employee told me, will soon be able to handle these features independent of the device the user has paired it to (and [...]
New Project Glass YouTube channel starts up with an intro video for us all to enjoy, and wonder at Despite being a long time out from the general consumer release of Project Glass, it's hard to deny that it's the hot ticket right now. Show More Summary
It stands to reason that a nerd like me would love Google Glass. The wearable technology has it all: A tiny screen projection that hovers in front of your face, voice commands and instant response to your most critical desires. Plus, it makes you look a little bit like you’ve joined the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Show More Summary