Google Glass explorers are not very popular in some circles, and the legal repercussions of wearing Google Glass are mounting, as laws are lagging behind the popularity of the wearable technology. Driving While Wearing Glass We first saw the legal confusion surrounding Google Glass last November when Google Glass Explorer......
Five international teams are moving forward from a field of 33 proposals with the goal of performing a robotic landing on the moon, followed by a short drive and high-quality video mooncast, all as part of the Google Lunar XPrize competition...Show More Summary
Google Maps is fast evolving – It is no more just a destination to find a location or to know driving directions. It has moved far beyond that. Google maps is slowly becoming a comprehensive go to destination for any thing and everything relating to an unknown place, be it local businesses information, Tourist attractions,...
If there’s one thing that’s even stupider than people who drive while watching videos on Google Glass, it’s people who drive while watching videos on their smartphones. However, Samsung has apparently come up with a way to make sure you can still at least use your Galaxy S5 in the car without risking a major crash. Show More Summary
A local State Senator is already pushing a ban on wearing Google Glasses while driving. [ more › ]
Driving while using your phone, whether it be to answer calls, reply text messages, or even check on Google Maps is not a bad idea as it essentially takes your attention off the road which could lead to an accident. Sure there are handsfree...Show More Summary
Last November, we posted about one of the first driving incidents related to Google Glass, when Google Glass Explorer Cecilia Abadie was pulled over for wearing Glass. While she received a citation for driving a car with a video screen in front of her, under California V C section 27602......
There is an abundance of file sharing services on the Internet these days. From popular solutions like OneDrive, Dropbox or Google Drive that are backed by massive companies to specialized solutions such as Mega or Mediafire. If youShow More Summary
Some say they are a hazard and worse than texting. But there might be some real benefits down the road.
Following Microsoft's recent relaunch of SkyDrive as OneDrive, there is a little more parity and competition at the top of the cloud storage market. How do the options stack up against each other though? This article provides a comparison...Show More Summary
Google Maps (left) and Apple Maps (right) on smartphones. (Credit: Screenshot by Jason Parker/CNET) Chatting on the phone and texting while driving is illegal in California, but the law seems to still be catching up with technology when it comes to other aspects of smartphone use while on the road. Show More Summary
Driving while using Google Maps – right or wrong? While technically you aren’t texting or aren’t calling someone, safe to say that you are distracted especially if you were to pick up your phone and examined the maps closer. In fact it wasn’t too long ago that there were several states that proposed the ban of Google Glass while on the road. Show More Summary
Good news, Californians. You can now, once again, use Google Maps on your phone while driving. That is, legally. Until this court ruling, map use was in a shady legal gray area. This comes two years after a Fresno, Calif., man was ticketed for looking at a map on his iPhone while stuck in construction. Show More Summary
"Don't be a glasshole".
You know what really perplexes me? The willingness of people to just give away their money for no reason. Especially, when those people are fiscally responsible, like paid search marketers focused on driving ROI. There is a terrible misconception about what success looks like for ppc managers and Google is cashing in on our blissful […]
Cat videos have much to do with many of our ills, and they've come up again in discussions various states are having about whether to preemptively ban Google Glass while driving. It was August 2013 when news reports began delving into potential bans and penalties in the US and UK for using Google Glass while driving. Show More Summary
We've talked for years about how while distracted driving laws may be well-intentioned, they often present a new variety of problems. Requiring that touch screens are locked while the car is in motion, for example, ignores the fact that other people might be in the passenger seat and interested in using the technology. Show More Summary
Google Glass is able to help drivers with everything from the car-buying process to enhancing the driving experience. Helpful auto shopping resources, like Drivetime or Kelly Blue Book, suddenly become keyboard and mouse-free with Google Glass. Show More Summary
Lobbyists sent to at least three states to argue against distracted-driving legislation.