Google Glass has seen a number of developments in recent weeks with the most significant being a wider launch of the Enterprise Edition. Meanwhile, the Explorer Editions and the Android companion app received their first updates in nearly three years. Over the weekend, Google has gone ahead and updated the iOS version of MyGlass with 64-bit support. more…
Google Glass is back from the dead. And with a much more advantageous ambition. Project lead Jay Kothari on Tuesday announced the new Glass Enterprise Edition, available now to businesses—not tech enthusiasts. “Workers […] The post Google Glass Reborn: Enterprise Edition Now Available appeared first on Geek.com.
After two years in hiding, the Google Glass Program resurfaced as Glass Enterprise Edition. Industrial and enterprise customers can now apply for access to Glass hardware and custom software packages to suit the needs of their businesses.
Alphabet has been working on Glass Enterprise Edition for over two years. Google Glass failed to pick up momentum as a consumer product, but the wearable is getting a new lease on life in the enterprise segment. Alphabet's X, which oversees...Show More Summary
Google Glass is back, but this time the much-hyped, yet oft-ridiculed eyewear isn’t leaving the workplace. On Tuesday, Google announced the launch of Glass Enterprise Edition, a second version of the augmented reality gadget intended for use in warehouses, hospitals and factories — where Glass...
It appears rumours of the demise of Google’s Augmented Reality headset, Google Glass, has been false, as the company has resurrected the device as Google Glass Enterprise Edition, targetted at companies who want to make their workers more productive. Show More Summary
Google Glass Explorer Edition was a wearable that functioned as a smart heads-up display and a camera, and a few years ago it was raking in the attention for a variety of reasons. But one question back then was always looming: Would it last? We know the answer to that now, because the [...]
Google parent company Alphabet has announced a new version of the company's infamous wearable: Google Glass Enterprise Edition.
Google Glass Enterprise Edition gets the company into industry-specific use cases and relies on partners. The approach can work in a nascent field.
Google Glass is back. Google’s “moonshot” branch, Alphabet X, has recently unveiled a new variation of the wearable, known as Glass Enterprise Edition, designed for businesses so that their employees can ultimately do their jobs better. Back in 2015, Google shut down its Google Glass site, although the company insisted “the journey doesn’t end here.” […]
Google Glass Enterprise Edition is more powerful than the failed consumer version and is meant to help workers complete step-by-step tasks.
Reports of the death of Google Glass have been greatly exaggerated. Google launched the Google Glass Enterprise Edition (or Google Glass EE) on Tuesday, officially rebooting the wearable as a workplace tool, with Backchannel's Steven...Show More Summary
After 3 years of being dormant, Google Glass has re-emerged with a new version called the Google Glass Enterprise Edition, which is geared towards businesses.
Google Glass arguably always only made sense as an enterprise-focused product, but now it’s officially back and customized for those applications, with Google Glass Enterprise Edition (EE). The wearable head-mounted display has longShow More Summary
We’ve seen enough of the still unofficial “ Google Glass Enterprise Edition” to know it’s a real thing. Today, the updated model aimed at the business sector has popped up on eBay, where bidding has already hit $8,700 with 4 days left to go before auction ends.
Assuming things are still moving along nicely, Google is still working on their next-generation Google Glass. A report from last year indicated that at least one version of the Google Glass is said to be called the Enterprise Edition, which as its name suggests would be more for enterprise use versus commercial. Show More Summary
Technically Incorrect: A pawnbroker is selling something he claims is a genuine Google Glass and it looks like the rumored Enterprise Edition. Can this be?
Great Glasses! A prototype of Google's unreleased Glass Enterprise Edition has found its way to a pawn shop, and is now being auctioned on eBay. Let's look!
You won't have to wait for Google to reveal the next generation of Glass (aka Project Aura) -- regulators just stepped in on its behalf. A newly published FCC filing shows the previously rumored Enterprise Edition headset, and it's clearly a big improvement over the Explorer model from years earlier. Show More Summary
Google just can't seem to quit you, Google Glass. And now it seems Google has created a second-generation device called "Google Glass: Enterprise Edition" that smartly targets the enterprise market and not the consumer market, as new photos contained in an FCC filing posted over 9to5Google reveal. Show More Summary