Thanks to an Indian innovator from Kochi, you may now be able to experience the magic of Google Glass for just Rs 4500. Arvind Sanjeev, 23, has created a replica of the augmented reality goggles Google Glass, which has a selling price of $1500 in USA. Show More Summary
Google didn't design its Glass wearable for medicine, but that use continues to be a hot topic of conversation among medical technologists and the investors who love them.
A new version of the MyGlass app lets Google Glass users access their favorite contacts instantly and all others with only a little effort.
Back in March, Google announced that it would be working with the eyewear company Luxottica Group to bring designs from Ray-Ban, Oakley, and other designers to Google Glass. Since then, the partnership has reportedly led to tension for Luxottica management, according to CNBC reports, citing Italian media. Show More Summary
Some of Google's rapid-fire Glass updates have been more useful than others, but its latest is something you're likely to appreciate -- especially if you're a socialite. The wearable's 20.1 upgrade gives you a much better contact system (shown below)...
Google has updated its Glass software, letting you access all of your phone's contacts (as opposed to only 10) on Glass The top 20 contacts are now available by voice, while the rest can be accessed by swiping See also: The Comparative Anatomy of the Xbox One vs. Show More Summary
Google has come up with a way to make Google Glass (a little) more socially acceptable — by tucking the guts inside to hide the obvious parts out of view. More »
Pictures from a patent granted on August 12th show that Google glass may one day look more like ordinary glasses. That patent, detailing a possible new Google Glass design, was granted toto Google and inventors Mitchell Heinrich and Eliot Kim. Show More Summary
With the latest firmware update to Google Glass, staying in touch with your favorite contacts just got a bit easier. Now, tapping on a contact will easily give you options to start a Google Hangouts session, send them an email, or message them through SMS.
Google has announced a new update to its Google Glass firmware that will provide access to all your phone contacts on the headset. Your top 20 contacts will be available by voice command, and you’ll have to swipe to get to the rest. Earlier versions of the software only allowed you to store up to 10 contacts via Glass. Show More Summary
Google Glass is far from being a ready-for-primetime commercial product, and the wearable device may undergo several changes before it’s sold in stores. In fact, it appears Google is trying to make Google Glass look less like it currently...Show More Summary
Healthcare might be the first major industry to benefit from Google Glass-based tech.
Right now Google Glass doesn't really look anything like a regular pair of eyeglasses, but that could all change in the future. The company was recently granted a patent for a new design that's much sleeker than the current model and resembles a standard pair of glasses. Show More Summary
After years of ridicule and ‘glasshole’ comments, it looks like Google is making an effort to ensure its Glass wearable looks a little more subtle and a little less ridiculous in the future by packing its all important tech within the device itself. Show More Summary
Google has come up with a way to make Google Glass (a little) more socially acceptable —by tucking the guts inside to hide the obvious parts out of view. Read more...
The Launchpad is a series that introduces Mashable readers to compelling startups. If you would like to have your startup considered for inclusion, please see the details here. Name: Remedy One-Liner Pitch: Remedy is a Google Glass application...Show More Summary
Thalmic Labs has added support for smartglasses to its Myo gesture control armband. Supported headsets include Google Glass, Recon Jet and Epson Moverio. While wearing a heads-up display and an armband might seem inconvenient, the integration is intended for workplace environments like construction, healthcare, bike messengers and field service. Show More Summary