Meta, an augmented reality glasses company born around the same time as Google Glass, is getting ready to show off the next-gen version of their AR headset. The company published a video to YouTube on Wednesday which features a handful of tech influencers lauding their “futuristic” experiences with demos of the yet-to-be-publicly-revealed device. Read More
Forget Google Glass. Contact lenses could be used to browse the web and even monitor your health in the future. Scientists have a proof of concept of a conductive polymer film coating that can transform contact lenses into little computers,...Show More Summary
A Google engineer has found inspiration for his latest invention in an unlikely place: Arnold Schwarzenegger. Max Braun, a prototyper at Google who has previously worked on the firm’s Google Glass smartglasses, decided to build himself...Show More Summary
Isaac Taylor -- who had a heavy hand in Google Glass before it quietly fell off the face of the planet -- seems to have filled a spot at Google's brand new VR division. His task? Working with Google's Project Tango and VR teams on "Cardboard++."
For years now, we’ve though of Augmented Reality in the context of our vision — Google Glass started the trend, and the Microsoft HoloLens enforced it. But the folks at Doppler Labs believe the future of augmented reality starts with the ears. It’s Here. The Doppler Labs Here buds, live in-ear audio tuners that let you tune and tweak your own hearing experience, have… Read More
Declaring the end of things is a fun sport. I’ve dabbled in it myself. Generally I try to confine my obituaries to things that are actually ending, like the telegraph or Google Glass. But occasionally I get carried away and predict the demise of things that still have some life left. Show More Summary
Google Glass is officially, officially dead. Maybe. All of the social accounts for Google Glass have been erased. What does this mean? We also talk about the rumors for this year's major flagship devices: HTC One M10, Samsung Galaxy S7, LG G5, and the iPhone 7.
So far, the Great Wearables Revolution is taking its sweet time. Google Glass, which sent the nation’s hype machine into overdrive, was such a flop that Google pulled it off the market. Regular analog watches are great because they look great, they’re often waterproof, and you don’t have to charge them every day. Show More Summary
The official Google Glass Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook social accounts have all been removed, a move that feels more like an effort to sweep Glass under the rug than anything else.
Google is known to be working on a new smart specs project, but it looks like it won't bear the Glass moniker.
When Google announced that they would be ending the first-gen Glass wearable, they were also quick to announce that a new one would be in the works. However recently Google has made some changes that has us questioning the future of the project, namely when they started closing all social media accounts that are related to the project. Show More Summary
The Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts for Google’s wearable glass headset are no longer active. ||| New York - Four years after unveiling its wearable glass headset, Alphabet’s Google shut down several social media accounts linked to the Glass gadget, ending its push to popularise the pricey eyeglasses with consumers. Show More Summary
Follows FCC filing for new, similar wearable device in December.
Four years after unveiling its wearable glass headset, Alphabet Inc’s Google shut down several social media accounts linked to the Glass gadget, ending its push to popularize the pricey eyeglasses with consumers.
With Google Glass gone, the concept that we will all one day have cyborg-like heads-up displays in our eyeballs has taken a hit. However, there is still hope in the form of a man calling himself the, ahem, Eyeborg. He lost his vision...Show More Summary
It was a good run, Google Glass. An early wearable technology sensation, you were on nerdy heads everywhere and had even managed to invade less geeked-out spaces like fashion runways, TV shows and even movie premieres. See also: Google: Here's what we did wrong with Google Glass But that was a long time and many memes ago. Show More Summary
Google Glass is dead, and the company is doing everything it can to make the world forget it ever sold the wearable experiment. It wasn’t a complete disaster, though. The product had occasional moments of brilliance, like this Lego Assistant app that walks users through building a complex model, without the need for a manual. Read more...
When Google Glass was first announced, it seemed crazy ambitious. We love cameras, so why wouldn’t we be excited about the prospect of having one strapped to our faces at literally all times? But, the road for Google Glass was a complicated...Show More Summary
Google Glass is dead to us all. Over the weekend, Google gently culled its social media presence, instead directing the few remaining users to seek help in support forums. The reason for the pullback is Google’s ongoing work with Glass as an enterprise solution. Show More Summary