Philadelphia ends HitchBOT, Google Glass makes return, Nokia sells HERE, Nvidia recalls Shield tablets, the GTA V RPG mod, and Zoolander 2 emerges from the Big Bang. HitchBOT Is No More HitchBOT, the cute, dustbin-shaped robot who loves hitchhiking, is no more. Show More Summary
Google Glass: is anyone still talking about it? Does anyone even remember Google Glass? The device was all the rage in 2012, when Google made a small number of Google Glass headsets available exclusively to developers, for the not-insignificant price of $1500 per pair, as originally reported by the Inquisitr. Show More Summary
Remember how useless Google Glass seemed when the search giant launched the geeky and invasive product? Turns out, some workplaces actually think they’re useful. And now, Google is now distributing a new version of Glass to select businesses. More »
Google Glass wasn’t a project that the search giant ditched, although it sure sounded like it less than more than one year ago. Instead, the company put its consumer version on hold, instead choosing to focus on commercial applications. Google...Show More Summary
Rumors of the demise of Google Glass have been greatly exaggerated. The augmented reality wearable computer was a flop on arrival, failing to ignite the consumer market. But it’s finding a new home in workplace settings—which is maybe where it should have been in the first place. Show More Summary
It’s probably unfair to say that Google Glass flo […]
Google has admitted its beta Glass launch was a mistake, but that doesn’t mean the company is giving up on the project. Google has stopped selling Explorer versions earlier this year, putting former Apple iPod creator and Nest founder Tony Fadell in charge of the project. Show More Summary
Google Glass is still in development, and a new retail version will eventually launch, but for now Google is taking a different approach. According to this report, the company has been prepping a new model of Google Glass exclusively for workplaces and businesses, not meant for public use. The new model comes with a bigger battery that’s [...]
Strictly for businesses, may be available for the public next year Trending google glass
New Glass aimed at businesses in industries such as healthcare, manufacturing and energy.
As I reread the Act Ants story -- this was a favorite case study for Google Glass advocates back in the day -- I am wondering about the new specs, improved though they are.
Smartglasses in possibly useful situation shocker Google is reportedly developing a revision of its infamous Glass product for use in the workplace.…
Google Glass is back, but this time around it will be offered exclusively to workplaces such as hospitals and factories. The post The New Google Glass Is Just for the Workplace appeared first on WIRED.
Google Glass is back and being aimed at businesses.
According to a new report from The Wall Street Journal, Google is quietly pitching the new Google Glass headset exclusively to businesses.
Don't call it a Google Glass comeback... yet. Google has been quietly delivering its new generation of Glass to a variety of businesses, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. The new enterprise Glass differs from the first...Show More Summary
Glass is back with a brand new mission
Google may soon offer a new version of its Google Glass wearable later this fall. A new report says that the company will keep the hype down on this release, as it plans to offer it to businesses working in healthcare, manufacturing, and energy.
The search giant has made tweaks to its smart eyewear as it pitches the device to the enterprise. One change: Workers will be able to attach the device to an existing pair of glasses.