The optical display device that is often the subject of ridicule has proven itself to be a very valuable asset to surgeons.
We all know that Google will be revamping their Glass technology. However it seems that despite there being a new Glass in the works, existing users of Glass are still finding a lot of use in the current version. The most recent story we heard is over in Poland where doctors, thanks to the help of Google Glass, managed to unblock a coronary artery. Show More Summary
Cardiologists have used Google Glass to unblock a coronary artery in a 49-year-old male. Three-dimensional reconstructions of the artery were loaded onto a custom application and displayed through the augmented reality headset during...Show More Summary
The Nexus 6P is Google’s latest and great Nexus handset to date, but it also seems to have been hit with a series of problems. For example just earlier this month, there were reports that the back camera glass of the handset was spontaneously breaking for some users. Show More Summary
Video This is Change Log — my semi-weekly observations and links on the intersection of tech, commerce, health, culture and markets. John Deere had sensors in its autonomous tractors way back in 2002, but at the time the infrastructure did not exist to make the data truly actionable. Now Deere is looking to the Internet of [...]
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Seems the Project Aura team (formerly Google Glass team) could be hard at work on introducing a new Glass variant next year, one that doesn't feature the trademark prism display. Find out more in our post.
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The two sets without screens – one of which is apparently aimed at sports enthusiasts – reportedly use bone conduction to transmit audio, just like the original Glass. This one is targeted at enterprises, with Project Aura reportedly looking to launch at least two of the three devices next year. Show More Summary
Project Aura, the division behind Google Glass, is working on three new wearables prototypes, one of which functions solely based on audio.
Google is reportedly developing a new wearable device that will be the successor to Google Glass, The Information reports. Jessica Lessin at The Information reports that Google's Project Aura team, which focuses on wearables, is working on a new device — and one of the models doesn't use a screen at all. Show More Summary
The team behind Google Glass is reported to be working on a successor to the occasionally controversial device, though it may not include the screen that made the original so distinctive. Read more...
As many of you guys know by now, Google is working on a redesigned Google Glass in which it will be completely redesigned from scratch. Unfortunately a specific release date has yet to be determined but it seems that we can expect at least more than one version. Show More Summary
Google Glass wasn’t exactly the breakout hit that Google wanted it to be, but that doesn’t mean the technology company is abandoning ship. According to reports, Google is working on a new effort codenamed Project Aura that will be a wearable, but just not based around Glass. The Information stated that there are three versions of […]
Last year we featured Captioning on Glass, an application that uses Google Glass and an Android device to translate speech to text in real time. Now a group of teenagers claim they can provide us with …
Google Glass kind of came and went, leaving one significant addition to the English language. Even Google itself used the term “glasshole” for people who used the product in a creepy way. We can’t decide if wearing an obviously homemade...Show More Summary
Tag Heuer today announced the Connected, a smartwatch based on Google's Android Wear platform. The Connected has a titanium body, 46mm sapphire glass display, and a range of straps available in seven different colors that draw from the design of the Tag Heuer Carrera analog watch. Show More Summary
The Google Nexus 6P may be one of the best flagships but it might not be resilient: some users are reporting that the camera glass can spontaneously crack.
Does the Nexus 6P have a problem with its glass cracking?