CALIFORNIA - Using augmented reality, this app uses Google Glass technology to aid a blind or low vision person experience life differently. Using the Aira mobile app or wearable technology with just one tap of a button or a voice command,...Show More Summary
For every new piece of technology that gets developed, you can usually find people saying it will never be useful. The president of the Michigan Savings Bank in 1903, for example, said, “The horse is here to stay but the automobile is only a novelty—a fad.” It’s equally easy to find people raving about whichever […]
Set the table and pour yourself a glass. It’s time to talk about your top Thanksgiving recipes and questions according to Google Search. Though it might not be as subject to debate as some conversations you have at your family table, there’s plenty of variety when it comes to our national menus this holiday. Whet your appetite. Show More Summary
If you've been following Apple rumors for a while, chances are you're already bored of hearing about the Apple Glasses. Speculation that Apple is working on some kind of AR headset has been rampant ever since the first Google Glass ever...Show More Summary
Snap, Google and others prove that glasses and tech don't mix
It’s been a year since we first heard murmurs about Apple working on a Google Glass-like AR wearable; Bloomberg now reports that the company might be ready to show off the tech by 2019, and ship its own AR glasses by 2020. Apple is believed...Show More Summary
Back in the summer, when rumors of Apple working on augmented reality glasses gained momentum, I wrote an opinion piece addressing the question of whether the Cupertino company could succeed where Google failed. I ran through the six...Show More Summary
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Tim Cook may have recently poured cold water on rumors that Apple was on the verge of announcing its own version of Google Glass, but that isn’t stopping the supply chain from pushing the rumors forward. Nikkei reports that Apple casing supplier Catcher Technology may be developing lightweight frames for Apple AR glasses. more…
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When the company behind Snapchat introduced a set of video-capturing eyeglasses in the fall of 2016, tech observers lined up to argue that Snap’s Spectacles wouldn’t be Google Glass all over again. By making smart glasses cheaper, cooler, and a little less creepy, the argument went, Snap would have a better shot at mainstream success. Show More Summary
What are the best tempered glass screen protectors for the Pixel 2? The Google Pixel 2 is almost here, which means it's time to consider an essential accessory for protecting your screen. Tempered glass screen protectors are your best option for protecting your phone's screen from drop damage and general wear and tear. Show More Summary
The head of Google’s new visual search tool, which lets you find information using your phone’s camera, talks about what could be next.
Anxious for Apple to show Google how it's done with augmented reality glasses? We've got bad news for you: It's not happening soon. In an interview with Vogue on Wednesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed Apple currently doesn't see a way...Show More Summary
Augmented Reality is having a difficult time escaping into the real world, as another product suffers a fatal stumble. Bloomberg reports Intel has shuttered their recently purchased Recon brand of augmented reality glasses, which they purchased in 2015. Show More Summary
From the Zune and Google Glass to hoverboards and phones that catch fire, these are the worst gadget fails ever.
This might be a flashback to Google Glass. At an event in San Francisco this week, Google announced a new camera you can “clip” onto anything, called Clips. Say you want to take photos at a birthday party. Just attach the camera to the back of a chair and let the machine learning take over. […]
Google's most ridiculous thing is now in all your gadgets.
Smart glasses are a tough sell (just as Google). But at the Vanity Fair Establishment Summit Snap CEO Evan Spiegel revealed that the company has now sold “over 150,000 units” of its Spectacles glasses, reports TechCrunch. Spiegel reportedly seemed very pleased with that number, saying that at that volume, Spectacles have outsold the original iPod. Show More Summary
If you can afford to get some of the latest greatest tech for the legal nerd in your life, they'll probably want that more than anything else. Think Google Glass, a new Apple Watch, or other fancy recently released tech. But, if you're not looking to spend hundreds of......