Yesterday, Google’s annual I/O developer conference shed light on something we’re all too eager to lay hands on, the Google Glass Project and the apps that could come with it, early on. Among the first wave of major third-party Glas...
At Google's annual I/O developer conference Thursday, it announced the first big wave of third party Glass apps, dubbed Glassware.
Google’s ventures in the world beyond search have been hit-or-miss. Chrome? Love it. Google+? Eh, not so much. Google Wave? Seriously, remember waiting for an invite to Google Wave? Those things were going for like $70 a hit on eBay! Google Music pretty much died on the vine when it beta-launched in 2011, but the [...]
Pascal van der Haar designed the 'Google Swell' concept as a website that provides a simple and functional forecast for surfers.
Google has made waves with its tests of self-driving cars -- which some see as the future of transportation. Those are still a long way off, but automakers are getting closer and closer to that day. General Motors is one of those automakers. Show More Summary
Google is generating too many negative reviews from the first wave of Google Glass adopters, and its best course of action may be to nix the search giant's first foray into wearable computing before it becomes a more expensive and embarrassing flop. It's not this weekend's Saturday Night Live parody. Show More Summary
The first wave of reviews for Google's specs aren't very flattering.
The next wave of the Bing it On Challenge has arrived. Now Bing has taken their side-by-side comparison challenge out of Google's back yard and into the front lines of Kansas, where Google is bringing super-fast Internet to the mass...
After 19 months of working with our founder, Michael Arrington, on setting up CrunchFund, MG Siegler has moved on to a similar role at a firm that continues to make waves in the venture world, Google Ventures. In a post on his own blog...Show More Summary
It’s earlier days for Google Glass, but already the newest technology set to revolutise the world is making waves in the sports arena. A couple of straight-forward videos have hit the interweb in recent days showing how Google Glass is already being used in ice-hockey and basketball settings. Watch the first ever sports videos using Google Glass [...]
Google Glass is the next wave of wearable computing, and it isn't easy to come by. Only a few hundred people have been selected by Google to purchase the product early. The product currently retails for about $1,500. But those individuals say picking up their pair of glasses was nearly as cool as trying on the device for the first time. Show More Summary
A new study made waves last week when it announced that it could, in a sense, predict which way the Dow Jones Industrial Average (INDEXDJX:.DJI) would go by analyzing Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) search terms. The Warwick Business School in England and Boston University’s department of physics’ study, published in Nature‘s Scientific Reports, showed that investing in [...]
A new study made waves last week when it announced that it could, in a sense, predict which way the Dow Jones Industrials would go by analyzing Google search terms. The Warwick Business School in England and Boston University's department...Show More Summary
News summarization app Wavii has been acquired by Google, following rumors of a deal worth over $30 million earlier this week. The company updated its website today with a note... Keep reading ?
A new project by Teehan+Lax, the Toronto-based design firm that helped created Ev Williams' Medium publishing platform, builds on its previous work with Hyperlapse to provide a way to navigate Google Street View with just a wave of your hand. Show More Summary
Right now Google Glass is being shipped in waves to Glass Explorers, who by the way, are not allowed to sell their units. Explorers who are using Google Glass tend to reveal new information, such as the fact that users might be able to take photos using Google Glass by simply winking. Show More Summary
How are you celebrating Earth Day? If you're one of 10,000 Leap Motion devs with an early unit, you could very well be exploring Mount Everest or venturing through the Amazon, just by waving your hands. Google's Earth app, which hasShow More Summary
While we have word that the Google Glass Explorer Edition has started to ship in waves, there is also a downside to developers who have managed to get hold of their Google Glass Explorer Edition – sell it to someone else, and Google will brick your Google Glass. Show More Summary
The Gillmor Gang — Robert Scoble, Kevin Marks, John Taschek, and Steve Gillmor — pictured themselves in a boat on a river, as the first wave of Google Glass hit the network, aka Scoble's forehead. @scobleizer promises to never take off this thing, and even the hyperbole doesn't refute the central notion. Show More Summary
Google announced its Google Glass Explorer Editions were beginning to ship in waves to their respective buyers, but what exactly will $1,500 get these selected pioneers? We recently saw an infographic from artist Martin Missfeldt who...Show More Summary