I’ve always been a Crystal Castles fan, so I was thrilled to hear that Alice Glass had released a new single. (About a year ago, Glass announced she left Castles.) Then, I heard about the subject matter and intent of Glass’s single and I was, honestly, beyond the moon. When […] The post Alice Glass’s Moving New Single Helps Abuse Victims appeared first on EcoSalon.
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 [...]
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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.
Over the last 21 years I’ve had many encounters with the man who will now head the Afghan Taliban fighting the U.S.-backed government in Kabul. What lies behind his dark glasses?
[caption id="attachment_843" align="alignleft" width="199"] Image courtesy of Pixomar/FreeDigitalPhotos.net[/caption] I remember the day when, months after I was diagnosed with lupus, I could pick up a drinking glass without feeling pain in my fingers. Show More Summary
Smartglasses in possibly useful situation shocker Google is reportedly developing a revision of its infamous Glass product for use in the workplace.…
Circa 1905. "Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania." A good look at the street-rail infrastructure in place 110 years ago. 8x10 inch glass negative. View full size.
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.
A memorial for James Salter was held late Tuesday afternoon on the Upper East Side, at a Unitarian church with an abstract cross in the stained glass above the pulpit. The place was full—and hot. Folding chairs had been set up along the side aisles for the overflow. Show More Summary
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
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.
Google Glass has returned to keep looking like a really lame version of the future, according to reports. The company is rolling out a new, office-ready version of its augmented-reality wearable to businesses that aims to correct some of the problems of the earlier model. The new hardware features a smaller form factor, prolonged battery […]
Even though National Lipstick Day was YESTERDAY, we are still totally excited about Miley Cyrus' latest Viva Glam shade! The singer posted a photo of the ad as well as of the lipstick and lip glass on her Instagram, and wrote: "Help to end AIDS with my new @MACcosmetics #VIVAGLAM lipstick ???? available online in North America [...]
It’s safe to say that as a consumer product, Google Glass wasn’t quite ready for masses. That’s not to say it didn’t excel in some fields, the business sector for example (healthcare, manufacturing, and energy) where Glass was the perfect fit for busy folks on-the-go.
The on-demand startups, which are a subset of the overall Collaborative Economy, have been under scrutiny on worker treatment. They’re under the magnifying glass more than ever. This new industry, which gave birth in the 2008 recession, provided rise to the “gig” worker, or independent contractors. These part-time workers were offering their idle time, working multiple [...]
According to sources of the Wall Street Journal, a new version of Google Glass is already out in the wild, soon-to-be worn by select professionals in the fields of healthcare, manufacturing, and energy. This new version will not be made...Show More Summary
Tree-flavored soda is a thing. According to Canadian-turned-Kentuckian Alex Luken, spruce beer soda tastes like a Christmas tree in a glass. As a child growing up in Montreal, Luken recalls special trips her grandfather would make out to the suburbs to buy bottles of the tree-flavored drink whenever she visited. Show More Summary