Looking at the earlier versions of Android its great to see the evolution of the mobile operating system over the years. Just as the iPhone was the next big thing to mobile phones, Google Glass is the next big thing ….
Google has its hands in a lot of jars. It’s juggling Android, ChromeOS, maps, Gmail, Glass and self-driving cars. But the real secret goods are (presumably) hidden deep inside the secret “Google [x]” lab, and Bloomberg got an awful close — but not quite uncensored — peek. More »
Regular readers of this blog know that I don’t always agree with Dr. Jason Glass, Director of the Iowa Department of Education. But I’m going to be one of the first to say how sorry I am that he’s leaving Iowa for his new position as Superintendent of the Eagle County (CO) Schools. I have [...]
A Craigslist ad is perhaps not the most subtle of ways to go about doing things, and that includes selling your Google Glass. A photo from the Craigslist ad. Those sure look like Google Glass... (Credit: Craigslist) One Craigslister,...Show More Summary
This wearable tech revolution that we hear so much about keeps getting delayed. First it was Google Glass, which was once expected late this year but is now more likely in early 2014. Now the well-leaked Apple smartwatch (dubbed “iWatch” by the press) might end up being another 2014 release. Show More Summary
In what seems to be a response directed at rumors saying upcoming smartphones, including Apple's iPhone, will switch from Gorilla Glass to sapphire as a cover material, Corning put its latest generation product to the test in a bid to show the material is comparatively superior.
Google has been battered by consistent criticisms in recent weeks as the Internet search giant has allowed only select developers to test and tinker with its forthcoming Google Glass device. As media and social giants like Facebook and The New York Times launch their apps for Google’s mysterious face computer, a curious general pubic wants [...]
Fortune Feimster and I sit in the Green Room at The Comedy Zone in Charlotte before her standup show. As she sips a Jack and Ginger in a tall glass, I feel compelled to ask about a certain seven-year-old pageant queen: Honey Boo Boo...
By now, all the developers who signed up to receive Glass prototypes should have the headgear in hand, so Google's ready to move on to the next phase. Over the next few weeks, the company will begin sending invitations to successful #ifihadglass applicants. Show More Summary
In case you needed some proof that the rumors of Apple switching from Corning glass to sapphire crystal are unlikely, Corning has posted a video on its website showing how its current Gorilla Glass is superior to sapphire for mobile devices. Recently, speculation has arisen that manufactured sapphire crystal might become an alternative to Corning’s […]
Following Apple's adoption of sapphire crystal as a strong and durable covering for the rear cameras on the iPhone 5 and fifth-generation iPod touch late last year, rumors of expanded uses for the material have gained some traction.Show More Summary
Another clever Google Glass spoof. This one featuring our friend Mark Malkoff as he walks around New York tricking people into thinking a wearable '90s video game. Link: Via Mashable
Missed the opportunity to get your hands on Google's technofocals and become one of the first to have Google search shoved straight into your retina? (Or maybe you cheated?) Well, here's your second chance to chance to become a next-generation geek. A pair of Google Glass have popped up on Craigslist for the small price of $6,000. [ more › ]
Only a select few already have Google Glass in their hands... or, rather, on their faces. But if you are an early owner of Glass, you’re much better off with an Android phone, as an iPhone can do little more than route calls to the smartglasses. Show More Summary
While a lot of people are excited about the Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) Glass project, it would not be a major game changer from a financial point of view, at least for the short-term. Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) is an advertising company. According to its latest earnings report, the company gets 92.7% of its revenue from its core [...]
Google co-founder Sergey Brin is dedicating most of his time to self-driving cars, he tells Brad Stone of Bloomberg Businessweek. Brin had been working on Google Glass, but he says it's "basically done." So it's on to the next thing....Show More Summary
This is a gallery of tiny 'nanoflowers' grown on the surface of pennies and glass by engineers at Harvard University. They're not actually flowers though, they just look like them. In reality they're microscopic bits of carefully grown crystals. Show More Summary
In 1995, Tiger Electronics released a wearable video game system called the R-Zone that projected crappy beat 'em ups directly into kids' eyeballs. It was a flop — and obviously way ahead of its time. Fast forward to 2013, the year of Google Glass — our greatest shot at human/Internet singularity, and one of the creepiest technologies ever invented. Show More Summary
Google's got its hands in a lot of cooke jars. It's juggling Android, and ChromeOS, and maps, and Gmail, and Glass, and self-driving cars. But the real, secret goods are (presumably) hidden deep inside the secret "Google [x]" lab, and Bloomberg got an awful close—but not quite uncensored—peek. Read more...
Countless wearers of Google Glass stalked the halls of this year's Google I/O developer conference, but only a lucky few were sporting the prescription model, which makes room for lenses in a more conventional glasses frame. Among those...Show More Summary