The Visual Search App For Glass ‘CamFind’ Finally Available To Download

Over the last week, there has been a lot of talk about Google Glass, its apparent demise and it’s rising again from the ashes. In short, the headline was ‘Glass has Graduated’. Not much actually changed from the end-user perspective in this respect, but in terms of Glass’s own story, one chapter had closed and […]

Nest CEO Tony Fadell Reportedly Wants To Completely Redesign Google Glass

By now you may already know that Google Glass has graduated out of the Google X labs and moved into its own division recently, which is part of the move that ended the explorer program after two years of public testing and development to get the project off the ground. Nest’s CEO Tony Fadell will […]

Facebook Messenger Comes To Google Glass As ‘Fessenger’ App

You may not be able to buy yourself a pair of the Google Glass explorer edition specs anymore, but that doesn’t mean development has stopped for the units that are already out there and still connected. A new Glassware application has surfaced for the head worn wearables today called Fessenger, which is essentially Facebook Messenger […]

Google Says that Google Glass is Changing its Direction Towards Enterprise Use

Just like many other companies, it is that time of year for Google to giving out its earnings call.  Google had some impressive numbers, as usual, but one area they discussed in detail was their Google Glass project.  Google, while not abandoning the project – even though they canceled the Explorer Program – was going […]

Google’s CFO Says Google Glass Needed To Reset Their Strategy

Google Glass is no doubt an awesome product for the potential that it offers, and there are still plenty of supporters for the wearable tech and we can’t wait to see what Google has planned for it next. That isn’t to say that Google Glass didn’t have its fair share of hurdles or speed bumps. […]

Google Will Be Ending The Google Glass Explorer Program On January 19th

Google’s Glass Explorers program began two and a half years ago(technically)when they introduced the wearable glasses at Google I/O back in June of 2012. It has been a long run with the augmented reality specs and what a ride it has been to see and share all the different experiences people have captured with Google […]

Every Little Helps As Tesco Launch Their Google Glass App

Every little helps…If you live in the UK then this will sound more familiar than if you live elsewhere. That is because, this has for just about forever been Tesco’s slogan. For those that are unfamiliar with Tesco, it is relatively safe to say that they are the UK’s biggest supermarket. Asda has come a […]

Google Glass Isn’t Dead, It’s A Prototype

What do you get if you combine a dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage and a 2,100mAh battery? Throw in a number of sensors, a touchpad and a 5MP camera, mount the components onto a head-frame and you are somewhere close to Google Glass, but you’ll need a sprinkling of magic fairy dust, […]

Google Glass Will Take A Trip To The International Space Station Next Week

Google’s Glass project has come a long way these past two years with software upgrades and new uses found by companies that see fit for the device. After being on earth for so long, Google Glass will soon go beyond the earth’s atmosphere as soon as next week. In partnership with Kentucky Space LLC, the […]

Google Appears To Have Filed A New Patent Design For Google Glass

Google Glass captivated the tech world during its unveiling at the Google I/O developers conference back in the summer of 2012, and even though it remains a high priced developer focused item Google Glass is still chugging along with it having found many uses ranging from personal to professional and even educational. Even with all […]

Intel’s Push Into Wearables Could See It Powering Google Glass in 2015

Intel have been making all the right noises from the wearable technology side of the business. We’ve seen the fetching but not-available-in-my-size Synapse smartdress and recently the MICA smartbracelet launched. Intel have a subtly different approach to their wearable technology compared with many other businesses in that they enter a partnership with the hardware designer. […]

BMW Uses Google Glass On Company’s Vehicle Production Lines

Google Glass has been launched back in April 2013, though these smartglasses were only available to so-called “Glass Explorers” for a long time. This was basically a closed beta product until May 15, 2014 when Google decided to make this smartglasses available to consumers, though the price tag stayed the same, $1,500, which is a […]

HUD for Glass is a Pilot’s New Best Friend

Google has been working on company’s Glass project for more than a few years – during that time, people in the know realize Glass’ tremendous potential… in fact, it has gone way beyond pure potential. Firefighters, the police, schools, pipeline workers, emergency responders, and hospitals are all using them, specific ones though, but still. By […]

Google Glass Might be Two Years Old But Its Still Ahead Of Its Time

It seems incredible to me that Google Glass is two years old. That we’ve had the technology for two whole years and whilst there’s been press about the project, it’s become another of Google’s wacky projects that is something of an also-ran. Except, no it isn’t as I’ll come on to write about. But first, […]

Google Glass Commercial Launch Set For 2015

Google Glass was the first project to emerge from Google’s Project X doors some two years ago. Glass is a wearable headset designed to project information in front of the right eye using an augmented reality style interface. The hardware consists of a dual core Texas Instruments OMAP 4430 processor (the same processor that was […]