The Wall Street Journal reports that Intel is going to power the next Google Glass with its silicon, and the product will be aimed at businesses.
In a huge step forward for Google’s Glass, starting today, as an open beta, anyone in the US can purchase Glass Explorer Edition, as long as Google has them in stock.
Today only, Google Glass is available to any U.S. based consumer interested in buying it for $1500. Should you make the purchase?
On April 15th, Google will offer Glass on sale to any U.S. consumer for $1500, will its limited supplies last. The price will include shades or prescription glasses, for those interested.
Google’s begun a broader, referral-based rollout of Glass, but you have to be friends with a Google Glass Explorer to take advantage.
Brandyn White and Andrew Miller have demoed a Mirror API version of their augmented reality project known as “OpenGlass,” an open-source library for Google Glass.
Google Glass Explorers are getting a package with a mysterious content via UPS. The contents is yet unknown.
Google released the Mirror API for Glass today, giving developers a head start for getting their apps up and running on Glass. We won’t see much yet, as Google has asked Developers to release their software via an official Glass distribution site not yet open to the public.
Google is hiring up to 40 “advisors” to help people over the phone, or at events, who will soon receive the next-generation eyewear.
The Google Glass Explorer Program has come to an end after thousands of winners have been chosen.