Almost two years after the Glass Explorer program first made Google’s head mounted computer available to enthusiasts and developers, Glass is “graduating” from the Google [X] labs to become a real commercial project.
One of the biggest obstacle continues to be movie theaters that resist shortening the window between theatrical and home release.
Sony will begin production on their new heads up display sometime within the year.
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.
Scoble’s opinion on Microsoft’s mobile platform is firm and sound: he believes the company should ditch Windows Phone all together.
The original project leader of Google Glass, and one of its founding fathers, has now left Google for Amazon.
Wouldn’t it be cool to control Google Glass or other wearable devices just by thinking of a command in your mind? An open-source app called MindRDR might just be the solution.
With Android Wear offering up contextual notifications in appealing form factors, is it too late for Google Glass to have an impact on the world of wearables?
As exciting as it was to see Android L in action, and hear about some of Google’s plans for TV and auto, there were plenty of other things on our wish list that got no keynote love.
In the midst of Google’s IO keynote, Runtastic has stepped in and announced they will support some of Google’s most innovative products and platforms.