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.
Well-known live broadcasting platform Livestream has now launched its own Glass app, making it easy to create professional live event broadcasts using Google Glass.
In a new Google+ post, Google attempts to set the record straight on some of the most common ‘myths’ related to Google Glass and Glass explorers.
You may not have heard of Lumus, but they are on track to teach Google a thing or two in the eyeglass department of modern wearables. If you are an F16 fighter pilot, you probably already know Lumus for the really cool see-through heads-up display attached to your flight helmet. The rest of us get to learn about Lumus, and hope their OEM efforts are successful, as they show off a pair of concept consumer level smart glasses.
As it starts to add more people to the Explorer program, Google put out an etiquette guide for Glass users so they don’t turn into Glassholes. Read on for more!
A security vulnerability in Android which allows attackers to execute arbitrary code (i.e. their own code) has been tested on Google Glass and found present.
With Google Glass now supporting prescription lenses, it only stands to reason that insurance companies will have to be involved in the process for some users, and so far one company is stepping up.
Samsung is reportedly developing smart eyewear, with a target launch at the IFA Berlin show in September. The smart eyewear is tentatively dubbed Galaxy Glass, an anonymous official said, and Samsung is aiming for a release at IFA 2014 at the earliest.
Google’s latest moonshot is a smart contact lens that diabetics can use to monitor their blood sugar levels.
Wearables are the theme of CES this year, and Innovega may have one of the most interesting wearables with a Google Glass competitor that uses contact lenses for a more immersive augmented reality. Read on for more info!