Now you can share your videos recorded with Google Glass directly to YouTube without the use of a computer. Read on to find out how!
Google is hiring up to 40 “advisors” to help people over the phone, or at events, who will soon receive the next-generation eyewear.
If you attended Google I/O 2012 and happened to hand over $1,500 promising that you’d buy Glass, you’ll be happy to know your time is about to finally arrive.
Developer Advocate Timothy Jordan did a presentation on Project Glass and its Mirror API at SXSW, and now Google has posted it to YouTube!
The Google Glass Explorer Program has come to an end after thousands of winners have been chosen.
The Project Glass team took to Google+ to reassure us that there will be a prescription-ready Glass prototype by the end of 2013. Are you looking forward to it?
A bar owner in Seattle has already decided to ban the use of Google Glass while inside the establishment, well ahead of the product’s official launch.
A new parody showing how guys could use Google Glass to impress women on dates has hit the web. Humor aside, it could be an accurate prediction of a not-so-distant future.
You remember the Glass Foundry, right? Those were the events held in San Francisco and New York in which developers were invited to come and check out Google Glass.
Google is reportedly fitting Google Glasses with bone conduction technology in order to avoid having a separate ear piece. Bone conduction is essentially making the glasses vibrate, transferring the sound to your bones and ultimately, your inner ear.