If you’re counting down the days until you can snag yourself a pair of Google’s smartglasses, then you might be interested in a look at the cream of the Google Glass apps that developers have in store for you.
Google CEO Larry Page has been speaking about privacy concerns over Google Glass, telling shareholders this week that the situation is, "not a big concern," but not everyone is convinced.
During Google I/O this year, we got our first glimpse at a world where Google Glass owners represented almost a third of the entire population. What does everyone think about Glass now that they actually have it, and how did the show go? Find out here.
Google's Eric Schmidt has said in an interview that the general release of Google Glass is, "a year-ish" away, putting the prospective date in 2014 instead of the late-2013 release many expected.
Even before Google's Project Glass has gone on sale, it has managed to attract a few bans from establishments around the world. Is this the shape of things to come, and will owners need to carry a pair of dumb glasses around just in case?
Google has confirmed the features of its Glass spectacles. The high-tech specs will have a 5-megapixel camera, 720p video recording and a battery which, providing you're not doing anything to intensive, will last you a day.
If you're keen to learn more about Google Glass, now's your chance. The Mountain View company has just posted a video of the 'Building New Experiences with Glass' session, which took place at the recent SXSW event in Austin.
Google is set to announce the winners of a recent competition offering thousands of people the opportunity to get their hands on a pair of its high-tech Glass specs. However, those invited to join its Explorer Program must first hand over $1500.
Google may be making good progress with the technology for its futuristic head-based Glass device, but what does it know about frame design? A new report claims the company is currently working with Warby Parker, a firm that apparently knows a thing or two…
Google has released a new video showing Project Glass, its amazing potential and a little more about how it will be controlled when it's finally put on sale. Also, if you really can't wait and have a bit of spare cash, it's recruiting more Explorers...
An NDA agreement between Google and developers invited to events dedicated to Project Glass has been leaked, and it shows just how careful Google is being regarding information on its exciting prototype glasses.
A patent application shows Google could be working on a virtual input system for Project Glass, which would project controls on to your hand or arm using a laser, then read your input using a camera.
Describing the Google Glass project as "complicated", team leader Babak Parviz said in a recent interview his engineers were currently working on incorporating head gestures, voice control and phone functionality into the high-tech specs, using a battery…
Google, together with acclaimed fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg, has released a short documentary shot with Google Glass, the company's high-tech specs.