M. Night Shyamalan is getting back behind the camera for Glass, his crossover film that connects the stories and characters from his 2000 superhero film Unbreakable with his 2016 thriller Split. Here's what we know about the movie.
If you've ever had problems getting the perfect amount of natural light in your home or office, Halio smart-tinting glass offers a solution, allowing users to adjust the ions in the glass for precise changes in light.
A team of Japanese researchers claims to have created a new self-healing glass that might be the antidote to your butterfingers. The glass is constructed with a light polymer known as "polyether-thioureas."
Varial Surf Technology made a name for itself with its stringer-less Varial foam. The firm's latest technology, Varial Infused Glass, provides a much stronger surfboard in a significantly lighter package.
The new Samsung Galaxy S8 is one the most fragile and breakable handsets ever, which means that you're likely going to need repairs. And with a phone that costs in the ballpark of $750 to begin with, those additional fixes could add up.
According to Google's latest patent, the next version of Glass could have a number of significant changes, such as a touchpad for easier control and the ability to power the device with AA or AAA batteries.
Definitely not for the faint of heart or anyone with a fear of heights, Los Angeles is opening up a new attraction that lets people slide 45 feet along clear glass while suspended 70 stories in the air.
You can run around in your kitchen, but you really can't hide in it if you're bopping around in a fully transparent setup. The entirely see-through glass kitchen is meant to give way to a "more healthy, if not sexy" idea of food.
It seems as if Volkswagen logistics staff are using Google Glass for work. It certainly looks that way, with the car company issuing what it describes as "3D smart glasses" to a number of employees following a successful three-month trial.
Google's Glass team is reportedly working on three new headsets, two of which don't include a display. Details are sketchy at the moment, though at least one of the devices is thought to be an audio-focused gadget aimed at sports…