Theater managers say they will kick out customers who don’t remove devices like smartwatches or Google Glass. This could prove difficult to enforce.
Twitter’s app is no longer available from the Glassware page for Google Glass, which could indicate that Twitter has decided to stop supporting the platform, or the company could be working on a new version to go with the next generation of Glass hardware.
One of the ways Google Glass can attract new users is for compelling, helpful apps. A new one from the Georgia Institute of Technology provides text captions from the spoken word with a companion Android app.
Need a light meter to help figure out the right camera shutter speed based on lighting conditions and film sensitivity? Check this app for Glass which cleverly uses the camera sensor in Google’s wearable display to help you out.
Google Glass has arguably shed its techie-exclusive image, and people interested in Google’s computerized spectacles have been able to buy them from…
Following earlier news that Glass with Diane von Furstenberg frames is now available, Google(s goog) announced that Google Glass is available outside…
The first enterprise partners to deliver Google Glass apps are here and one of them has increased the amount of time a doctor spends focused on a patient. Vertical markets may be where Google Glass sees its first big opportunity.
Football fans are gearing up for the World Cup and so is Google: The company is pushing out an update to Google Glass for World Cup scores, standings and news.
On June 23, Google Glass frames designed by Diane von Fürstenberg’s fashion house will go on sale not only on Google’s website, but also through a high fashion retailer.
Google Glass with Google Now works well at surfacing important information. But it only works with Google accounts. The new reQallable app adds support for other types of email and smartly prioritizes contextual information for you.
What would you do if a restaurant asked you to remove the camera-on-your-face device, Google(s goog) Glass, because other diners had privacy…
Word Lens wowed me in 2010 with its real-time augmented reality language translation skills. Apparently, it wowed Google even more, as the search giant acquired Quest Visual, the makers of the app.
Want Google(s goog) Glass and don’t have your very own pair yet? Well, Google’s selling the devices online right now to everyone…
According to Teardown.com, Glass components cost an estimated $79.78, or a little more than 5% of its retail price. Google claims the estimate is “absolutely wrong.”
Google’s(s goog) Glass Explorer program is once again open to anyone with a web browser and $1,500. After last week’s “one-day” sale event, Google’s product page…
Wandering around wearing Google Glass with no place to stay? The SPG for Glass can solve that problem, helping you search for a room or manage your Starwood Preferred account on Google’s wearable computer.
Google took a few months off from regularly scheduled Google Glass software updates but this month brings a big one: Glass is getting KitKit and several new usability improvements. Gone, however is the video calling for now.
Google is expanding the Glass Explorer program to those who want in. For a limited time on April 15, anyone in the U.S. over the age of 18 and willing to spend $1,500 can get Google Glass.
With Google’s new Glass at Work program, look for apps to help businesses and enterprises. Perhaps Glass is a better fit for these organizations; there are certainly good consumer uses but Android Wear will help with those.
In time for the National Association of Broadcasters 2014 event, Livestream’s latest app turns Google Glass into a news camera. With Livestream for Glass, you can broadcast live video and respond to viewers chat questions.
Google Glass will have new frame options and you’ll likely recognize the brands behind them: Oakley and Ray-Ban. Both are part of Luxottica, which is Google’s newest partner to bring stylish pairs of Glass to mainstream consumers in retail outlets.
Looking for a night out at the movies but not sure what to watch? Just head over to the theater with Google Glass and a new app called Preview. Then you can view trailers of each flick simply by looking at the movie posters.
A court said drivers can look at maps on your phone — but not talk or text. This will only lead to more confusion at a time when we need new rules for computers, including Google Glass, in cars.
Blippar has migrated its object image recognition technology from the smartphone to Google Glass, showing off the concept at Mobile World Congress. The app could be used for advertising, education and more. It can also recognize faces but that feature will be disabled.
Lawmakers are seeking to ban Google Glass when driving and Google is reportedly fighting back with lobbyists. I can and do drive with Glass, so I see both sides. I’d prefer a technical solution to a legislative one, though.
After months of not really enjoying Google Glass with corrective vision glasses I ordered Glass frames from Google. The verdict? Much better but there are a few restrictions on the corrective lenses that had me devise a complicated solution.
Shop [x] for Glass is an early alpha app that isn’t looking to reinvent shopping lists; it simply wants to bring them closer to your field of vision so that you don’t have to stare at a smartphone while shopping.
Virgin Atlantic is looking to make flying fancy again, with the help of some new wearable technology from Google and Sony.
Google(s goog) has unveiled a series of new frames for its wearable Glass device. The Titanium Collection frames cost $225 on top…
Got Google Glass and prescription glasses? A $99 option should be coming your way in the next few weeks courtesy of Rochester Optical. That price is a starting point though: complex ‘scripts or other options will boost the price.
Got Glass? The newest monthly software update is available and includes support for the new iOS MyGlass app plus a number of new features including Hangouts and video uploads to YouTube.
Using Google Glass to its fullest extent before now meant pairing with an Android phone for the MyGlass app. Google now has a version for iOS, bringing much deeper integration between the wearable computer and a phone.
Google is reportedly discussing some type of partnership with VSP Global, a vision care provider that also makes lenses and frames. The company could be helpful in creating new frame looks for Google Glass as well as prescription lenses.
Does Google Glass need another input method? The team behind Remotte thinks so: It’s looking to raise $70,000 on Kickstarter for the connected device. Even if you don’t have Glass, this could be a handy little remote control.
Google has launched an official accessory store for Glass Explorers. Prices are high, and most items are not currently in stock.
Google’s rumored smartwatch, which makes use of Google Now, is reportedly entering the final stages of production.
Over the next few weeks, owners of Google Glass can invite up to three others to the Explorer program. Google also has some slightly different Glass hardware coming that will accept lenses; current owners can swap out their device if they want.
Samsung has filed a design patent in Korea for “sports glasses” that look a lot like Google Glass.
Google is ready to start reviewing third-party apps for its Google Glass product. The news jives with earlier reports that such apps would become available after a Glass software update this month.
ColorSnap already makes it easy to take pictures and get paint color recommendations on a smartphone or a tablet, but it’s a perfect app to take advantage of Google Glass.
What Google Glass can do, it does pretty well, but it’s still fairly limited in terms of apps. That may be changing next month with sources suggesting Google will officially launch Glassware apps.
Google is slowly building up momentum for Google Glass: Aside from the 8,000 Glass Explorers using the product, Google is taking Glass on the road. First stop for regular folks to try the wearable device? Durham, North Carolina.
Thousands of testers wearing Google Glass don’t have the final product version yet but nobody knows what the retail edition will look like. Newly awarded patents explain how Google might design the final product, especially for those who wear corrective lenses.
Google Glass already has a touchpad for navigation, but Google just added support for Android phones as an input device. With MyGlass your smartphone becomes a remote control for Glass, opening up new usage possibilities.
Every few weeks I see another “rival” to Google Glass. Some hardware looks much better than Google’s own product, but in the end, will it matter? Few other companies today offer the range of services and software to create a winning wearable.
Google Glass is all about getting out the way and to do that, it needs the right kinds of apps. Field Trip is one of those and it’s now on Glass. The app pops up contextual, hyper-local information when you’re near interesting things.
Price comparison apps have been around for as long as we’ve had smartphones. But a similar, new app for Google Glass removes the need to take out the handset: Just “look” at a barcode to get price information and Amazon product reviews.
Google Glass seems useful for capturing first-person images and videos. With the right service and connectivity, you might see future emergency service workers wearing Glass in order to help save lives.
Someday, wearing Google Glass to a job interview could become the status quo. My Monitor, an app originally developed to assist with Autism Spectrum Disorder, might be just the thing to put you ahead of the other job candidates thanks to real time biofeedback.
Google Glass devices are getting their monthly software update and this time around, voice posts to Path and Evernote are added. Developers can expand the usage of voice posts now as well. Traffic, Movie times, Weather and more are also now playing on Google Glass.
Glass Apps can be a harbinger of the future of wearable UIs or they can look like a truncated version of the web. Fidelity’s Glass app shows how to take financial info into the wearable age.
Don’t be surprised if you see a Google Glass wearer stop and say: “OK Glass: Let’s go defend the planet!” A new video game in development allows just that on the small screen of Google Glass. Here’s what it looks like.
Google Glass currently costs $1,500 but that price is far more than the cost of components. Here’s why that’s the case and what Glass is more likely to cost consumers when it launches for everyone.
Google Glass production for consumers could be ramping up as the company purchased a portion of Himax, the wearable gadget display supplier. Funding will be used to increase production of the small screen used for Google’s connected eyewear.
Google Glass officially doesn’t support any live video streaming yet, but live streamer Tim Pool found a way to make it work.
GlassBattle shows off how games can be played on Google’s high-profile device — while going about everyday activities.
Google promised a monthly software update to Google Glass and July is no exception. The latest new features include more voice commands and easier web page navigation.
Google is showing off samples of the first apps made by companies for its new augmented reality device Google Glass, including apps to read headlines, email and see photos. But this is the app I really want: augmented reality to overlay carbon emissions data.
Google announced Wednesday that it’s making Google Glass, its augmented reality smart glasses, available to a lucky few U.S. residents. But they’ll need good social networking skills, $1500 and possibly a plane ticket.
An image of someone wearing Google’s Project Glass prototype in New York City was snapped yesterday, just in time for the big New Year’s Eve bash on Times Square this evening. Even more exciting: this prototype supports lenses that could be used for prescription eyewear.
The first video capture taken with Google’s Project Glass hardware has surfaced, and the quality isn’t bad. Various stills images show camera improvements in the hardware. That’s important. Why? Because the camera could play the most important input role for the Project Glass concept.
If a smartphone or tablet with glass that’s glare-free, repels liquids and is self-cleaning sounds appealing, you might want to start following MIT’s research. By adding layers on glass that are then selectively removed, microscopic cones are created and provide these desirable characteristics.