Action specs are great at keeping wind and debris out of your eyes through fast-paced sports like mountain biking. But their blade-like styling looks dumb once you slow down. Enter this new range of casually-styled, but high-performance sunglasses from California brands Salt Optics and Aether Apparel.
Google is readying itself to churn out thousands of pairs of Glass, and now it's also preparing an accessory store to accompany it. But holy hell, those extras won't come cheap.
Here's what the next Google Glass looks like. The official Google Glass Google Plus page just revealed the look of the updated version of Google Glass and it's somehow even more cyborg weird. The overall look remains the same but it looks like Google is adding a single mono earbud for the second generation of glass.
We all know that Glass is kind of a big deal for Google right now. Or whatever. The #IfIHadGlass explorer program is going strong, and the product is attempting to prove its usefulness in a bunch of different markets. In fact it may be starting to feel overblown and even tiresome. But if Google is going to bank on…
With Google's most recent update for its Glass Explorer Edition come some signs of what's to come: a new app store, a dedicated media player and a security-conscious lock screen.
Like its author says "I know correlation doesn't imply causation but..." But I think that, in this case, we may be onto something [Twitter]
NASA astronaut Gregory H. Johnson and his pal Steve Robinson were flying a T-38 today over the gulf and noticed this weird scene: the space shuttle cruising on board a barge. "Not something you see every day," he says. Indeed!
Rumor: the Xbox will get a full version of Internet Explorer. More rumors: it will rely heavily on Kinect controls, for Minority Report style operation, and voice control. More more rumors: no date on launching date yet. [The Verge]
Who doesn't love a good wireless mouse? Free from wires that tangle, it can soar across your desktop, free as a bird. We tested five of the best on the market, and while they were all good, there can be only one Bestmodo.
Microsoft has spoken: Internet Explorer 10 will not run on Windows Vista—not in its developer form now, nor when the software ships later. Meaning they're officially the first browser developer to drop support for Vista. Ironic. [ComputerWorld]
Microsoft's latest History of the Internet promotion is a pretty lame, VH1esque mashup of various b-list comedians cracking jokes—until those comedians talk about Internet Explorer 8's new In Private Mode.
Microsoft seems like the last one to the new browser party that's dragged out over the last month, but they are the first to make their entrance final with Internet Explorer 8.
Microsoft's "compatibility list" of sites that don't render correctly in Internet Exploder 8 RC1—requiring some non-standards mojo from the browser to look right—numbers some 2,400. They're off-the-beaten-path sites like Amazon, Google, Microsoft and YouTube.
• God-Cleaner foot bath claims to draw toxins out of your body through your feet. Cleanliness may be next to Godliness, but in this case it's pretty darn close to Rip-off-iness. [BBG]
• Internet Explorer has fewer security vulnerabilities than Firefox, according to security analyst Jeffery Jones. In other news, Mr.…
Since its launch on November 9th, 2004, Firefox's downloads have continued doubling on a yearly basis. And now, they've reached the blessed, fabled, Holy Grailish 400 million mark.
We're suckers for a good bluetooth headset after that one time when we dropped our phone in the car on the highway and got it lodged under our brakes, causing us to slam into and kill a school bus worth of kids. Good news though, they were all a**holes.