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.
You might get a chance to get your hands on Google Glass sooner than you expected. The Financial Times is reporting that Google is making "tens of thousands" more pairs in the next few months.
The first ever porno shot with Google Glass has wrapped and here's the trailer for it.
The only thing that might be sadder than a porn app for Google Glass is a porn app for Google Glass that doesn't actually have any porn. Remember how "Tits and Glass" got banned? Yeah, it's back, but this time without the titular attractions. But don't worry: that pun isn't going anywhere.
Do you have Glass? I don't. But here are 20 random things you can ask Glass to search for.
Taking a much stricter stance than it ever has with the Android app store, Google is going to be banning porn apps from Google Glass. The first app's head to roll will be Tits & Glass, the Google Glass porn app that was announced last week. Where are we going to get our POV porn NOW!?
Google won't approve any Google Glass apps that use facial recognition software. Well, for now. Google said, "we won’t add facial recognition features to our products without having strong privacy protections in place". Strong privacy protections aren't in place right now, I guess. [Google]
Sherpa, the popular natural language digital assistant Android app, is coming to Google Glass and other Android-based wearables the company announced today.
Remember last year's I/O keynote and all the skydiving and bike riding shenanigans Google pulled? That was fun! Not to mention the big reveal: Google Glass. But if you managed to stay awake during yesterday's three hour keynote, you probably noticed that Glass was noticeably absent. What's up with that?
Wearing Google Glass might make you look weird but it's certainly a lot better than any of the prototypes that Google first tried out. Google Project Glass Staff Hardware Engineer Jean Wang showed off a slide revealing the earliest prototypes of Glass and they're a lot bulkier with open ribbons, chips, gigantic…
AllThingsD connected the dots about a Twitter app for Google Glass in the works. Tweet with your eyeballs (and voice)!
Though Google Glass runs Android, it's not exactly as wide open as your typical Android phone. And given its spot as the most futuristic tech available right now, you know hackers want to tinker with Google's specs. Legendary hacker Jay Freeman, famously known as Saurik who created the Cydia app store for iOS…
Not too long ago, some of Google Glass's specs got out there, but we were missing two critical pieces: CPU and RAM. Now, thanks to some endeavoring hackers who've gotten their hands on a pair, we now know some of those details.
When was the last time you winked? When was the last time you winked and didn't immediately regret it? It's probably been a while, but Google's aiming making winking cool again(?), by hard-coding some ;) functionality right into Glass.
Google Glass are only just now being delivered, so we're starting to see the very first videos taken with them. But this pleasant clip of a viola through Glass is our favorite use yet. Sure, the clip was put together by a guy who works at Google (the same one who made the NYC subway system sound like guitar strings…
Even though we've seen Google Glass be leaked, be announced, be presented, be demoed, be worn, be used and even be mocked, it's always represented some far off future technology that we never were sure if it would ever be real (in a I can't believe it's already here kind of way). But it's totally happening guys. And…
Google just released the official specs for Google Glass (after releasing the API too) and the futuristic frames come with 16GB (only 12GB will be usable) Flash memory, 5 megapixel camera for stills, 720p video recording, Wi-Fi b/g, Bluetooth and a battery that can handle "one full day of typical use".
Good news for early adopters: Google Glass Explorer Edition will apparently be shipping "within the next month".
We all know Google Glass doesn't need sorcery for you to comfortably see a digital image projected over reality. But just how does it work? This infographic by Martin Missfeldt lays out the way the magic happens in simple terms.
Baidu, the Chinese search engine used in China, is reportedly working on a Chinese version of Google Project Glass that'll be called Baidu Eye. Because OF COURSE they would. It makes perfect sense for knockoff Google to knock off Project Glass, right?