Google Glass News
PSA: US residents can buy Google Glass tomorrow
Tomorrow at 6am Pacific, Google will open the flood gates for one day only and allow any US resident 18 and older to buy Google Glass for $1,500. Unlike previous Glass Explorers, you won’t need a special invite email or special code from Google. All you’ll need to do is point your web browser over to the official ordering page to purchase Google’s wearable computer while supplies last. That’s it
Livestream for Google Glass announced
Live streaming on Google Glass is nothing new — many folks have been doing it with the Hangouts on Air platform for quite some time — but one of the most popular live streaming platforms has finally made its way to the wearable.
Another month goes by without a Google Glass update
When the Glass Explorer program first launched, the Glass Team told Explorers that they’d be receiving monthly updates as they tweaked and grew this new platform, even mentioning it at Google IO 2013. As of today, Glass hasn’t been updated since December 17 of last year, nearly 3 and a half months ago.
Top 10 Google Glass myths debunked
As Google Glass Explorers ourselves, we loved it when the Glass team recently took the time to debunk some popular misconceptions about the device. We thought it only fitting to throw in our own experiences when it came to the Top 10 Google Glass Myths.
NYPD already experimenting with Google Glass, is there cause for concern?
With all the security and privacy concerns surrounding Google Glass, if there’s one government agency we thought would be all over the cybernetic eyewear, it’s law enforcement. Doesn’t come as much of a surprise for us to find out the NYPD has already begun experimenting with the wearable for “patrol purposes”. No, this isn’t a […]
Google Glass US tour headed to Atlanta, GA Feb 8th and 9th (RSVP here)
It’s been awhile since we heard from the Google Glass team about their road trip that first began late last year. Back in October, they made their first stop in Durham, North Carolina where, as shown in the video above, they had a pretty nice little turnout. Today, the Project Glass team is finally back […]
More states jumping on the ban Google Glass bandwagon
Wyoming Senator Floyd Esquibel (D) crafted and presented a bill that would ban the use of Google Glass while behind the wheel of a vehicle. His main weapon in the fight? The notion that “common sense” should prevail.