Feb 5th - Google had already alluded to plans to reintroduce Google Glass as a retail product at some point down the line following the product's graduation from X Labs, but in case you were skeptical of that the point has been reiterated. Spoilers: expect something completely redesigned.
Google made $18.1 billion in revenue last quarter, Chromecast #1 selling streaming device, Google Glass team takes a breather
Jan 29th - Another day, another earnings call. Leading Google's Q4 2014 earnings call, as usual, was Google CFO Patrick Pichette talking about the company's performance towards the end of last year.
Jan 15th - People might be writing Google Glass off at this point (see our Google Glass review), but Google thinks it's far from dead. In fact, the company today announced that it was "graduated" from Google X's experimental labs and is getting the spotlight in its own little division.
Jan 9th - Always wondered how early Google Glass prototypes looked? We might have our first answer of Google's early thoughts on the design of their ambitious smart glasses. What's more? Some of these ideas might make their way back into a forthcoming revision.
Dec 18th - 2014 was a very busy year for us here at Phandroid. In typical Android fashion there were tons of new devices, new device categories, software updates, and much more. We're looking back at all the most debated and popular Phandroid posts from 2014. Enjoy!
Dec 17th - And here you thought Google Glass was unsightly. Wait until you get a load of what Sony just cooked up.
Nov 21st - Google Glass "Basecamps" (experience stores) are closing their doors. It was a good run, but with Glass and its accessories now available via Google Play, this transition to online-only was inevitable.
Oct 30th - Can't say we didn't see this coming, but Google Glass is now banned in a wide range of movie theaters worldwide. The Motion Picture Association of America and the National Association of Theatre Owners have announced a new policy to protect their copyright material.
Oct 14th - It's fixin' to be a busy week. The Google Glass team just announced an update rolling out this week for Google Glass that delivers all your smartphone notifications to the wearable headset.
Sep 29th - Like it or not, kids are the ones that decide what's cool and what's not, both now and in the future. And as they grow up, they'll be the ones dreaming up, building, creating, designing, and making the cool new technology the world enjoys. So when one of my friends - an elementary school art teacher in Virginia- said her 5th grade class wanted to ask me some questions about Google Glass, I was happy to answer.
Sep 19th - Good news for any Canucks who've been waiting for Google Glass. It appears Google has quietly approved the use of Glass in Canada. This news comes from Explorer Brian Buquoi who received a replacement Glass with an interesting card.
Sep 8th - Heads up, #GlassExplorers . A new software update for Glass should be hitting your headset in the coming days. XE21.0 is a relatively small update, but should help you avoid traffic when navigating with Glass thanks to Waze integration.
Aug 21st - With anywhere between 300 - 700 lifelogging devices, Chris Dancy could very well be "the most connected man in the world." But is he better off for it?
Aug 20th - Google Glass XE20.1 makes it easy to access all of Google contacts via the headset. There's also the option of choosing what kind of message you'd like to send to a given contact. The MyGlass app will also need to be updated in order to get all the new features.
Aug 20th - Oh, man. Google's done it. They actually found a way to make Google Glass look a hundred times less dorky. Question is, for the right price, would you buy this new design?