With Google having resuscitated its Glass wearable for the enterprise space via some much needed maintenance, we can start an artificially intelligent dialog about some very interesting progress.
With Google bringing Google Glass back to market for enterprise customers, risking the “Glassh*le” revival, Glass 2.0’s upgrades bring Google back as an AR player, but it’s not the only one.
Virtual reailty has come of age. If you don’t fancy spending big bucks, but want more than Google Cardboard offers, then 3SIXT has the answer.
With predictions that shipments will reach over 12 million units by 2020, the current ‘stalled market’ will reportedly be invigorated by new use cases for Microsoft’s HoloLens.
With Google closing its Explorer Program, is this just a pane in the glass, liberation for Glassholes or a new vision for Google Glass 2?
Google Glass seems to have been overtaken by a different form of wearable: the Android Wear smartwatch, which itself might be the future brains of any connected glasses, with a new report suggesting developers are abandoning the platform as used Glasses go on sale at eBay for half price.
Have you got $1500 lying around, live in the US and want to get bullied or beaten up for being a technophile? It's your lucky day - Google Glass has gone on sale to the public today.
Mobile and wearable app developer b2cloud is working with Telstra to explore the use of Google Glass by people with disability.
You may be tempted to say a ‘rip-off’ but the answer is Google’s very controversial Glass wearable computer.
Google is facing a steadily building backlash against its Glass devices, with a San Francisco-based journalist the latest Google Glass wearer to be phyiscally attacked for wearing the gadget.
The Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) has called for further reform of Australia's privacy laws, recommending new technology-neutral surveillance laws that would potentially affect Google Glass, among others.
Google has signed a deal with Luxottica Group, the company behind Ray Ban and Oakley, to help add a bit of fashion sense to Google Glass.
Emerging technologies such as Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), Google Glass and smartwatches would become bigger disrupters to existing business models than the iPhone and its one million-plus apps. So says one of Australia’s largest app developers.
Google's trendy wearable tech device Google Glass has already conquered our streets but it now has its eyes firmly set on the skies, with British airline Virgin Atlantic announcing it's the world's first airline to utilize the technology
Banking giant Westpac NZ has announced it will trial its Cash Tank app on Google Glass this month as well as introducing Apple’s iBeacon technology in its branches, making it the first bank in New Zealand to utilise the new technology.
Google hasn't released its Glass product to the public yet but it's already busy adding new features - including some new music functionality.
Google has released images of the next iteration of Google Glass, this time adding a mono earbud and prescription glasses support.
Two thirds of Aussies who have used wearable technology said it helped their health and fitness, according to new research released today.
Google has acquired patents from technology manufacturer Foxconn, as the tech titan continues to push forward with its Google Glass device.
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