Project Glass. The talk measures in at just over 50 minutes in length and appears to put a bit more realistic view on the glasses.
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Google seems to be revealing more and more in terms of what we can expect from Glass. It was back in February when they offered up the "How It Feels (through Glass)" video and a bit more recently, we were given a look at some of the third party apps that will be available. Those included Evernote and Path, however as of today we are talking patents.
Google pulled the trigger on their new note-taking app Google Keep. Just like many of their current services like Google Now, Google Keep aims to be a deeply integrated and do-it-all app for all your note-taking and daily tasks. With integration into your account and Google Drive (get started here) Google Keep looks to take on Evernote, Any.DO and more.
Google appears to be readying a new note-taking service. While we cannot necessarily call it a replacement for Google Notebook, it does appear to be along those lines. Well, that and maybe some potential competition for Evernote. The service is called Google Keep and hints of the service (along with the icon) have recently been discovered in the source code for the Google Drive website.
Google is at it again giving us more details and another look at Project Glass. They've been rather open and sharing more details on the new technology than we had expected, and today Google is clearing up the prescription lenses issue once and for all. We've heard Google Glass won't work with prescription eyewear, and we've also heard it will. Today Google confirmed with a photo it will indeed support those too.
Verizon themselves have put together a nice collection. Read on to see Verizon's top 20.
Dolphin Browser has recently come available in the Google Play Store. The app has jumped to version 9.2.0, but perhaps more important than a number -- this update has brought several new features. Some of the goodies include improvements to sharing, remembering and integration with the desktop.
Instagram to land in the Google Play Store. And based on that, who would have guessed that 2012 would close with Instagram beginning to get shunned by some. That seems to have been the case though, Instagram was beginning to get shunned in favor of an older (but thankfully recently updated) app. That app was Flickr, which not only garnered some much needed attention, but also dropped a rather nice Android app.
Google included, posted videos highlighting and wrapping up 2012 and today Google's done the same thing with apps and music from the Google Play Store. Below is just a few noteworthy mentions of Google's top apps, music, movies, and books from the world of Android.