Google I/O from a distance and much of the focus seems to be on the keynote and the freebies that are given to attendees. While it is easy to be a bit jealous of those receiving a free Chromebook Pixel, there are other reasons to be jealous. For one, Google I/O also has these sessions called fireside chats. The nice part about these, the topics are focused and given by those who are regularly working with that particular item, whether it be hardware of software.
Tagged: Google Glass
Facebook has just launched their official app for Google Glass. They are the latest out of a long line that have just announced their acceptance of the wearable computing device. Today we saw similar launches for Twitter, Evernote and more. It isn't a full featured app obviously, but that wasn't the point at this stage.
Google Glass apps had been pretty limited and up until today there was just two, one for Path and the other for The New York Times. That said, the app situation appears to be growing as of today. There has been several apps mentioned and today we are getting a look at one from Twitter and from Evernote.
Google Glass, and now the folks from Recon Instruments have revealed their own wearable computing glasses here at I/O. Only they have a different approach with what they are calling the Recon Jet. Last year we saw their micro display tech in Snowboard Goggles, and today they're bringing Glass-style to all types of athletic eye wear for the thrill seeker in you.
Google I/O 2013 time, and we'll be sharing all the details and announcements all week long. Today is technically day 0, and Google will be taking the stage tomorrow morning at 9:00 AM PDT for their first and only keynote this year. This is where we'll be learning all the news and putting rumors to rest. In the meantime check out our on-site preview, through Glass.
Google Glass. While something along those lines may eventually arrive for use in a wide variety of places, it looks like we are getting our first look at a Glass app using facial recognition. This app is called MedRef for Glass and as implied by the name -- this one is aimed at the medical profession.
Google Glass. Not only have they begun reaching out to developers in waves and shipping out Glass to those who pre-ordered (we did) but they've also just issued the very first software update for Glass. Well, the first since it has been in the hands of regular developers.
Google Glass take the stage, and they had a bit of fun at Google and other tech fans expense.
Google Glass news that will surely be arriving daily as we round out the next few weeks and head to Google I/O May 15-17th. We're expecting big things from Google at the event, and today we've just got our first official how-to video of Glass from Google themselves. Can you say Minority Report?
Google Glass? We need a pair first, then hopefully we'll be doing just that. It isn't the biggest news in the world but it appears that the folks from Twitter are indeed building a native Twitter app specifically for Google Glass. They want you sharing all that first-person content and photos as fast as humanly possible, so this makes perfect sense.