If you are a Glass user looking at XE17.2 you are currently up to date in terms of the software. But while that is the case at this very moment — it seems Google may not be all that far from rolling out XE17.3. Yes, another
Google Glass users will soon have more options to choose from in terms of shades and frames. These new additions will be a part of the DVF | Made for Glass collection, which includes eight new shades and five new frames.
The latest update for Google Glass has begun rolling out. This is the latest in a quick series of Glass updates provided by Google, and judging from some of the recent issues — we suspect some Glass users may be weary to
Though Google Glass is now widely available to those in the US, it comes at a heavy cost. Most who are interested in Glass aren’t ready to blindly shell out $1,500, so they stay away. For those who are interested in Glass, but
On May 19, Ivy Ross will be joining Google as the new public face of its Glass product. Her experience in marketing and design might help paint a better picture for the smart eyewear that is still leaving question marks in
By far, navigation and travel are still the most common use cases for Google Glass. Those cases might just become even more common now that Tripit, Foursquare, and OpenTable are jumping onboard as the latest batch of Glassware
Google has opened the doors to the Google Glass Explorer program, but the $1,500 requirement and possible supply limitations can be discouraging. But if you’re a medical student at the University of California Irvine School
The series of Google Glass news keeps on coming. As mentioned yesterday, Google has pushed out an update to the MyGlass companion app which brings just a few new features to make Glass owners’ lives a bit easier.
Google has just opened wide the doors of its Google Glass Explorer program to practically anyone and everyone, at least in the US. But except for the invitation requirement, everything that you’ve found prohibitive in