Google Glass

‘Glass Journalism’ at USC brings big news to small screen

This fall, USC students will get the chance to take a class on “Glass Journalism”. The course is aimed at shaping the way news and other print media is consumed via the Google wearable, but won’t go so far as to produce any actual journalism with or about Glass. Via Tumblr, course Professor Robert Hernandez says “In this class we’re not talking about the future of journalism, we’re building it.”

Google partners with company behind Oakley, Ray-Ban for new Glass

The company responsible for designer sunglasses like Ray-Ban and Oakley will now be bringing you Glass. Luxottica Group has announced they will “design, develop and distribute a new breed of eyewear for Glass.” Though details on what those would be aren’t available yet, it does hint at Glass losing it’s geek-chic status.

Google addresses Glass “myths” in post

Google Glass has seen hard times lately. Between various talking heads positing the end of days for the wearable and more establishments banning it, Glass is gaining quite the reputation. In an attempt to quell fears and misunderstandings, the Glass team created a rather lengthy Google+ post about Glass.

Layar augmented reality app arrives for Google Glass

Layar has arrived for Google Glass. The app, simply called Layar for Glass is available by way of the Layar website. The release means another augmented reality view for Glass users and in the case of Layar, that will mean using the command; "Ok Glass, scan this" to get started.

Two bars in San Francisco ban Google Glass without actually naming it

Another pair of bars have banned Google Glass. This time, the wearble tech has been banned at a bar in the SoMa district of San Francisco, which many believed would be amiable to the technology. The second bar is owned by the same person, and in a different part of town. For Glass users in the Bay Area, there seems to be a growing list of places that aren't open to their wearable.
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