Google Glass

Google selling Glass sans invite on April 15th

Google has confirmed the recent rumors, and those in the US will be able to purchase Glass without an invitation on April 15th. This purchase will fall under the current Explorer program, which is to say you'll be paying $1,500 plus any required tax. But while the invitation requirement will drop for the day, it seems there are still some limitations in terms of available spots.

Google Glass testing begins with the US Air Force

Google Glass is currently in a test phase with the US Air Force. Details coming by way of Venture Beat mention the tests are being handled by the "BATMAN" research team at Wright Patterson Air Force Base which is located in Ohio. The BATMAN team is part of the 711th Human Performance Wing and made up of both military and civilian behavioral and technology scientists.

Google Glass at Work: pushing the wearable into enterprise

Google Glass seems to be in a constant state of update and change. Of course, that comes as a direct result of the Explorer program. And while there is still quite a bit of growth and education needed in terms of making everyone feel comfortable being around Glass, we are now getting a look at the Glass at Work initiative from Google.

‘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.”
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