Google+ page, Timothy Jordan has announced that developers can now have their Glass app (or Glassware) reviewed by the team and featured on MyGlass, the accompanying app for your Android device.
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Glass every month with the previous being XE9. That one arrived earlier in the month and it removed the need for a tethering plan. Anyway, there is still a few weeks before the next update is expected to arrive, but it looks like some details have already begun leaking. Following the pattern, this update will be arriving as XE10 and according to new reports, it will focus on third-party apps.
Google Glass will no longer require tethering to a smartphone in order to have an Internet connection, sparing users, as well as their wallets, some amount of grief.
Google Glass that would give you that authentic TV or online viewing experience even when your out there in the front lines. This Blue app delivers information right to your Glass to make sure you never miss a beat while you keep your eye on the ball.
Google Glass users something to look forward to seeing. This latest MyGlass update adds the ability to remotely control Google Glass using the app on your smartphone.
Google Glass looks to have once again gone inside the operating room. We first saw Glass being used during a procedure back in June when it was used during a PEG (Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy) procedure. That one was described as being “simple￼ and commonly performed." This latest is from Dr. Christopher Kaeding who used Glass during an ACL surgery procedure.
Siri has been reported to have some very amusing replies when people, mistakenly or intentionally, address her as "Glass".
Glass related patents. This latest round comes by way of Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., a company that many likely know better as Foxconn. Google has yet to issue a statement regarding the patent grab, however Hon Hai has offered a bit in terms of detail.