Google Glass still isn't out and readily available to the public, not to mention seeing heavy criticism for the privacy aspect of things, the Mountain View company is still updating it rather quick. Google vowed to deliver monthly updates for Glass, and as expected, last night they pushed out XE6 to all you Glassees with tons of camera enhancements.
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released in beta form for those in the US market. That app has since seen some updates, however at the present time it is still sporting the beta tag. Putting the regular Android app to the side though, it looks like Sherpa has set their sights on Google Glass.
Google Glass to developers it was quickly discovered that the wearable computing glasses were extremely easy to hack. This wasn't by accident, and Google made no efforts in securing Glass, especially since they are only for developers, for now. Fast forward to today and we have an unofficial ClockworkMod Recovery up and running on Glass.
Google Glass Explorer program officially started last year at Google I/O where those in attendance were able to pre-order the next-gen wearable technology. However, for the rest of us we had to enter Google's popular #ifihadglass program on Twitter. Today brings good news as Google has just announced those winners will soon be getting their Glass.
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.
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. 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?