Google Glass? We need a pair first, then hopefully we'll be doing just that. It isn't the biggest news in the world but it appears that the folks from Twitter are indeed building a native Twitter app specifically for Google Glass. They want you sharing all that first-person content and photos as fast as humanly possible, so this makes perfect sense.
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Google Glass was rooted and unlocked. And well, coming by way of updates from a pair of Google employees, it seems that isn't exactly as exciting as it originally sounded. You see, Google Glass was apparently left unlocked on purpose. The updates here began with one from Dan Morrill, which was later simplified by Stephen Lau.
Google Glass has been getting a lot of attention lately, and with good reason. The folks from Google have been releasing updates and details on a constant basis, and we'll only get more as their Google I/O developer event approaches. Earlier this month Google confirmed Glass' specs, but we're getting an even more detailed rundown now that they are in the hands of developers.
Google Glass. Right? While most of the general public probably has absolutely no idea what "Project Glass" actually is, many of us tech fans are patiently awaiting these next-gen wearable electronics to arrive. And in fact, they are already here for some. Google's recently started shipping Glass to developers, and now we're hearing the could sell over 10 million in the next few years.
Google Glass deliveries have recently begun on a limited basis, it looks like regular consumers still have a bit of waiting. In fact, recent comments coming from former Google CEO Eric Schmidt suggest average consumers will not be able to get their hands on Google Glass until sometime in 2014. The catch here is we have yet to see a specific date, or even a narrowed down timeframe for release.
Google Glass will need to use for configuration and management. Well, as we often see with newly released (or leaked) apps, someone tears into the APK and as such -- we often see some extra goodies. Quite often these have something to do with the app itself, however in this case it looks like the MyGlass APK teardown doesn't even touch on what may come with the future of Google Glass.
Google told us that their prized Project Glass would finally become a reality for those who pre-ordered last year at Google I/O. Stating that Google Glass was being pulled off the production floor and headed to a few lucky developers. While we patiently await ours to arrive, check out the first ever Google Glass unboxing video below, and even some video of glass recording Go Kart racing. It's pretty epic!
we noted on Monday, Google has proclaimed the rumors that Glass Explorer edition devices will begin shipping soon to be true, with some of them possibly having been shipped today, and the rest slated to follow in waves over the coming weeks. The Internet giant followed the announcement up with the release of Mirror API documentation and sample code, and has now released a support page that (finally) details Glass's tech specs.
Google Glass. While we've heard a few reports that they could begin shipping within the next month, today Google has confirmed exactly that. That isn't all either, they confirmed that the developer Explorer edition hardware and software is final, already being produced and some could start shipping to developers as soon as today.
Google I/O developer event that will be taking place in late May, it appears that some lucky developers will have Google's prized Project Glass augmented reality glasses. Today at a Google Ventures event it was stated that the Explorer Edition Google Glass would begin shipping within the next month. Time to get excited and see what it can really do.