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The CEO of premium eyewear maker, Luxottica, has revealed that the next version of Google Glass is being developed by the company in partnership with Google and will be coming out soon.
A report from the WSJ is quoting Eric Schmidt as saying that Google Glass' demise was "conflated" by the media and that the technology is being "made ready for users" with a new version.
The Google Store is the new home for the company's latest and greatest devices, which have now been removed from its Play Store - but it seems that its Nexus 5 has finally reached the end of the road.
Osterhout Design Group is a small military-focused technology company that is looking unveil their own augmented glasses for consumers along with Sony, Samsung, Oculus, and others at CES 2015.
Despite recent uncertainty over the future of Google Glass, it seems that the company remains committed to its wearable device, as information has emerged on the next-generation model, due next year.
Soon, when traveling through Edinburgh airport, you may be met by a customer service rep wearing Google Glass. The airport is set to start trialing the use of Glass to assist passengers.
Google Glass wearers can rejoice! Google has rolled out an update that promises to induce eye watering results now that you will be able to view all of your contacts through it instead of just ten.
Microsoft has filed for a patent for a device that looks a lot like Google's Glass and it is referred to as a 'wearable behavior-based vision system', make the jumps to see pics of the device.
Google Glass has officially arrived in the United Kingdom, and the price for wannabe 'Explorers' there will be £1000. Its UK launch is accompanied by a range of new apps for the wearable device.
It's not hard to gauge that people are split on the issue of Google Glass, while some think it's the best thing since sliced bread, others think it's intrusive and makes you look like a total douche.
With Google making Google Glass available to anyone who can spend $1500 USD, rumors are surfacing that a second-generation Google Glass is already in the hands of Google's R&D team.
Lifelogger is a wearable that will attempt to capture everything in your daily lives and catalogue it. The device will be able to recognize text, faces, and voices. The device starts at $169 USD.
A team at Swedish University MDH have revealed their virtual keyboard. The device works with Google Glass, and provides an insight into what our future world could look like with wearable technology.
A new report from inside sources at Google says the company is looking to launch its Wallet payments system on Google Glass. There's no official info yet but the launch may come very soon.
A breakdown of the componants used by Google to make Google Glass, their glasses-esque computer, has found that the total cost is just $80 meaning that Google makes $1,420 per glass headset.
As promised, Google is now letting anyone in the U.S. purchase the Explorer version of its Google Glass device for $1,500 today only, with their choices of colors, frames and accessories.
Google has announced it will allow anyone in the U.S. to purchase a Google Glass product as part of its Explorer program for one day only on Tuesday, April 15th.
San Francisco woman Sarah Slocum has managed to film her assault with a Google Glass device. The footage shows a man approaching her while being verbally abused by a female in the background.
From today Virgin Atlantic has announced that it has begun a six-week trial of using the Google Glass wearable computer in its day-to-day check-in operations in the 'Upper Class Wing'.
Google has announced it will offer four new titanium frames for owners of the Google Glass Explorer edition later today for $225. There are eight color choices for the new frames.
Samsung is rumored to launch Galaxy Glass, a Google Glass competitor, at the IFA 2014 in September with more technology companies expected to follow the trend in the coming year.
An unnamed man claims that he was removed from an AMC movie theater in Columbus, Ohio this weekend by federal agents who suspected him of pirating films via his Google Glass device.
A driver who was cited for using Google Glass behind the wheel was found innocent by the court. While this is an important precedent it also brings up the issue of an activity indicator on the device.
Google has revealed its latest hardware research project, a "smart contact lens" that is being developed to measure glucose levels in tears for the use of people who suffer from diabetes.
Google Glass users can now take photos with a wink of an eye after the latest update. Google hopes the feature could even be used in day-to-day life through financial transactions and shopping.
Google's mystery barge in the San Francisco Bay will add over a dozen huge sails when it is completed, according to artwork submitted to the Port of San Francisco for approval.
The newest report about Google's mysterious barge in the San Francisco Bay expands on the Google Glass store thread, saying it will have high tech showrooms and a "party deck" for invite-only clients.
Google has been constructing a huge four story building on a barge in the San Francisco Bay, but the company is keeping its contents a secret. However, the structure may end up never being used.
A new report claims Microsoft is currently prototyping a competitor to Google Glass, though little information about the product was revealed, such as if it has a chance to reach consumers.
Stevie Johnson, wide receiver for the Bills, is given Google Glass to try out after practice. He catches some passes and signs some autographs, then gives his impression of the new technology.
Google Glass testers have begun receiving an email that allows them to invite one friend to try Glass for themselves, there are a few catches though, you must be over 18 and live in the US.
Google Glass buzz continues to build - but some users may be disappointed to learn that the voice-to-text input won't let you swear, and unlike with other Android devices, there's no way around it.
Google Glass headsets have been slowly shipping to developers, which can only mean one thing: more information about the device. We now know that Glass has a dual-core CPU and 1GB of RAM.
Google are holding their I/O 2013 conference next month in San Francisco and there may be a special treat for those developers who signed up to the Glass "Explorers" programme. Google gave deep pocketed developers...
An analyst claims that Microsoft is preparing to join the wearable computing trend early next year with a product to rival Google Glass. But is the company really set to embrace the joy of specs?
Microsoft's April Fools' Day activities continue today with the "announcement" of the Do Not Tracksuit, which is designed to keep people from being tracked in both the real and virtual worlds.
The 5 Point Cafe diner and dive bar in Seattle has announced it has banned the use of the Google Glass device in its establishment, saying, " ... a** kickings will be encouraged for violators."
An auction for a pair of Google Glasses has been being pulled from eBay after it was found to be fake. The seller claimed he was an early adopter to the project and would be picking them up at launch.
A new report claims Google plans to launch its Google Glass eyeglass technology product to the general public before the end of 2013 for less than the $1,500 price it has for the preview model.
Google has released a new video showing off some of the features of its Google Glass eyewear from a first person perspective, along with word that more people can pre-order the hardware.
The month of June 2012 was one of the biggest in terms of tech news in recent memory and we have some awards to give out, some good and some bad, for all the reveals.
Google co-founder Sergey Brin revealed the company's upcoming wearable computer will be available to the general public sometime in 2014. The company will get feedback from developers until that time.