Today, Google started selling its Glass Enterprise Edition 2, the new AR headset that's aimed at businesses. Today's launch is aimed at developers though, and a unit will run you just under $1,200.
Today, Google announced Glass Enterprise Edition 2, promising more processing power, better camera performance, and it's built on Android. The new augmented reality headset will run you $999.
Following last year's reintroduction of the Glass wearable for the business sector, it would seem that it is off to a great start, as it looks like there is a 2nd edition on the way with better specs.
Just about everyone who has ever had a mobile phone has cracked the screen at least once. It is one of the main reasons to get a warranty. But this new discovery could make that a thing of the past.
While sales of Google's Glass Explorer Edition ended in 2015, a new version revealed last month and aimed at enterprises is now available for sale via one of Alphabet X's "Glass Partners".
As we get closer to the end of the year, we are starting to get more leaks regarding LG's next handset, the V30. According to a source, the device could include a glass back and wireless charging.
Google ended sales of its Glass wearable device in January 2015, saying that it was 'making it ready for users'. Two and a half years later, it's released a new software update for the device.
According to sources within the company, Apple is testing smart glasses, as a possible 'next big thing'. The glasses rely on augmented reality and connect to an iPhone, but don't expect them too soon.
Google isn't yet done with Google Glass; after suspending sales earlier this year and then categorically denying its death, the wearable will now fall under a new division titled 'Project Aura'.
From British mobile mayhem and Galaxy pre-orders, to the state of Windows apps, strange bedfellows, Halo revelations and free flights with a low-end Lumia, it's our review of the week's top tech news.
From tardy updates and Micromax crapware, to cutting-edge flagships, wireless keyloggers, Steamtastrophes, and another Xbox price cut, we look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
Sales of Google's pricey eyewear have been suspended for an indeterminate amount of time, the company says, following poor sales figures and reviews - but future versions will still be developed.
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.
GT Advanced Technologies, which formerly produced sapphire crystals for use in smartphone and other device glass, says it was forced into bankruptcy by shady bait-and-switch tactics from Apple.
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's latest acquisition is Gecko Designs -- a Los Gatos, California-based industrial design firm that will help develop Google X products including self-driving cars and internet balloons.
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.
A week after its launch in the United Kingdom priced at £1000, Google Glass is being banned by British cinema chains over fears that it may be used to record movies surreptitiously.
Google has announced improvements to its Glass wearable device, offering better performance thanks to a big increase in RAM, along with greater battery life and a handful of software enhancements.
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.
Researchers at the University of Akron have developed a novel method of making shatterproof screens which are not only much more flexible than earlier methods, but significantly cheaper too.
Google Glass is to get a set of new designer frames from iconic American fashion artist Diane von Furstenberg later this month so that users can make their devices more personalized and unique.
Google has just announced that the Explorer Edition of their Google Glass wearable computer will be available for purchase to anyone in the United States, for the low low price of $1,500.
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.
Google has partnered with Luxottica to produce new wearable technology using Ray Ban and Oakley as an upcoming platform for Google Glass. This partnership will pair technology brands with designers.
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'.
The New York Police Department is looking to test out Google Glass for its beat officers. Whether this will be a useful crime fighting tool or an invasion of everyone's privacy, only time will tell.
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.
Good news has come today for those with less-than-perfect eyesight wondering if they'll be able to use Google Glass: A 'prescription option' will be provided for Google Glass wearers starting at $99.
It looks like 2014 will be another awesome year for tech fans, with new devices galore and major OS updates on the horizon. Here's our top-10 pick of what to look forward to in the year ahead.
Lost Lake Cafe & Lounge is yet another restaurant banning the use of Google Glass by customers, and it's not the first restaurant to do so. It stated the new policy very clearly on its Facebook page.
Google has finally broken silence on the mystery barges docked in various cities, saying that they could be used as interactive space for teaching people about their new and upcoming technologies.
Google Glass could be a danger to motorists according to an officer who fined a woman for using it while behind the wheel. The woman was in violation of a law which disallows monitors near the driver.
Google recently announced changes to their Google Glass headset through a Google+ post and now it seems the updated device has already started shipping to developers of the platform.
A new report claims that Android Kit Kat is centered around wearables, low-end handsets and fixing some of Android's long-standing issues. All signs point to Android 4.4 as a major, must-have update.
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.
While Google's Glass hasn't hit the market yet, the company is working on expanding its customer base. The search giant is working on bringing a special glasses-free version of Glass for working dogs.
Reports have shown Samsung OLED displays are being used in Google Glass. Despite a certain wariness by other companies, it appears Google still considers the Korean company an ally.
Eric Schmidt dropped a hint during an interview with BBC Radio 4 that Google Glass will most likely be available next year, and for under the $1500 price tag the developers had to fork out.