Google Glass


An attendee wears Google Glass while watching the opening keynote at a Google I/O developers conference in San Francisco.

Google stops Glass production, at least for now

Jan 16, 2015
"Everybody who touched the Glass did not become an evangelist." That was a problem.
Posted In: Google, Google Glass, Google X, Nest, technology
A guest uses a Google glass during the Eurobest festival of creativity at Finlandia Hall last December in Helsinki, Finland.

Google decides to shelve Glass, for now

Jan 16, 2015
Google Glass may still have a future, just not in its present form.
Posted In: Google Glass, Google X, Google

A fashion makeover for wearable technology

Aug 11, 2014
Tech companies hope fashion and wearables make a good team.
Posted In: wearable tech, Google Glass, FitBit

My six weeks with Google Glass

Jun 4, 2014
Rory Cellan-Jones set out to figure out just how functional Google Glass really is
Posted In: Google Glass

60 million people will get new Google Glass frames covered by insurance

Jan 28, 2014
Google signed a deal with optical insurer VSP to cover new titanium Glass frames.
Posted In: Google Glass, health insurance

Barging in on Google

Nov 1, 2013
Rumors abound about what Google is housing in a floating barge in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Posted In: Google barge, Google Glass, Google X

Friends don't let friends Google Glass and drive

Oct 31, 2013
A woman in California got a traffic ticket for wearing her Google Glass while driving.
Posted In: Google Glass, distracted driving

In wearable tech, products designed for the wrist could have the upper hand

Oct 29, 2013
As smart phones gained popularity, people quit looking at their wrists to tell the time. But now, Samsung and Google could be about to spar over that piece of real estate.
Posted In: watch, smartwatch, iPhone, Google Glass

Google Glass wants to track how you watch ads

Aug 26, 2013
A new app for Google Glass measures pupil dilation in reaction to advertisements.
Posted In: Google Glass, advertising

Could Google Glass help people with autism?

Aug 23, 2013
Paul Louden is a Google Glass Explorer. The Texan scored an early pair of the wired glasses by telling Google he was on a particular mission: to help people with autism.
Posted In: disability, autism, Google Glass