Hint: Not monster watches or rubber bracelets.
Smart shirts hit the U.S. Open.
Luv ya, but it’s never going to happen.
Everything you wanted to know about Google Glass. Got a question? Ask it here.
Google gets way, way ahead of itself—and not in a futuristic sort of way.
If Google Glass succeeds, it could be the next iPhone: the next great platform for app development.
For Nasr Mobin, Glass represents great potential in fighting this tragic disease.
Also: Apple will release an iWatch, HTML5 will gain traction and Android will go 64-bit.
People seem to be most excited about what Glass will mean for education, medicine, communicating, gaming and getting around. Here are ten legitimate, non-creepy ideas from the #ifihadglass campaign.
Glass is getting savage reviews and SNL parodies and it’s spawned the term “glasshole.” Developer version or no, it’s already done, says ReadWrite contributor Brian Ford.
Google is opening up its Glass project to regular folks. All you have to do is fill out an application – and pony up $1,500.
Google Glass is made for the connected home. Here’s how it could—and already does—work.
Heads up! Wearables will make us rethink how we work out.
Amazon just scored Babak Parviz, founder of Google Glass and creator of its smart contact lenses.
How the most influential consumer devices of the year have tackled our TVs, laptops, homes and even our bodies.
Are you ready to take advantage of the increased transparency offered by ubiquitous video recording?
How will wearable technology like Google Glass affect
The results are in for Google’s #ifihadglass contest, so keep a lookout on Google+ and Twitter if you think you’re one of the lucky few.
If you were wearing Google Glass, you could Vine effortlessly.