After two years in the dark, Google Glass has returned, launching a new enterprise edition (EE) that several major corporations have already deployed into their workforce. Google Glass EE improves on the first model — sold to enthusiasts for $1,500 — with better networking, security, a faster processor, more battery life, and a higher megapixel […]
Right now, it’s limited to participants in a research project.
“Moonshots” chief Astro Teller says Google tries to fail fast and often.
Coming to an Australia near you.
A new patent application reveals that Google has worked on smart contact lenses with teensy embedded cameras.
First, Google hopes the lenses can help diabetics track their glucose levels. Beyond that—well, you thought Glass was a far out idea.