The world of code is where Google’s destiny lies.
The thousands of attendees at the Google I/O developers conference this week are unwitting guinea pigs for the company’s latest Big Data experiment. And they don’t seem to have a problem with that.
Turns out there’s already a social service designed for wearable computing.
Google today announced seven new additions to its Glassware app stable: Facebook, Twitter, Evernote, Tumblr, CNN news updates, Elle fashion features and a Glass-only game called Ice Breaker.
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Google announced a ton of stuff at its I/O developers conference Wednesday morning. But a few key things were conspicuously missing.
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Long live the Web. We only need one of it.
It’s a developer-focused I/O this year, all right. Google devoted quite a bit of its keynote to tools and innovations intended to improve the lives of its Android developers.
It’s anyone with a website, anyone with a smartphone. You don’t have to be a coder to shape the future of technology.
Flip the headset off your head, upside down, and click.