The headset will reportedly work in tandem with the iPhone to display text messages, emails, maps, and even games.
Glass Enterprise Edition 2 offers a battery backup of eight hours with 820 mAh battery capacity.
Google rolled out its first Enterprise Edition of the Google Glass publicly, back in mid-2017.
Assessments show better social interaction, initiation and emotion recognition in kids with autism
This treatment could help fill a major gap in autism care due to a shortage of trained therapists.
There is no cure for autism but early diagnosis and intervention with therapies does improve the long-term outcome.
Google A65 is rumoured to have many similarities with Microsoft's HoloLens in terms of its operation style and the Qualcomm chipset being used.
Texting or taking calls on wearables while driving is just as dangerous as sending an SMS from your phone: Report
Researchers at the University of Texas experimented the implications of texting and driving while using either of phones and wearables.
Google Glass was introduced with much fanfare in 2014. At $1,500, it promised a new, bold era for information.
Vuzix Blade AR glasses may be the future of smart glasses; could become commercially available by Q2 2018
The Vuzix Blade has the entire display and its power source within frames of the glasses, something that was lacking in its previous iterations.
The company said it is using the Google Glass platform because tablets or phones require looking down.
Apple CEO Tim Cook feels that technology to make smart AR glasses 'in a quality way' does not exist today
Cook did say that the technology to create a pair of AR-ready smart glasses in a quality way, does not exist today.
Streye, a Glass for Work partner, on Tuesday started selling the eye-wearable device Google Glass Enterprise Edition starting from $1,829 (roughly Rs. 1,16,600)
After two years in a limited programme, Glass Enterprise Edition is now available to businesses through Google's network of expert partners.
For the first time since 2014, Google mysteriously released an update for the Google Glass, the augmented reality device which Google stopped selling way back in January 2015.
Sweden's newly opened Museum of Failure inducted Google Glass and Apple Newton which were either ahead of their time or the results of some bad ideas.
Patently Apple has stumbled upon an old patent which was filed and granted before Essential unveiled its new phone this week.
Apple CEO Tim Cook believes that AR will be bigger than the iPhone, but building a device won't be easy
While most of the buzz in the technology space surrounds virtual reality, Apple appears to be focussing entirely on augmented reality.
Russian scientists are using Google Glass to develop a new "virtual testing" model that may help doctors to identify Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases and other brain disorders at an early stage.
Head-up display technology — think Google Glass — offers lots of information to users in seconds, but using it while driving may not be safe.