Google will be using a display only on one of the three new Google Glass models, while the other more consumer-friendly ones will rely on audio.
Soon after Google stopped the sale of its Glass Explorer Edition, the chatter online suggested the possibility of an upcoming 'Enterprise Edition'.
Google has now been awarded a patent which enables a Glass-like head-mounted display to automatically take pictures when it recognizes a consumer's fingers. The device is capable of making any additional cropping, white balance and exposure adjustments as well.
Global e-commerce sales made through mobile devices are expected to cross $638 billion (roughly Rs. 40,56,161 crores) by 2018, says a joint study by Assocham and Deloitte.
Finally, there seems to be some evidence that Google's prestigious Glass project is moving forward.
Italian eyewear maker Luxottica has announced it is working with Google to build version 2.0 of the eye wearable Google Glass device.
Those who love the BMW Mini, here is another reason to go for it - the German carmaker has unveiled an eye-wearable device like Google Glass that helps Mini drivers receive messages, get navigation tips and get to park their vehicle with ease.
Got two left feet? Don’t worry, Google Glass could teach you to dance by identifying songs and suggesting moves in real time.
Now, Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt told The Wall Street Journal that the Glass technology is 'too important to scrap' and will now continue under Nest's Tony Fadell who will “make it ready' for the future.
Music flooded into the streets around Austin's convention center as South by Southwest's music festival kicked off and the interactive portion wrapped up.
Google was wrong to let expectations about its Glass wearable gadget get overheated, the head of the Google X research lab said on Tuesday.
The world's first plastic surgery procedure performed using Google Glass has shown promising use of the eye-wearable device in plastic surgery.
Sony has began taking orders for SmartEyeglass internet-linked eyewear, moving ahead in the market as Google steps back to revise its Glass strategy.
Google Glass is not dead and many firms in the medical, industrial and other sector are still relying on Glass.
Why did Google Glass come to an end so abruptly? New York Times' Nick Bilton had done a detailed story highlighting exactly how the whole Glass project went off the rails.
Google along with toy-maker Mattel has sent out an invite that reads "view what's possible."
Google plans to keep making ambitious and costly bets on futuristic products, even if it means shelving some of its most beloved projects. The Internet search company acknowledged for the first time on Thursday major problems with its Google Glass wearable computer, noting that it was time for a "pause" and a strategy "reset."