Technology has advanced to the point where we can have computers in our contact lenses, but they aren't comfortable. One scientist is changing this.
Perhaps in response to the privacy concerns surrounding Glass, Google has announced a new policy regarding facial recognition apps.
Apple's Tim Cook gave the first official response from the company regarding the much talked about Google Glass device and his verdict might surprise some.
Remember how weird it was to stick a phone's camera annoyingly in front of something back in the day? Google Glass is worse. Way worse.
In a letter directed to Google CEO Larry Page, members of Congress have asked that the company answer questions regarding how the device addresses privacy concerns.
The Google I/O conference has already revealed several cool new products, but it a meet up with co-founder Sergey Brin offered a real hint at what's next for Google Glass.
Concept video shows off how Google Glass might work once its software ecosystem is fully stocked with innovative apps.
Developed as a hackathon entry aimed at the medical applications of Google Glass, this hack is the first to offer the headgear facial recognition software.
The best look into what Google Glass can really do. (Hint: it's kind of amazing).
Tech correspondent Randall Meeks (played by Fred Armisen) stopped by SNL's Weekend Update to talk about the "awesomeness" of Google Glass.