A bar in Seattle bans the tech, partly as a joke but partly out of privacy concerns.
Google Glass is promising to be one of the most disruptive devices we've seen in recent memory, and now a new developer app gives the wearer a people identifier without the use of facial recognition.
For better or worse, dating will never be the same with Google Glass.
JetBlue entered Google's "If I Had Glass" contest in a bid to be an early purchaser of the device, but it's the company's concept images that really show off the potential of Glass for travel.
Google's Sergey Brin says Google Glass is a much better experience than staring at a smartphone all day.
Google Glass is coming out sooner than we expected. It'll cost less, too.
Google has shows us exactly how its Glass wearable computer works, and in the process has offered a new batch up for sale to the public.
Sick of Apple stores and Microsoft stores? You might be able to shop at a Google store by the end of the year.
New York City's subways remain a reliable form of transport for even the richest in the city, including the likes of a certain visiting billionaire from Google.
The buzz around Google Glass is that it could revolutionize mobile computing. But how will the company drive the device into the hands of trendsetting early adopters? A new augmented reality game for Android devices could provide a clue.