During a recent company presentation, Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son made a claim to a piece of technology that already appears to be a part of the Google Glass feature set.
At the recent SXSW conference, one of Google's Glass team members showed off a few apps currently being used on the device, but we didn't have video of the presentation, until now.
Securing a pair of Google Glass no easy task, which is why we shouldn't be surprised by a new solution that allows you to fake membership in wearable tech's most exclusive party.
A Virginia lawmaker has set his sights on Google Glass in a bid to enhance driver safety before the device even hits the market.
At TED, Sergey Brin offers up some insight into the original intent behind one of the most talked about gadgets in recent years.
Google Glass is going to going to cost a ton of money, so do yourself a favor and build your own for way less.
A new website is taking aim at the privacy implications of Google Glass. Early reactions to the site indicate Google may have a rough time getting everyone to accept its new eyewear.
What's a new gadget without apps? Google Glass-optimized apps are coming.
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.