Perhaps in response to the privacy concerns surrounding Glass, Google has announced a new policy regarding facial recognition apps.
Officials at Germany's national railway company have announced plans to begin testing drones in order to protect its property from vandals.
A new kind of facial detection system can pick your face out of a crowd and tell if you're bored, distracted, or focused.
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.
In a wide ranging interview, Google chairman Eric Schmidt drops some interesting news regarding the public launch date for Google Glass.
The chairman of Google, Eric Schmidt, gave an interview to a U.K. paper this weekend during which he called for the regulation of drones for private citizens.
You didn't think you'd be able to stroll into a movie theater or a casino with Google Glass on, now did you?
Taser International has released the Axon Flux, which the company claims will change policing.
An Oregon-based company claims that it has come up with a device that will allow anyone to become invisible to aerial drones.
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.