A new device promises to give privacy-aware mobile device users the ability to instantly cut off wireless signals with a simple pouch.
In what appears to be a general response to questions about the privacy issues surrounding Glass, Google has posted a new set of Frequently Asked Questions to address the public's concerns.
Google has finally responded to privacy concerns surrounding Glass voiced by congress, but this may only be the opening salvo in what could become an ongoing public debate.
A group of international government officials just released a letter to the CEO of Google asking for details answers on the issue of privacy regarding Glass, a full year before the device is even available to the public.
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.