The Google Glass experiments and hacks continue with augmented reality.
A group of developers has announced plans to introduce a Google Glass app that will detect emotions by mapping human faces and they've just posted a video showing how the app will work.
A new game made for Google Glass allows wearers to point and shoot at targets overlaid on the real world to rack up points.
A new start-up has emerged to challenge the smartwatch aspirations of the big companies by introducing a device that can be controlled gestures.
Watch out, snarky web commenters. You're being watched.
Hardcore users of Skype who use the service to keep in touch with family and friends across the globe now have another way to stay in touch: free video messaging.
Amazon has released software that makes the process of storyboarding a script as quick and easy as using most image editing tools.
YouTube update allows anyone to instantly transform normal looking video footage into epic reels of slow motion drama.
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.
A British window and door company is the unlikely host of a simple yet magical bit of coding that uses Google to transport visitors around the world.