Hardware update will bring a mono earbud and support for prescription glasses to Google's augmented-reality specs.
Google will soon be selling trendy versions of its futuristic Glass eyewear, courtesy of Belgian-born designer Diane Von Furstenberg.
Along with OpenTable, the apps aim to help people plan their trips, check in at specific locations, and land a table at a right restaurant.
Expect to see more people walking around with the computer-enabled eyeglasses -- as Google exclaims, “things are moving really fast” in its one-day sale.
Legislation aimed at barring the use of Glass have stalled in many states. One professor suggests changing the wording of the bills.
This month's Google Glass update is packed full of features sure to make Explorers smile this holiday season.
Ivy Ross, Art.com's former marketing guru, has a long history in fashion, working for Calvin Klein, Coach, and Gap.
After many months of hype, now anyone can pay $1,500 to be threatened by surly Luddite pub patrons.
A "listen to" voice command and new stereo earbuds will be rolled out as part of a broader effort on Google's part to bring more music to the eyewear.
Babak Parviz, a Google X director who led development of the product, talks about the beginnings of Glass, and where he hopes it will go.