Questions of privacy arise after a woman says she was "verbally and physically assaulted" for wearing the device in a San Francisco bar.
Citizen footage widened the lens of civil unrest in Ferguson, Mo., and it brought live-streaming to popular attention in the US unlike any confrontation has before.
The tech giant offers free demos of its computer-enabled eyeglasses in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York.
Jason Jones of "The Daily Show" talks with Glass Explores, or as he calls them "Eyedouches," about being discriminated against.
Apple's brand value fell by 20 percent, according to a survey by Millward Brown research company.
In attempt to prove the high-tech specs normal, the Glassholy are gathering Saturday for nationwide "Glass Night Out" events.
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.
Kyle Russell, a journalist with Business Insider, says he had his Glass ripped from his face in San Francisco's Mission District. However, he says he understands why.
A study from market research firm Toluna suggests there is considerable emotional opposition to the idea of people wearing Glass in public.
Looking to avoid copycatting, the tech giant tries to get the word "Glass" trademarked. But the US Trademark Office isn't convinced.