Commentary: Forget the privacy issues -- it was a long list of other shortcomings, social and technical, that doomed Glass. Can Google learn for the next go-round?
While Robert Scoble posts pictures of himself wearing Google Glass in the shower, those of a more intellectual bent offer that there are historical reasons why Google Glass may never catch on.
Tech personality Robert Scoble boldly declares that he wears Google Glass in public restrooms. Is this a recipe for a brouhaha?
At Palo Alto Research Center, Daniel Brusilovsky, founder of Teens in Tech Labs, moderated the Teens in Tech conference last week. Six incubator teams presented their start-up ideas to an audience of 200 or so parents and teens. CNET TV contributor Boonsri Dickinson checked in with one of the speaker's Robert Scoble, team members, and some members of the audience.
Speaking with tech blogger Robert Scoble, Google VP Vic Gundotra reportedly explained why Google+ policy forces people to create profiles using their real names rather than nicknames or pseudonyms.
Robert Scoble, ubiquitous in seemingly all forms of new media, is joining hosting company Rackspace and starting an online "community" for people "fanatical about the Internet," TechCrunch reports.
According to tech blogger Robert Scoble, as reported by TechCrunch, despite Apple not announcing a major voice activation upgrade during WWDC, the technology will still be included in the public iOS 5 release.
Self-proclaimed "geek blogger" Robert Scoble has nearly 48,000 followers on Twitter and he follows almost 21,000 people. How does he do it.
Robert Scoble and Microsoftie-turned-Googler Don Dodge discuss Redmond's future with CNET's Ina Fried and Rafe Needleman. Also, Technologizer has more on what Microsoft needs to do with Windows.
CNET News' Greg Sandoval has to sleep on cement, but a famous blogger can sidle up to the line minutes before the doors open for the iPhone 3G.