An Australian cinematographer makes a marketing video showing how you can change lenses during a skydive (if you're into that sort of thing).
Google's Sergey Brin leads a demo of Google's Project Glass with a group of skydivers outfitted with the new video-capturing spectacles. The skydivers jump from an airplane during Google I/O while attendees watch via the company's Hangout software.
At the Google I/O conference this week, people jumped out of an airship above downtown San Francisco to demonstrate one of the many uses for Google's Glass technology, in a first-of-its-kind stunt.
This week on the Buzz Report, an early look at the Zune HD, iPhone backlash, and everything's better with skydiving.
Extreme-sports junkie Matthew Gough's parachute malfunctioned, but he sustained only minor injuries while catching his entire, horrifying descent on a helmet cam.
A GoPro action sports camera takes a tumble from a skydiver's helmet and ends up landing in a big pig mess.
Google's co-founder says the general public should have access to a final version of Project Glass about a year after developers get the Explorer Edition.
The company's annual developer conference, which this year featured death-defying stunts, returns to Moscone Center West from May 15-17.