A new patent points to Nintendo bringing their games to mobile devices. Intel partners with Google Glass and the next Samsung phone will be named...the Galaxy S6.
Intel doesn't want to repeat the billion-dollar mistakes it made in the mobile market.
Google's first wearable platform has lost its edge with users and developers. You won't have a Cartier Android watch anytime soon, and Lollipop keeps rolling out.
Astro Teller, head of the Internet giant's skunk works research lab, talks about Glass, future pricing and how the smart eyewear has become a "poster child" for privacy concerns.
It seemed like such a good name at the time, did Icis. And then suddenly it didn't. So a challenger to Google Glass must now find a new name.
Google wants to get into your bloodstream, Amazon announces their Fire TV stick and the two day smartphone battery has arrived.
You can get the look of Google Glass without dropping $1,500. You won't get any functionality either, though you may manage to make a few enemies.
The head of the Google division that makes Glass talks about the challenges of wearables, and why putting a computing device on your body is "a big ask."
A new app for Google Glass captions conversations in real-time.
The mobile payments space got competitive quickly and Samsung and Paypal are teaming up to take on Apple.
For $1,500 you, too, can be a Google Glass Explorer.
A Germany research institution adapts its facial recognition software for Google Glass, but promises to keep the data out of the cloud.
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