Brian Tong here with everything Google we can pack inside of a show.
And I'm here to tell you, despite rumors of its Demise.
Glass is not dead.
We've talked in the past about how an updated enterprise version of Glass is being field tested and the Glass for work startup Augmedix has raised $17 million in funding from five leading health care systems.
To continue to deploy wearable solutions for doctors.
Now this video showcases how doctors are using glasses right now to access forms, prescriptions, medical history and more while talking to the patients.
CrowdOptic is also another glass for work start up that provides video streaming services.
For ambulance fees, for hospital, wide surgery video fees, and they also work with sports [UNKNOWN] like the Denver Broncos.
They just reached their ten thousand video stream.
Now even if it's not for the consumer right now, Your finally seeing how glasses settle themselves in the specific youth cases that are extremely helpful.
We also talked about Android [UNKNOWN] last week and the [UNKNOWN] google [UNKNOWN] schedule.
Has been released with a couple interesting sessions.
Google's vision for VR will be hosted at their main stage, and will cover what they've built, learned and where they're going.
There's also a few Project Tango relation sessions with a reported Tango and cardboard mashup Potentially coming soon, but some rumor reports believe we'll see Google's gear VR like headset of their own at IO this year as well.
Google continues to test it's self driving car.
If you think about it these cars have to Basically be perfect before we even see them on the road, which is no small feat.
But Chinese search engine Bai-du wants a piece of the pie and announced their own self driving car research and development center in Sunnyvale, California.
That's basically google's back yard.
Now they recently hired a test auto pilot software engineer and google better be making sure their fences are a little higher because you know [UNKNOWN] is going to try to peak over that fence once in a while.
Also Google looks like they're finally committing to the Chrome OS with the full Android app library after a recent finding from a Reddit user found the ability to enable Android apps to run on your Chrome book in the settings.
Now users only had a handful of apps in the past, what this could mean Chrome OS is opening the flood gates and is likely this is something that get's more attention at IO.
And Sony has announced that the Android and developer Preview is now available for the Xperia Z3 phone.
It works for the D6603 and 6653 variants.
Sony is the first OEM to bring the dev Preview to us users and last year they also allowed owners to test the marshmallow concept software months Before it's release.
And if you're still not seeing podcasts in the play music app yet, try just refreshing your account.
Go in the music settings, hit refresh in the account section and you should see the podcast options now.
See, easy peasy.
And in the most important news that we weren't able to cover in last week's show The Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are now available in a color they call pink gold.
sure it looks nothing like Apple's rose gold.
In fact, they say it's inspired by skin tone.
If they really wanted to be ballsy, Samsung should of just called it skin.
Alright that's going to do it for this week you can email us at Googlicious at cnet dot com or tweet me at Brian Tong.
Thanks so much for watching we'll catch y'all next time for some more of that Googlicious.
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