glass

  • Sony Outs Clip-On Smart Glass Module For Sports

    Sony Outs Clip-On Smart Glass Module For Sports

    More Sony news. In a pre-CES announcement that’s perhaps hoping to draw eyeballs away from the toxic fallout of the Sony Pictures email hack — or, more likely, hoping to suck up a little oxygenated publicity ahead of the consumer electronic scrum in January — Sony has today announced its own take on Google Glass. Read More

  • This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: CarPlay, Google Glass + Intel, And Star Wars

    This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: CarPlay, Google Glass + Intel, And Star Wars

    Friday is a beautiful thing, and this morning’s podcast celebrates that. Pioneer released a new version of its in-car AppRadio system that integrates CarPlay, and the WSJ reported that Intel would replace TI under the hood of the next version of Google Glass. Meanwhile, the tech world is salivating over the new Star Wars trailer. Read More

  • Google Glass Frames By Diane Von Furstenberg Now On Sale In The U.S.

    Google Glass Frames By Diane Von Furstenberg Now On Sale In The U.S.

    Google has new frames available for Glass buyers, and they’re specially designed by Diane von Furstenberg. These are the chicest Google Glass frames you can buy, for the time being, and they come in multiple sunglass tints, plus a single pair of optical frames in different colors. The designs are all Glass compatible, but you can also get Glass in a bundle with one pair of the sunglasses… Read More

  • Google Wallet Is Coming To Glass

    Google Wallet Is Coming To Glass

    Google Wallet is coming to Glass soon. According to a source close to the company, Google is currently testing a way for Glass users to send money to their friends through Wallet by simply using their voices to ask Glass to “send money.” The company is testing this service internally right now, but chances are it will launch to all Glass users in the near future. Read More

  • Sorry, But Google Glass Isn’t Actually For Sale To Everybody Yet

    Sorry, But Google Glass Isn’t Actually For Sale To Everybody Yet

    Rumor has it that Google Glass is currently for sale to anybody in the United States. Sadly (or not — depending on your feelings about Glass), that’s not actually the case. While the Google Glass store is indeed open and seems to be taking orders (Update: all the models are sold out now), Google tells us that this isn’t the public launch of Glass to anybody who wants to… Read More

  • If You Want Google Glass, Now’s Your Chance

    If You Want Google Glass, Now’s Your Chance

    It’s been nearly a year since Google released the Google Glass face computer, and still only a select few have had access to the thing. But that’s all about to change. On Tuesday April 15 (perhaps to take your mind off of taxes), Google is opening up a new batch of Google Glass units to explorers, according to an email sent out to those who had signed up for more information on… Read More

  • Google Glass Gets KitKat Support And Improved Photo Browsing, Loses Video Calls

    Google Glass Gets KitKat Support And Improved Photo Browsing, Loses Video Calls

    Anybody will be able to buy Google Glass tomorrow, but ahead of this, Google is giving the Glass software an update. There are a couple of new features in this update, including new tools for making working with photos easier, but Google has also decided to remove the option to do video calls from Glass for the time being. Read More

  • Print Your Own Offline Glass

    Print Your Own Offline Glass

    Remember a few months ago when I talked about the Offline Glass, a clever hack by a Brazilian ad agency that ensures that you and your good friends will be focused on chatting and drinking rather than futzing with your cellphones? Well now you can 3D print your own glass on almost any printer. Read More

  • Save $224 With This 3D-Printed Adapter To Affix Google Glass To Standard Frames

    Save $224 With This 3D-Printed Adapter To Affix Google Glass To Standard Frames

    Google is now selling its own Glass-compatible frames for prescription lenses, but they’ll set you back $225 a pair, lenses not included. That’s a bit steep, especially when you’ve already forked over $1,500 for Glass itself. A DIY project from design studio Pixil 3D can modify Glass to work with your existing prescription glasses for under $1 in material costs, provided… Read More

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. ...