Google Glass, Moto 360 now available via Play Store

This week, to add to all the hysteria at IFA 2014, Google has updated its device store on the Google Play displays with two new devices – that is the Google Glass Explorer Edition and the Moto 360. It’s worth mentioning that Glass was already made available in the UK, but now it’s available in the US as well – at least, conveniently through the Google Play Store. Also, Motorola’s new roundface thingamajig has also been made available. It has taken a while, but it is a relief to finally say that Google Glass is now available for the US … Continue reading Google Glass, Moto 360 now available via Play Store

Baby boomers try Glass for the first time, hilarity ensues

“The Google Glass.” That’s how more than a few elders in our society phrased Google Glass after seeing it the first time. A new video highlights what happens when Mom and Pop get hold of Glass. Most had no idea what it was at first, and at least one woman was mildly frightened to even touch it. Let’s give the baby boomers a break, though — they were around just ahead of things like smartphones and touch screens. They also had no idea what the open beta product was, for the most part. Those that had heard of it — … Continue reading Baby boomers try Glass for the first time, hilarity ensues

Google Glass Gets More iPhone-Friendly

Google Glass is no longer quite as crippled if you’re using an iPhone now that Google has released its MyGlass app for iOS. The app allows iPhone users to get turn-by-turn directions through their $1500 headgear. It also lets users “screencast” Glass video back to the iPhone, add Glass apps, and manage settings and contacts. Google Glass did work on the iPhone before, but it didn’t support turn-by-turn directions or text messages. Although texting still isn’t available, iPhone users can send messages through Google Hangouts. There’s just one big advantage that Android users still have over iPhone users: With Android, Google Glass … Continue reading Google Glass Gets More iPhone-Friendly

Google Glass’ new apps land, Winkfeed and weather alerts for your face

It looks like Google’s list of available Glassware has gotten a bit longer today, with a focus on news alerts and Hangouts. Delivering information via Google Glass – or really any wearable technology — is a challenge. You have to be able to clearly convey your message in a way that can be consumed by either glancing down at your wrist or up at your Glass display. Because of this challenge, Google has been working closely with several developers so their apps can be seen as golden examples of how to pass on information to users. Those apps have been released today, in … Continue reading Google Glass’ new apps land, Winkfeed and weather alerts for your face

These Photographs Prove That Google Glass Will Change Photography Forever

Google Glass is the most sought after gadget in the world today. Over a period of time, Google has released details about its various features and various hardware upgrades have also been rolled out. If you are still wondering how life would be with Google Glass – well, we can just say it will be awesome. Google Glass has the ability to take 5MP photographs and can make 720p videos. These specifications are not very high but Google has managed to put some impressive digital processing behind Glass camera which deliver crisp and vibrant images. Today we have put together … Continue reading These Photographs Prove That Google Glass Will Change Photography Forever