Google Glass
Regular people will be able to purchase Google Glass by the end of 2013 for less than $1,500, sources have confirmed to CNET. Google originally targeted a 2014 consumer release when it revealed Project Glass last year, but the timeframe has seemingly sped up in recent months with developer hack-a-thons in San Francisco and New Continue Reading →
Chromebook Pixel
Google has just announced the release of the Chromebook Pixel, its first touchscreen display computer starting at $1,299. It is available today in the Google Play store. This new Chromebook comes complete with a Gorilla Glass multi-touch screen, 12.85-inch display, 2560 x 1700 screen, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, 32GB solid state drive and 1TB of Continue Reading →
Google Glass
It’s been almost a year since Google first unveiled its vision for Project Glass, but on Wednesday the company has expanded preorders and released a new overview video, demonstrating how the glasses display interactions and services when they are in use. Google had originally opened preorders at Google I/O 2012, allowing developers and some media Continue Reading →
Google Glass
In our 2012 Google review we said that Project Glass would be an important part of the year for the search giant, and it won’t be long until we find out more. The Mountain View-based company on Wednesday sent out invitations to its first hackathons around the glasses-based technology which take place in the next Continue Reading →
Mooly Eden steps out of the world of transistors and microprocessors for a moment. “If you want a simple explanation of what we’re doing, just look to Asimov,” the head of Intel’s Perceptual Computing push says, explaining. “Or Star Trek, Star Wars, and Avatar. The ideas have been in science fiction for years, and now Continue Reading →
Arrested Development
This is the week where in TV land, 2013 gets into high gear. The annual International CES happens in Las Vegas, with more than 150,000 people expected, while TV critics across the country travel to Los Angeles for their annual winter meet with programmers. As this pair of events gets underway, here’s a collection of Continue Reading →
Google Glass Models
Google Glass has officially hit the fashion runway. Google’s smart eyeware was seen on the faces of several models at a Diane von Furstenberg (DVF) event yesterday that kicked off New York Fashion Week. The show marked a collaboration between Google and von Furstenberg that teamed up technology with the latest fashions, and the first Continue Reading →
Apple vs. Samsung
The first round of the Apple v. Samsung lawsuit is over and Apple has emerged victorious. In case you haven’t been following it, Apple sued Samsung for $2.5 billion for infringing on seven of its patents. Samsung countersued for $400 million because it needed to save face. It took the jury less than three days Continue Reading →