That was easy: Google Glass gets its first porn app, immediately gets banned
Glass developer MiKandi released Google Glass' first pornography application on Monday. Too bad for them that Google just updated its Glass terms of service to ban porn applications.
Sorry, no facial recognition in Google Glass
Google said the company won't approve of any facial recognition applications on their new Google Glass hardware. But is such an important decision even up to the Internet search giant anymore?
Google Glass has new competition from Atheer Labs
Atheer Labs has developed a headset which will create a more interactive world with a 3D virtual reality overlay. Can the bulky system take on, or complement, Google Glass?
Tim Cook: Wearable computing tech, 'Yes,' Google Glass, 'No'
Tim Cook faced a probing inquiry by AllThingsD's Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher on Tuesday night. The Apple CEO talked of a good many things — especially about wearable computing.
Google Glass app can control thermostat designed by ex-Apple engineers
A new app for Google Glass allows users to control a Nest Labs thermostat with nothing more than a few voice commands.
Facial recognition comes to Google Glass
Facial recognition may be great for tagging friends in Facebook photos, but what about finding information on individuals in a crowd? One third-party developer is seeking to let Google Glass do just that, so long as pesky privacy concerns don't get in the way.
Glassholes: Will Google Glass ever be a success?
Two sides. How Glassholes will shape the world and how non-users will react.
Secret Google Glass apps Google doesn't want you to know
Google hasn't been honest with the users of its $1,500 Google Glass. In fact, the Internet search giant appears to have hidden some very useful features in the device. But some dedicated hackers have found a way to enable them.
Google Glass to use stunning high-end Samsung OLED displays
Google has reportedly contracted Samsung to use its high-end OLED displays in Google Glass when it makes the wearable tech available to the public.
Google Glass To Begin Shipping To Regular People
8,000 sets of Google Glass are about to be released to Explorers, but how many of them will actually shell out $1,500 for them? We're guessing a lot.
'Prescription Edition' Google Glass Prototypes Seen At Google I/O
"Prescription Edition" Google Glass was spotted during the Google I/O 2013 in San Francisco.
Google Glass Monthly Software Updates To Add Features, Apps, And More
Google has announced that it will be releasing monthly software updates to Google Glass before it makes the wearable tech available to the public.
Google Glass Gets New Apps
Google Glas hasn't made much of an appearance at Google's annual I/O developers conference. Until today. In a breakout session "Developing for Glass" Google announced several new app for its premier wearable computing device. Here are the details.
Google Glass: Why Most People Refuse To Wear Them
Google Glass is coming, whether you like it or not. But that doesn't mean everyone wants one.