Yep, that’s what I said and here’s why I believe it. We have become a cell phone obsessed society. Walk into any mall or restaurant in America and what do you see? People disconnected from the human beings that surround them in favor of the digital humans they interact with via their phones–be it a text message, checking their Facebook or taking a selfie for Pinterest. Google Glass will give us back that lost bit of our humanity. Continue reading “Opinion: Google Glass is going to change humanity”
Google announced today on its official Google Glass Google+ page that Glass is now available to anyone that wants to buy it. The previous terms of the explorer program are still in effect, and this deal is subject to availability. Continue reading “Google Glass is now in public beta, available to everyone”
When Google first started the Glass Explorer Program, the device was only available to I/O 2012 attendees. Since then, Google has introduced many different ways of purchasing Glass that have expanded the program; some of these include the #IfIHadGlass contest, Explorer invites, and the recent one day sale. The newest addition to that list is Google’s first public sales attempt at last weeks The Player’s Championship, a golf tournament that took place in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. Continue reading “Google tried to sell Glass to affluent golfers at tournament”
[This was an April Fools joke; see the source links below]
Google has announced this morning that Google Glass, the company’s famed wearable computer, will be made available to the public this summer for just $399.