Topic: google glass

Google gives developers access to Glass Enterprise Edition 2

Google is continuing to try to make Google Glass a reality. The company just announced the Enterprise Edition 2 is now available to developers.  The smart glasses were first announced in 2013 with a consumer focus, but after interest quickly died down the company set its sights into making the device available to enterprises. The … continue reading

Google unveils new enterprise edition of the Google Glass

Google is not giving up on its augmented reality wearable device: the Google Glass. Despite the dwindling interest in the device over the last couple of years, Google is releasing a new enterprise edition in the hopes of gaining back some momentum. The Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2 comes with an improved platform, a powerful … continue reading

Report: Google Glass development lives on

Is Google Glass really still a thing? Apparently, it is. Google reportedly has not given up on the wearable device. Cody Toombs, software engineer and writer for Android Police, revealed his MyGlass app, the companion app to the Google Glass, recently received an update after years of silence. MyGlass is used to help users set … continue reading

Google Glass startup secures $17 million, QAComplete 11.0, and Mozilla fights for encryption—SD Times news digest: April 25, 2016

Google Glass could be coming to health systems, as startup Augmedix has secured US$17 million in a strategic round of funding that includes investments from Sutter Health, Dignity Health, Catholic Health Initiatives, TriHealth, and one other. This round of funding allows Augmedix to scale Google Glass powered service across the health systems and private clinics. … continue reading

New Google Glass Enterprise Edition details emerge

Earlier this year, it was speculated that Google was working on an Enterprise Edition of its wearable device Google Glass. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has published new filings that provide more details into this newest edition. According to the new images, the Enterprise Edition will be slicker, provide a larger display prism (which was … continue reading

Google Glass being used to help those with autism

A group of researchers from Stanford University have found a new use for Google’s wearable device. The researchers are using it as a behavioral aid for individuals with autism spectrum disorders. Individuals on the spectrum often have a hard time recognizing emotions or reading social cues, and the researchers believe the Google Glass can help … continue reading

Google is working on an Enterprise Edition of Google Glass

Google isn’t giving up on the Google Glass yet, and it looks like the company has changed the direction it’s taking the wearable. The next iteration of Google Glass is expected to be an “Enterprise Edition,” not a consumer product, 9to5Google reports. Google has been working on revitalizing the wearable that was first made available … continue reading

Google Glass made by Luxottica, NSA surveillance activities report, and Software AG to lead Predixion’s funding—SD Times news digest: April 27, 2015

Google Glass may be coming back to the market soon. According to the Wall Street Journal, eyewear maker Luxottica is currently developing a new version of Google’s augmented reality eyewear. Google shut down its Google Glass Explorer Program in January, but said it was still committed to launching it as a consumer product. A spokeswoman … continue reading

Microsoft announces Azure App Service, releases Windows 10 developer tooling preview, and partners with Samsung and Adobe—SD Times news digest: March 24, 2015

Microsoft is unveiling a new cloud service designed to provide developers an easier way to build Web and mobile apps that support multiple platforms and devices. Azure App Service is an integrated solution that features capabilities from Azure Websites, Azure Mobile Services and Azure BizTalk Services. The solution includes Web apps, mobile apps, logic apps … continue reading

Google’s Jack & Jill Android compilers, Intel-powered Google Glass, and an enterprise Big Data analytics report—SD Times news digest: Dec. 1, 2014

Google is developing two new compilers, codenamed Jack and Jill, to replace the current javac and dex compilers used in its Android mobile operating system. According to a blog post from Saikoa, a Belgian mobile development software company that discovered build tools labeled Jack and Jill in the latest Android SDK, the tools will streamline … continue reading

Developers losing interest in Google Glass, report finds

When the Google Glass was first released, the company promised to provide seamless, beautiful and empowering technology all through a consumer’s eyes. But with the device in the hands of developers for more than a year, a new report finds that the Glass is more than half empty, as developers are losing interest and the … continue reading

Business use cases come to forefront at Google Glass conference

The usefulness of wearable devices in the business world was the focus of today’s keynote at GGDevCon, the Google Glass developer conference. The event detailed numerous business use cases for the device, and laid out the ways in which many enterprises are experimenting with Glass in the field. Steve Willinger, business development manager at Google, … continue reading

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