It seems that the US tech giant Google has some good news under the hood. People who could not lay their hands on the wearable technology of Google Glass can now rejoice as Droid Life reports that the company is planning to bring an advanced version of Google Glass very soon. Though the withdrawal of the Google Glass from the market in January 2015 disappointed many, now it seems the company might be planning something even better this time. GG1 is on the way According to the reports, the next version of Google Glass is expected to be named as GG1 and would work as per the latest filing of the US Federal Communications Commission or FCC. The FFC is responsible for electronic product testing for ensuring that it follows the safety standards needed before allowing human contact. The reports also indicate that the new product would be available in [+more]
As the year 2014 has come to a close, it is time to take a look back at the year that has been quite significant for tech trends. This year saw the introduction of several new gadgets and multiple high value acquisitions. Even though most of the ventures were grand success, some failed to hit success. Change in TV Viewing Experience: Digitalization of television has become evident this year as people are more interested in streaming YouTube instead of watching traditional television. Mobile payment: Mobile money transfer that has been in use for quite a while became more popular this year. New services like Paytm and Apple Pay have become a hit among users. Google Glass: Though launched with great expectations, the Google Glass did not become an instant hit. Still being experimented with, users are expecting some more changes to this latest wearable technology before they pick it up. [+more]
A woman wearing Google Glasses was attacked at a bar in San Francisco, California. It has been reported that the Google Glass owner Sarah Slocum was ‘verbally and physically assaulted and robbed’ on Saturday because she was wearing the google glasses. The consultant reportedly regrets her decision of visiting the bar late night. The police is investigating this case. Read about the Google Glass Etiquettes here. The Google Glass is the latest gear, popular among tech lovers. For now, it allows them to surf online, record videos and do a lot more. Slocum posted on her Facebook page that “she had things thrown at her because she was wearing the glasses and later her glasses were also stolen.” Fortunately, she got back her Google Glasses.
Google has released a set of guidelines to use the Google Glass perfectly. The list of instructions will be manual of kinds and serve as code of conduct to be revealed to the public, so that the worst fears of Google don’t come out to be true. Of course, Google desires its moon-shot to reach its destiny and not miss the target with a big margin. At present, the discoverers are road testing the iconic Glass and have provided some feedback to Big G. on the basis of the feedback, Google has set a code of conduct that it desires users to take to heart and follow: The gadget is perfect for right exploration of existence Similar to an auxiliary device, Google Glass permits you to carry your manual agility to highest with regards to activity analysis It allows you take pictures of people and places (of course with their [+more]
The CES 2014 could have some great tech with business implications due to the tech adoption in the business culture of today. The show will display some great developing technologies taking the tech industry ahead. The four biggest trends of CES 2014 is mentioned here. Take a look: Wearables While Google Glass set the tech world on fire in 2013, anticipations for Apple iWatch is the most expected product of 2014. Thus, we see that the wearable technology is what’s next in the etch world. At CES, fanatics will see watches, wearable glasses and cameras and health trackers that can fit on the body. The wearable premise will slide smoothly in daily life of businessmen. Don’t underestimate the calibre of this segment in the year 2014. 2. The Internet of Things The Internet of things will contribute to the highest show at the CES 2014. You can connect them to [+more]
The tech world is ablaze with excitement and hullabaloo about Google Glasses. So what exactly is the Google Glass? Read on as we explore into the territory. Starting with the basic meaning, Google Glass is created to place all the data that computers and other devices can store in front of user’s eyes. Built into spectacles, Google Glass holds a camera, display, touchpad, battery and microphone, used to take pictures, search or translate while on foot or anyplace. Based on the principle of reflector sight, Google Glass offers ‘heads-up display’ that places data in users’ field of vision. The display is same as viewing from a distance of eight feet at 25-inch HD screen. Rumor suggests Google will offer 640 x 360 resolution in the Glass with a built-in 5-megcamera camera at 720p. Using the camera, users can capture shots of what they see in the first person. One arm [+more]
Google appears to have taken a page right out of a sci-fi novel for this new innovation. Google Glass, a device that looks like a regular pair of glasses, but with all the functionality of a smartphone will most likely be launched by the end of this year. And though it comes with a steep price tag of around Rs 80,000, for what it does, we can’t help but be amazed! So what all can you really do with Google Glass? Oh, just about any of the regular stuff you depend on your smartphone for – sending SMSs (through voice commands), click pictures, record videos, et al. Google Glass can also double up as your GPS/navigator buddy by giving you directions to get around town as well as all the latest information about each place you visit. It uses Augmented Reality to give you this information. All you have to [+more]