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The Pros and Cons of Google Glass for Business Travel

Despite some drawbacks, Google's futuristic eyewear can be an indispensable travel device.

Taylor Hatmaker

· 4 min read

Congress to Google: Glass Privacy Issues Must Be Taken Seriously

In a letter to chief executive Larry Page, lawmakers demand answers on how the tech giant plans to protect citizens' private data.

Jason Fell

· 2 min read

6 Ways Google Glass Can Supercharge Your Workflow

From eliminating web search to streamlining email, how Google's computerized glasses can improve your productivity.

Taylor Hatmaker

· 11 min read

Beyond Smartphones: Mobile Innovation That Could Change the Way You Do Business

A look at four types of devices that are pushing the boundaries of mobile capabilities.

Amy Gahran

· 5 min read

My First 48 Hours Wearing Google Glass

Here are some initial impressions of Google's much-anticipated computerized glasses.

Taylor Hatmaker

· 5 min read

Google Glass Competitor? Startup Creates Its Own Computerized Headset

A new device called Telepathy One focuses on real-time video broadcasting.

Brian Patrick Eha

· 3 min read

From Battery to Camera to Wi-Fi: Tech Specs Released for Google Glass

The much-anticipated computerized glasses will come with a 5-megapixel camera, 16 GB of storage, and more.

Jason Fell

· 2 min read

Smartwatch Wars: Microsoft Possibly Developing Wearable Tech, Too

Samsung, Apple and Google said to be among the other companies building a smartwatch.

Megan Rose Dickey

· 1 min read

VC Heavyweights to Fund Tech Startups Creating Google Glass Apps

New group called the Glass Collective calls Google's wearable computer "the future" of technology.

Brian Patrick Eha

· 3 min read

Smartwatch Battle: What An Apple, Google and Samsung Smartwatch Might Mean For You

Forget about the smartphone wars. These companies are getting into wearable tech.

Megan Rose Dickey

· 5 min read

A Look at 'Google Glass' and What the Computerized Glasses Can Do

Google releases details on its forthcoming 'augmented reality' head-mounted display.

Megan Rose Dickey

· 1 min read