Just a month after a top Google executive said Glass wouldn't be officially released for another year, sources say the computerized eyeglasses actually should ship by the end of this year.
The research is backed by the U.S. Naval Undersea Warfare Center and the Office of Naval Research, which are looking for self-powering, autonomous robots to do underwater surveillance or to monitor the environment.
Google has pushed out an update to Glass, its upcoming futuristic, computerized eyeglasses.
A year before Google's futuristic-looking, computerized eyeglasses are even expected to hit the market, they have been banned--again.
NASA Friday released photos taken by three smartphones as they orbited Earth.
Budweiser is trying to make it easier to make friends--Facebook friends--when you're drinking beer.
NASA engineers are waiting to see if they can pull a long-running Mars rover out of stand-by mode.
NASA has launched three Google-HTC Nexus One smartphones into space in what scientists hope will be the lowest-cost satellites ever tested.
With Google's futuristic wearable computers on the way, one research firm calculates that the worldwide market for smart glasses could reach nearly 10 million units by 2016.
Americans spend more time on social networks than other Internet users, according to a study by Experian Marketing Services.
Google moves to keep up with its mobile users, updating search on devices this week.
The group will focus on immigration reform that includes both border security and a path to citizenship, along with higher school standards and support for teachers.
Microsoft took a big swing at Facebook Friday, calling the social network's new Home launcher an old idea.
Google said Wednesday that it will reach out to "several thousand" people through Twitter and its Google+ social network to take part in its Explorer project for trying out its computerized eyewear.