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Google Glass to gain local apps, but not cellular connection

Google Glass creator Babak Parviz told Hot Chips conference attendees about a couple of new features you can expect from future versions of Google Glass.

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Tennis pro hopes to play at Wimbledon wearing Google Glass

A professional tennis player hopes to wear Google Glass at the famed Wimbledon tennis tournament next week.

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Google Glass apps for enterprises coming by early 2014

A company that specializes in Google apps is developing a series of enterprise applications for Google Glass that should be available late this year or early 2014.

Google Glass apps for enterprises coming by early 2014

A company that specializes in Google apps is developing a series of enterprise applications for Google Glass that should be available late this year or early 2014.

Google Glass privacy concerns raised by international data protection authorities

The Canadian privacy commissioner and 36 other data protection authorities on Tuesday raised privacy concerns about Google Glass in an open letter to CEO Larry Page.

Wearable computing pioneer Steve Mann: Who watches the watchmen?

We chat with Steve Mann about Glass, privacy, and the benefits of wearable tech.

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Google Glass competitors vie for attention as industry grows

Plenty of eyes may be focused on Google Glass as the device attracts attention in the field of "augmented reality," but a crop of other players developing their own glasses-like products are also hoping to stand out as the industry matures.

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Google says 'no' to sexually explicit content on Glass

Google Glass can, in theory, be used for lots of things, but sexually explicit material is one area now off limits to developers.

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Google Glass not to allow face recognition for now

Google will not allow face recognition on its Glass wearable computer for now, until there are strong privacy protections.

Three days of Google I/O, as seen through Google Glass

This is how my Google Glass headset photographed a three-hour keynote and 72 hours of developer workshops.