All editions have been scooped up, but Google says it's looking for ways to expand the Explorer program.
As the Explorer edition goes on sale to normal folks Tuesday, the smartglasses promise better battery life, new photo features, and user-interface improvements.
No, it's not the much-anticipated consumer release. But now the Explorer version of Glass will be available to anyone who can pony up the $1500.
Why wait for the network feed when you can tap directly into a sports arena's video system?
Google Glass may or may not be a consumer hit, but the business applications for Glass could be far reaching.
OK, it's not like Gucci is getting into the smartwatch business. But this wearable tech actually adopts a fashion-forward aesthetic.
Patience, patience, young Explorer. Tomorrow's Glass will be more fashionable than today's.
University researchers develop spyware for Glass that snaps pictures and sends them to a remote server
Today's Glass Explorer edition will eventually look like a quaint relic of yesteryear, Google shares in a 10-point, myth-busting blog.
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