Google Lens allows the Glass camera to capture more of its surroundings
Google hasn't given up on the concept of high-tech eyewear, but admits it must go back to the drawing board.
Its future as a consumer product is uncertain, but Glass isn't going away—at least, not yet.
Google will discontinue the $1,500 Glass Explorer Edition, with no consumer launch in sight.
A tech company as big as Google is bound to do some amazing things every year, but it's also not immune to failure. Let's look back at where the search giant went right and wrong in 2014.
The development would dovetail with Intel's push into wearables.
A launch in 2015 is seen as “likely,” but nothing's a given as interest slips.
Bootleg recording paranoia reaches new heights as the movie industry places a ban on wearable devices like Google Glass. Not that the battery would last through a full film anyway.
Google's ban on Glass facial recognition gets sidestepped by the police.
Glass takes off in yet another airport, letting workers translate documents and look up flight info.