The glasses have a basic green text display and feel a bit like a computer monitor from the 1980s
Lenovo has established the 'NBD' program to partner with companies on smart devices
Now you can be a Glass Explorer without sacrificing your feminine fashion sense. But you'll need to pony up major cash for the privilege.
The smartglasses are still prototypes, but hope to gain support and enter the market
In Episode 2 of WRoW, Jon Phillips digs into LG's new heart-rate monitor, Google's new Glass chief, and Epson's second-gen smartglasses.
Because every major mobile manufacturer must apparently have something "smart" for your face and wrist.
The glasses being developed by the Tokyo eyewear maker for a 2015 release can measure fatigue and concentration levels, alerting drivers to dangerous situations.
In an unusual move, Google pulls in more Explorers at the Players Championship in Ponte Verde, Fla.
It's the face wearable that's actually shipping. The Moverios aren't stylish, but who cares when you're using them for work?