Hacking What You See With Google Glass

By Robert Vamosi | 5/2/13 2:41 PM

After apparently rooting Google Glass last week, researcher Jay Freeman now says he's found something scarier.

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Google Glass Rooted -- Already

By Robert Vamosi | 4/29/13 4:17 AM

While Google Glass is only a few hands these days, someone has gone and rooted it late last week.

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Google Glass Runs Android

By Robert Vamosi | 4/22/13 3:53 AM

It's official: Google Glass runs Android.

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Android Games Center, Coming Soon From Google?

By Robert Vamosi | 4/20/13 1:21 AM

While investigating the details about Google Glass, one blog has found evidence of a new Android Games Center.

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Google Glass Apps Appear At SXSW

By Robert Vamosi | 3/13/13 1:26 AM

At least three apps designed to work with Google's new Google Glass product have appeared at SXSW this week.

Blogger TheDroidGuy said Google showcased an app being developed with The New York Times to display the headline, an image, and a byline of current news.

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Will Designers Design Killer Apps On Google Glass?

By Robert Vamosi | 3/7/13 6:47 AM

If you build it, will they come?

According to Technology Review it is unclear whether there will be an appetite for new Google Glass apps right away. One statup, Augmedix, is making a Google Glass app for doctors, not for their patients. Another idea is that teachers might benefit from having the glasses, so they could see which students might be struggling more with a lesson than their peers. But these ideas are industry specific and nascent.

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Google Gives Developers First Look At Its Glass Product

By Robert Vamosi | 1/16/13 3:33 AM

Not only is Google ready to hand its Glass Project over to developers, it plans to hold a two-day "Glass Foundry" hacking event in both San Francisco and New York.

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BYOGG - Beware Your Own Google Glasses

By Robert Vamosi | 7/3/12 4:08 AM

One of the underlying themes of my book When Gadgets Betray Us is that cool gadgets beget new security concerns. Apparently someone at RSA agrees.

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