Google has announced a one-time offer for the existing 'Explorers' of its Glass wearable computing device to swap their old Glass for a new one. In a previous announcement, the company had said that its updated Glass hardware will be offered to new applicants as well as old 'Explorers.'
In what apparently will be the first ever court case for driving with Google's futuristic Glass wearable computing device, a new Associated Press (AP) report has revealed that a California woman - Cecilia Abadie - is fighting a traffic ticket which she got for driving with her smartglasses on.
In a Tuesday afternoon post on the Google+ social network, developer and Google fanboy François Beaufort has revealed that several new noteworthy features have been added by Google to its official Chrome OS camera app.
As part of the annual 'Giving Tuesday' celebration on December 3, Internet search giant Google has repurposed its Google+ Hangouts video broadcasting service to host a special online "Hangout-a-thon" to allow people to make charitable donations.
In a move which Google claims will "cut down the stress of travelling," the company's Street View service has visually mapped some the busiest indoor transit locations - airports as well as train stations - of the world. The majority of the mapped locations are in North America and Europe.
During the course of his speech at a conference in London on Monday, Google's executive Chairman Eric Schmidt said that the increasing use of social media in China will eventually result in liberalisation.
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