Eric Schmidt is right: using Google Glass is weird. Here’s my experience
apr 2013 26

Google Chairman Eric Schmidt has said he finds having to talk to Google Glass out loud to control the interface “the weirdest thing” and that there are gong to the “places where Google Glass are inappropriate.” My own experience of trying out the device, even briefly, confirmed to me that this product simply will not become a mass-market device any time soon. Indeed, if it has any future at all will be either in disappearing inside normal glasses, or being used by industry. I can’t see it becoming a ubiquitous as the smartphone in any way, and here’s why.

Google Glass gets Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr Apps
mag 2013 18

Google Glass is about to get even more apps, from Facebook and Twitter to Tumblr and CNN. During a “Developing for Glass” session during its Google I/O conference on Thursday, Google announced several big-name apps for the high-tech glasses, representing a vote of confidence for the technology from a number of the industry’s largest players.

The Must Connected Guy In The World
mar 2019 29

LONDON – Do you think you’re the most connect person in the world? Just because you spend the day on social networks, surfing in front of a display, either because you wear a pair of Google glass or upload from time to time your Gopro video on YT? If you think that because you do that every day, you won’t be anything compare to Chris Dancy who describes himself “the most connected guy in the world”.