Virtual reality has been heralded as the next step in technological advancement. Companies have promised the seamless integration of the real and unreal. But is VR ready to make the leap?
By now, you have probably heard about the Google Glass wearable computer. Soon, a new start up will begin selling 3-D eye wear with technology so sophisticated, it could help crime fighters stop crime before it happens.
They’re a little strange looking, controversial and aren’t even available to the public yet. But Google Glass may soon become the next hottest thing in mobile communication.
Regular people will be able to purchase Google Glass eyewear by the end of 2013 for less than $1,500, sources have confirmed to CNET.
Google plans to open its own retail stores across the United States, according to a new report, giving the increasingly hardware-focused company a place to show off its growing number of physical products.
Google led global industry in attracting “media value” — a measure that attempts to put a dollar value on buzz — in the second quarter of 2012.