You can create your own Glass apps without having Glass or any coding experience. Called Glass Sim, it is a prototyping tool for Google Glass that will let you create a quick visualization of what the app you think of looks like if it became a reality.
This internal Microsoft video spoofs Google's Chrome, and it warns consumers that the browser will track them across multiple devices. The ad is actually a parody of Google's Chrome: Now Everywhere ad (the last video below), and it parodies it down to the background mumsic.
We saw how Glass looked like in its prototype form yesterday. Now take a look at what that prototype looks like on a human head. At a Fireside chat at Google I/O, Senior industrial designer at Google, Isabelle Olsson showed off how Glass looked like originally.
Google Glass looks weird to you? Then check out these prototypes before they finally settled on the one you know today.
Google Project Glass Staff Hardware Engineer Jean Wang showed off a slide revealing the earliest prototypes of Glass and they're a lot bulkier with open ribbons, chips, gigantic cameras and more. We don't think you'd be caught dead in those for sure.
You can pretty much learn to do anything online these days. A few days ago, I learned how to play Adele's Someone Like You on piano, all by looking at a YouTube video. But what if you need to learn something fast? 6 second fast?
You'll most likely recognize this Google Glass model. But what you don't know, is that he's also a developer. His name is Steven Yau, and he's one of the most widely circulated press photos of Glass. Yau is a programmer on the project.
Is your excuse for not working out "I've got no time"? Our sedentary lives involve us being parked at our desks all day, sitting down more than we should. But here's a solution. what if your desk could double up as a gym?
Google CEO Larry Page appeared at the company's I/O developers conference today, and capped off the lengthy keynote presentation with a speech about the future of technology. He also talked about how negativity in the press and between rival companies are hurting innovation.
Scientists have finally cloned embryonic stem cells from fetal human skin cells for the very first time. Previously, cloning non-human animals has been on the table for nearly two decades, dating back to Dolly the sheep way back in 1996.
Google Maps' updates were probably among the most visually stunning ones we've seen today. Google said they built Maps from "ground up" again, which means, more fixes, more awesome. Gizmodo got their hands on it and decided to take it for a run.
30 seconds might be a short time, but in that time, your body is doing a lot of things. Check out this video on what your body is doing in the next 30 seconds. It's trivia like this which makes boring dinner conversations fun. Example: you'll take 8 short breaths in that time. [BuzzFeed Video]
The process of water turning into ice takes a lot of time, but this guy manages to turn liquid water into frozen ice instantly!
The trick is actually getting the water to just about freezing in the freezer. The guy behind the video - Grant Thompson put an unopened bottle of water in the freezer for an hour and a half to two hours to get the perfect temperature.
Google showed off their new subscription music service, Google Play Music All Access at Google I/O. Google says it will "blend your music collection with ours", across multiple devices and will launch on Wednesday in the U.S. for $9.99 per month.