Google just signed the deal that could allow its Glass wearable computing device to go mainstream.
The company has announced a partnership with Luxottica, the eyewear manufacturer behind a host of brands including Ray-Ban and Oakley, to design and produce an exclusive collection of eyeglass frames that incorporate the technology.
To start, the deal will be limited to the US market, and focus on Ray-Ban and Oakley. Continue reading →
The growth in technology is always fascinating. It’s heard that Google is now planning to launch Nexus 9 Tablet with an 8.9 -inch screen instead of earlier said rumours about Nexus 8 with an Intel Bay Trail-T chipset, reports Digitimes. The previous versions of Nexus tablet have come up with 7 inch display, but now
Google is finally moving to a bigger display for its budget tablet. The other hawkers are trialing to come up with different sizes, already Samsung has come up with extra-large, 12.2-inchNote Pro and Tab Pro devices, while Asus is reportedly working on a 13.3″ tablet based on an Intel chipset and a dual-boot setup. Continue reading →
There are various objects to see in the huge collection of 360° pictures that is Google street view.
To this now you are able to attach Tom Daley’s trunks.
A latest number of photos captured inside the London Olympic Aquatics Centre include a complete 360 of the viewpoint on top of the 10-meter diving board at the place Daley achieved his individual bronze at the 2012 Games. Continue reading →