Google Glass Owners Are Not Allowed To Sell Or Share The Device
Just because you were deemed worthy to spend $1,500 to be one of the first people to own Google Glass, doesn't mean you can do what you want with it. Google is expressly forbidding Glass owners from selling or even loaning the device to someone else ...
No ultimatums, just expectations, from Giants’ co-owner Mara
“I think more about the three out of four than I do the Super Bowl,’’ Giants co-owner John Mara told The Post yesterday. “It’s sort of the glass is half empty.’’ The “three out of four’’ is how many times the Giants missed the playoffs ...
Who Should Buy Google Glass?
On Tuesday, April 15 at 9am ET, Google will be "opening up some spots in the Glass Explorer Program,” allowing any U.S. resident to buy the before-its-time wearable computer known as Google Glass ... cost prohibitive to a large swath of the population ...
In the world of functional glass art, Philadelphia is a leader
Which, admittedly, is understandable: pipe makers have historically not been treated kindly in Philadelphia or America at large ... with JAG and co-owner Ian Kerr focusing their efforts on their Brooklyn glass space, Easy Street Gallery.
Google Glass security failings may threaten owner's privacy
Google Glass, the wearable computer being developed by the search giant, might be a threat to its owners' privacy because it has no PIN or authentication system, hackers have discovered. Jay Freeman, a Santa Barbara-based programmer who specialises in ...