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Technology Google Glass Releases Video User Guide [Video]

The short film shows a user filming and broadcasting with the touch of a button.

Design 9 Stories You Need To Know Today

Pinterest valued at $2.5B, Google releases new laptop and Project Glass may team up with Warby Parker...links to start your day with.

Technology Google Glass Asks For Testers Via Social Media

Google's augmented reality project gets closer to a launch with a new website and competition for beta testers.

Design Google Glass Will Use Bone Conduction Instead Of Headphones

New documents for the glasses show they will use vibrations to generate sound so people can still hear noises from their surroundings.

Advertising Diane von Furstenberg Shares Fashion Week Through The Eyes Of The Models [Video]

DVF releases the footage she shot during fashion week with Google's Project Glass specs. See the amazing result that puts the viewer right on the runway.

Innovation Diane von Furstenberg's Models Wear Google Glasses On The Runway

A well-orchestrated collaboration between the designer and the tech giant is sure to fight off any geeky stigma the new tech might carry with it

Retail PSFK's Top Five Stories Of The Week

We review the best in design, culture, art and fashion and creative business in our weekly 'What's Trending Now' roundup.

Work Take Photos With Your Eyes Using Google's Project Glass

Google's Project Glass reveals a new type of photography that their technology will actually be used for that will capture images of exactly what we see.

Advertising Google Admits Their Glasses Don't Live Up To The Hype [Headlines]

The augmented reality goggles will not be able to perform all the tasks advertised in last month's teaser video.

Innovation Oakley Plans To Launch Its Own Brand Of AR Glasses

Eyewear manufacturer has innovative technology to rival Google's 'Project Glass.'

Advertising Was Google's Project Glass Created Just To Sell Ads?

A video spoof's of Google latest technology shows how the search giant could continually bombard users with opportunities to consume.

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