How you think you will look wearing Google glasses and How you will actually look wearing Google glasses
Hipster Ariel wearing Google Glasses
Meryl Streep wearing Google glasses
Google unveils 'Project Glass' virtual-reality glasses: The company on Wednesday unveiled a long-rumored concept called "Project Glass," which takes all the functionality of a smartphone and places it into a wearable device that resembles eyeglasses.The see-through lens could display everything from text messages to maps to reminders. They may be capable of showing video chats, providing turn-by-turn directions, taking photos and recording notes
Google Drive Launches, With Less Free Storage Than SkyDrive: Google officially announced its anticipated Google Drive cloud service on Tuesday, although the storage capacity is less than Microsoft added to its SkyDrive service a day earlier. Google also announced that Google Gmail customers would get a free bump from 7.5GB to 10GB over the next 24 hours. Google Drive works as a typical cloud service, allowing users to store videos, photos, documents, PDFs, and other types of files.
Google Tablet Delayed Until July [REPORT]: Gadget lovers have been speculating about the 2012 release of the Google Tablet for months. Now, sources close to the project say the iPad competitor will debut in July. The Verge reports Google is pushing back the tablet’s previously anticipated May release, in an effort to cut prices. Manufacturers are working to bring the $249 price tag down to $199 or less.
Google Drive to Launch Next Week With 5 GB of Free Storage [REPORT] : Google‘s foray into personal cloud storage, Google Drive, is about to launch next week, according to a report from The Next Web. Citing a draft release from one of Google’s launch partners for the service, TNW claims the service will initially be free, giving out 5 GB of storage to every user.
Google Officially Launches Google Drive: We’ve heard the rumors for weeks, and seen leaked versions during an Android developer’s Google+ Hangout and in one employee presentation. But now Google Drive, Google’s 5GB cloud-storage service, is official.
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