This week’s title says it all.
Finally, after a long long long long time of it being essentially vaporware for tech enthusiasts like myself, Google has decided to open the Google Glass Explorer program to the public. The catch is that you’ll be paying a hefty $1500.00 to get in on the action. That’s right, four months of car payments or […]
There was a rumor floating around that Google is eyeing killing the Nexus line of products in 2015 that was sparked by this: Nexus line by Google is over in 2015 ;) Yes – this line will be replaced by Play Edition (current name, it will be rebranded) — Eldar Murtazin (@eldarmurtazin) January 27, 2014 […]
Google recently bought a few companies that have hand in creating robotics that mimic the human form, and with their last robotics company (Boston Dynamics), they’re second to the Pentagon in researching and creating robots. Well earlier this week, they purchased a company called DeepMind who is known in the tech industry as makers and […]
Back in 2012, the Aussie Google developers were plucky enough to collaborate with LEGO Australia to create a project they were simply calling Google Build. It is a 3D LEGO brick building interface that utilizes WebGL to create projects using the colorful bricks. Unfortunately for the rest of the world, you couldn’t save the projects […]
The Asian manufacturing giant, most well known as the manufacturer of nearly every piece of consumer electronics you love, is considering opening a plant in North America to assemble displays that are larger than 60 inches. Currently most displays that are that size and larger are made in Asia and shipped to the US which […]
We are one year into the Explorer Program of Google Glass (still mad I didn’t hit the list), and today the company has released a new series of frames that are tailored more to the prescription glasses crowd.The frames are being produced in-house by Google and are being called the “Titanium Collection” due to the […]
A member of the Google Glass Explorer program ran into a bit of a conundrum at an AMC theater in Columbus, Ohio recently as he was pulled out of the movie after about an hour and harangued by federal agents who believed him to be recording the movie on his device to later pirate online. […]
I knew that going to YouTube was the future for Podcasting, now it’s one step closer.
There were a ton of stories that came out overnight but few of them actually deserve their own individual post here on WPR, so instead you get a lovely digest of the news.
Apparently if you’re an AT&T customer who uses either a Samsung Galaxy S3 or HTC One it’s closer than you might have thought.
I admit, when I first hear of people paying a monthly fee for listening to music over the Interbutts, I could entertain myself with the laughter I would have. Enter Google Play’s All-Access and me submitting faster than a first time MMA grappler.
So you’ve seen the trailer to The Internship and you’re probably thinking what I was thinking: Oh God, that looks like it’s going to be awful. I mean right? The trailer doesn’t make it seem too appealing. I will review pretty much anything, and I do mean anything. I went into the theater thinking it was […]
Well, sometimes you just gotta start over. Except if you’re Vince Vaughn & Owen Wilson doing another buddy comedy. Time to find out if The Internship is a hit or miss for them this time around!
I feel like I’m a traitor to my own cause. I use the hell out of Google products…yet I am a staunch iPhone user, and I can’t really think of any proper excuse.