Google finally released the XE9 factory images, and resident teardown guru Fodawim has once again made quick work of dissecting the changes. While much of the changes were heavily geared towards maintenance (with the total image being reduced by over 20Mb), there were several other notable changes, including no longer needing the wifi hotspot, and the presence of a new photo and video API.
When living with Glass, it’s impossible not to dream about a world where your entire computing system is wearable. There’s been a recent update that no longer requires a tethering plan, but you still need Bluetooth connectivity in order to use the GPS and Data connection from your smartphone. Enter the Omate TrueSmart… We’ve talked about the […]
Thanks to the latest XE9 over-the-air update, Glass Explorers will no longer need to enable tethering on their smartphones while away from WiFi.
While the Mirror API makes for a solid development backbone, creating new apps and services for Google Glass has been solidly restricted to developers capable of writing and hosting services to access it. Now, thanks to Zapier, every day users can can extend Glass functionality with access to more than 200 web services, and the ability to create custom actions and bundles within the Glass timeline.