Can't wait to get your hands on Google Glass? You might not have to wait much longer. In an interview, Google Glass product director Steve Lee told The Verge that it plans to ha

Can't wait to get your hands on Google Glass? You might not have to wait much longer. In an interview, Google Glass product director Steve Lee told The Verge that it plans to have a “fully-polished” version of Glass available for consumers by the end

Vision specialists worry Google's high-tech specs could cause eye strain, headaches and neck pain.

The Google Glass heads-up-display device will be iPhone compatible, as noted in The Verge's extensive look at the device. The device gets data through Wi-Fi on its own, or it can tether via Bluetooth to an Android device or

Lucky Joshua Topolsky of The Verge got to try Google's Google Glass wearable computer, which the company says it plans to make available by the end of this year. He gives a long and interesting report on his experiences — which pretty much left him a