Oakley unveils its version of Google's Project Glass Video
Google has announced that it working on Project Glass, an effort to create a glasses-based heads-up display for the real world. What's the technology? When will it be available? We discuss with our writer Martin LaMonica, and with the CEO of a company making augmented reality goggles that you can buy today.
Finally, the Nexus One gets a new OS update that gives it multi-touch. The update also brings 3G connectivity improvements and access to Google Goggles. We also discuss the latest Android news like the Motorola Devour from Verizon Wireless, a possible new direct-from-Google phone from Motorola, an AT&T 3G version of the Nexus One, and a couple of new Android phones from HTC. Some non-Android news include the latest Sony Ericsson Aspen and the RIM BlackBerry Tour 9650. Then we go over our week's reviews and answer your questions.
A subscription version of Hulu could be just weeks away, Google promises Goggles for iPhone by the end of the year, and Sharp shows off a wall-to-wall TV that is a little intimidating.
The future's so loud, you gotta wear shades, and the Oakley Thump 2 rocks--literally.
If you're looking to combine your love of music with your zest for outdoor activity, the Oakley Thump Pro MP3-playing sunglasses could be a great fit.
Active users looking to combine their love of music with their zest for outdoor activity should definitely consider Oakley's Split Thump MP3-playing sunglasses.
Quickly relay messages to friends with a solution that turns your smartphone into a walkie-talkie, for those times when texts or phone calls just won't do.
On today's show, we discover the universe's biggest diamond floating out there in space. Plus, the FCC is investigating why cell phone networks went down during this week's East Coast earthquake, especially with Hurricane Irene bearing down on the East Coast even as we speak. Our BOL PSA to you: text, don't call. And also, be safe. Plus, Pandora makes some money and the most awkward voicemail session ever.
Our editors give you a sneak peek at the Pioneer AirWave XM2Go from the floor at CES.