First software update for Google Glass
The update will now allow a long press from anywhere inside the UI to call up search functions and transcriptions of queries and messages is now (these are Google's words) 'wicked fast'. You can start the update only once the device is plugged into the charger, which needs to be plugged into the wall at the time. The update is not a short one, so while you let Google Glass do its thing, you might want to recapture some of that lost magic you used to have by reconnecting with your smartphone.
Change to sync policy: require power + wifi for background uploads
Incoming G+ notifications (direct shares, comments, +mentions), including ability to comment and +1
Incoming Hangout notifications
Transcription of queries & messages is now wicked-fast
Long-press to search from anywhere in the UI (no longer just from off)
International number dialing + SMS
Hop animation on disallowed swipes in the UI
New On-Head Detection calibration flow
Show device Serial Number on Device Info card
More reliable estimation of battery charge remaining
New recipient-list mosaic
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Google Glass software update
1. Reverence (Posts: 224; Member since: 16 Jul 2012)
glass is perhaps the most useless gadget of 2013, it think even smart watches are better...Your paying $1500 just for google+,maps and such things which can be done on a phone...glass could have had sales if it retailed for about $500 not more than that! and over the past few months google has been launching some useless things at high prices like the nexus Q,Chromebook pixel and this!
3. p0rkguy (Posts: 677; Member since: 23 Nov 2010)
You're paying $1500 for the developer version of Glass.
Google has already said it will retail for less.
Nexus Q was never launched, those who "pre-ordered" got their refund and the Nexus Q.
4. Nikolas.Oliver (Posts: 1340; Member since: 01 Jul 2012)
Not sure if trolling or just retarded LOL, this is not the final product only for devs so of course it's expensive, the consumer version will retail for about $300-$400 i suppose
5. Kurai (unregistered)
This is the future!!! . . .you'll get used to it soon enough :D . . .
2. hamidd (Posts: 3; Member since: 28 Apr 2013)
Is it really harmful for eyes? Or it is just some rumors?
6. microsoftnokiawin (Posts: 764; Member since: 30 Mar 2012)
well i supposed Google have to put it through safety testings and stuff but at the end only Google knows
7. BomberXL (Posts: 82; Member since: 17 Jan 2012)
all this newws about google glass almost feels like im watching really interesting news about events... going on in a different country....