Google robot cars has the green light and can now be tested on public roads.
Google Executive Dan Fredinburg was amoung those killed in the Earthquake in nepal earlier today. It was said that he had died due to a serious head injury during the earthquake which had a magnitude of 7.9 which then triggered an avalanche on Mount Everest.
The future of wearable technology is very bright. Italian eyewear maker Luxottica has confirmed that they are working with Google on the second generation of the futuristic pair of glasses. Luxottica is better known for being the company behind Oakley and Ray-ban so you can imagine the design of Google Glass 2.0 is going to be on point. The Wall Street Journal reported that Luxottica had a meeting at its Milan headquarters discussing the preparation for their next big project. Check out the the details and timeline for the release of Google Glass 2.0 after the jump!
Google has just announced its new wireless service called Project Fi. It really Looks amazing! With no annual contract, and pay for nothing more then what you use. The basic plan is $20/month, with that you get voice and text. As an add on to the plan for internet service you would pay $10 per gig per month. Google will also refund you for all unused data!
Google is breaking the bank to get their hands on an old Naval hangar. Google released a statement saying their 60 year lease will see them pay $1.16 billion. They plan on using the hangar for aviation and new robotics technology.