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- If you haven’t found out by now, the update to the Android SDK removed the TimelineManager class from the GDK and it removed the method for
- Google Glass voice commands are extremely handy. Voice commands can be hard to use in crowded areas, but if you’re in a decently quiet room they work
- Google Glass is hit or miss when it comes to being accepted by businesses. A few businesses have come out and openly supported the device and are using it
- Three months ago, we published a post about how OnTheGo Platforms is working on an SDK that would allow developers to add gesture recognition to Google
- Google Glass isn’t the only pair of smart glasses available right now. The M100 smart glasses are slowly gaining market share, and the U.S.
- As a developer you spend most of your time either creating an application for clients or for yourself. New ideas come every day, but you can’t simply
- Google Glass is pretty good when it comes to voice recognition and touch, but there is absolutely no gesture control. You would think that a device like
- Google Glass is a device that is pretty much running on a customized version of Android. This is a good thing for all you Android developers out there
- Sadly, Google Glass isn’t available for everyone yet which puts developers in a little pickle. There are many developers out there that would like to
- The apps store for Google Glass is all set for its launching by early 2014.The upcoming apps of Google Glass are amazing and plenty. Google Glass