Many are made of the latest Google Glass project. Sergey Brin is Google’s latest business champion into a technology that can be used. It’s hard to not be excited about recent developments. When analysts see the initial mockup of Google Glass capabilities, many speculate that it is excessive and the fact will never match what is shown. Scenario of real life use cases has recently harmed the projection. Google Glass is capable of most of what is promised and we just started scratching the surface.
Some technology applications that can be used clearly – take pictures, record videos and make phone calls. The last item will definitely change the face of the smartphone market and provide a big boost to VoIP services. This is because telecommunication operators generally move slowly and the rapidly growing technology front like Google Glass will be greedily paved by hundreds of VoIP services available today. It might even be far to violate the iron grip that telecommunications operators in the United States has a smartphone.
Google Glass Edition developers have come out and some certain in their testing process. One can ensure that many videos and use will appear in the coming months and Google has projected the market release date at the end of 2013 – perhaps in time for a vacation. Now it will be something!
The implications for the sound application will be surprising. Smartphones will lose one of their core functions that will be transferred to the technology that can be used new. What this means will mean the future of smartphones is unclear. Most likely customers will still need it for applications that require a larger screen. Web browsing immediately crossed the mind. But so many direct functions can be transferred smoothly. Can we look at the length of the smartphone industry as it starts happening?
This is a very interesting question. The handset manufacturer must keep an eye on the project carefully wondering how this will change their destiny. Or maybe it would happen that Google Glass never took off in the first place – people might feel too geeky or uncomfortable to use. One thing is certain – there will be at least some absorption of this new technology and VoIP will fill communication gaps because it is not possible that smart phone operators will be able to use new hardware quickly.