Google has created a new intelligence leveling for its Google Glass devices that enables users to access all of the S3 intelligence they might need to understand a given situation.
This new intelligence is being introduced in a software update to the Google Glass SDK and is expected to be available to all devices that support the S.265 architecture that Google uses for the Google Home, Google Assistant and the Android platform.
The S.264 intelligence can be accessed from within the Google App and Google Docs.
“Google Glass is now one of the most powerful, versatile devices ever created and it’s a fantastic way for us to engage with the world around us, and it is great to see the intelligence in Glass and the Google platform evolve in this way,” Google executive VP of product marketing and business innovation John Sperling said in a statement.
“We’ve always worked to keep Glass on the cutting edge and we’re excited to be introducing this new level of intelligence to the Glass ecosystem,” said Amit Jain, CEO and cofounder of the Open Glass Project, which develops hardware and software that enables people to wear and use Glass.
“Our customers are always the most innovative and powerful, and this is just another way that Glass can provide the best of both worlds.”
Glass is an eyewear that plugs into your phone, allowing users to see and interact with the Google services and applications they are using.
It can also be used to access the Internet from a computer, but only with a Google Glass device.
Glass has the ability to record video, send and receive voice calls, and receive text messages.
Google Glass has an ability to read and send messages to a phone and read emails from a smartphone.
Glass can read and write text messages, but the ability requires a Google account.