Take a look at the photo above and see if you can guess what those sunglasses are made from. If you just said denim, you’re absolutely correct.
Luxottica, the sunglasses giant behind Oakley and Sunglass Hut, will be making the next version of Google’s Glass device.
Today’s story will be of interest to anyone who suffers with migraines or has a family member, who's a migraine sufferer.
At an event in San Francisco last week, BMW invited guests for a first look at some pretty impressive technology.
Usually, when a pair of sunglasses are involved in a theft, it’s to disguise the culprit. This time, it was the sunglasses themselves that were stolen and it seems the thief managed to escape unnoticed
The speed of progress in the smart sunglasses market is breathtaking. Things are happening faster than ever and some extremely exciting products are coming to market.
As I have previously written, wearing sunglasses is an effective way to avoid being noticed. By covering our eyes, the most important feature on our face, they make it far harder for people to recognize us.
Sunglasses can be beautiful. Yes, there are some designs that are generic and dull, but most sunglasses are extremely well designed.
A new product launches in just a couple of weeks, which could have a significant impact on the smart sunglasses industry. This, despite the fact the new device isn’t a pair of sunglasses. In fact, it’s worn on the wrist.
At last, smart sunglasses that non-geeks may want to wear! That’s something I thought I wouldn’t be writing for another couple of years, at least