Next Google Glass to be powered by Intel: Report

By Silky Malhotra | Updated 1 Dec 2014
Next Google Glass to be powered by Intel: Report
  • Intel has partnered with Google to power its next generation Google Glass.

Google has partnered with chip maker Intel for its next Google Glass. According to a WSJ report, the next Google Glass will arrive in 2015.

Wall Street Journal reports that Intel chip will replace the Texas Instruments processor which currently powers Glass. The next Google Glass is expected to have a better battery life. This a deal between Google and Intel is said to be part of a wider push into wearable's by the chip maker. According to reports Intel also plans to promote Glass to generate new business, including pushing glass in work capacity to manufacturing businesses, hospitals and others.

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Although Google has been promoting Glass for a while now, the wearable has yet to capture a market share. It has shown promise in medical and other businesses and such a professional adoption might be the right direction that Google needs to promote Glass. Google's Glass at Work initiative aims to push Google Glass usage in such industries. Read: Virgin Atlantic uses wearable tech for passenger check-ins

Intel has recently ventured into the wearable market with its first ever MICA bracelet for $495. The wearable is meant for fashion conscious women and comes with a stylish design. The bracelets body is laden with semi precious stones and pearls. It has a 1.6 inch OLED curved sapphire display and comes with an inbuilt SIM card, 3G and GPS connectivity. Apart from this Intel has also planning a smartwatch with Fossil and a smart bracelet in collaboration with Opening Ceremony.

Source: WSJ

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