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Astro Teller: Google is making a modest return on its experimental lab investment

Google X boss Astro Teller spoke with the New York Times on the topic of the experimental lab and the value it produces for the company, saying that the X lab’s goal is to find new technology markets that the Mountain View company can jump into and problems it can solve. 281 more words

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Clamoring for Google's Return to Earth

Google’s research arm, Google X, is called the company’s Moonshot Factory. One reason the company picked the word “Moonshot” was to remind people to tackle big problems that may well blow up in their faces. 1,143 more words


The story of the Google X secret lab

Why Google Glass Broke

This is a story that involves lots of public intrigue, a futuristic wearable technology, a secret laboratory, fashion models, sky divers and an interoffice love triangle that ended a billionaire’s marriage. 101 more words

Virtual Reality

Tomorrow Daily 122: Google growing human skin, Jennifer the skiing robot, NASA's SMAP, and more - CNET

Google X (the super secret lab with experimental projects like Project Loon and other crazy ideas) is growing synthetic human skin to help test an idea involving a health wearable and nanoparticles; the University of Manitoba in Canada is showing off Jennifer, an adorable robot who can play hockey and ski; and NASA successfully launched its SMAP satellite last weekend. 34 more words

Robot Technology

Google's Project Tango is moving out of Google X to its own division

Google X is a division within Google where its most outlandish projects exist, or as Google likes to call them, “moonshots”. Self-Driving Cars, 3D Mapping Phones, AR Goggles? 142 more words

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Upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6 Supports Virtual Reality Gear VR

Leaked schematics of Samsung’s Galaxy S6 show that their next flagship smartphone with include support for Samsung’s Gear VR virtual reality headset, and the phone’s speaker moves to the bottom. 117 more words

Two Nest executives have flown the coop, The Verge reported today. Dropcam co-founder Greg Duffy has decided to leave the company, according to sources at the comany cited by the Verge. 92 more words

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