Washington: Google Glass developers have reportedly updated the wearable computing headgear's software, allowing for a stronger Google Calendar and Maps integration.
The XE 11 software update lets users navigate their home or workplace with 'OK Glass, Google' command and the device would show up the directions.
According to Mashable, in a bid to provide a better user experience before the hi-tech device is launched early next year, Google has also focused on the Calendar app allowing users to voice search for 'what am I doing this week?' queries.
However, for such personal information to be explored, a user would be required to give the device access to their private data, that includes Calendar events and home or work location, etc.
The report said that the software update allows users pairing Glass with Android phone to start a screencast right from their notifications window without having to launch the app.
Google earlier forbade selling the Explorer Edition of Glass to someone else, but changing the terms, the search giant has said that it won't 'brick' the device if someone sells it.
First Published: Sunday, November 10, 2013, 11:47