Before Glass becomes a publicly available product, Google's quietly embarked on a campaign to get its iconic eyewear into the hands of those who can use it to tackle complex issues.
After it gifted five pairs to researchers at Newcastle University, Google's allowed its wearable to undergo its first UK medical trial, where it's being used to support people suffering from Parkinson's disease. Researchers want to help patients live more independently, and they're already seeing results.
The UK's Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-UK) has opened for business, marking the latest step in the government's ongoing effort to bolster the nation's cyber defences.
Minister for the Cabinet Office Francis Maude opened the CERT-UK at a private press event, promising it will aid both the public and private sectors' cyber defence efforts in a variety of ways.
The UK has crowned its Cyber Security champion, Will Shackleton.
Shackleton, who is 19 and has already earned an internship at Facebook, beat 3,000 entrants and 41 fellow finalists to emerge at the top of the competition, according to organisers, and is a very worthy winner.
Naturally, he was happy to receive the gong for having cracked through a challenge set by BT, GCHQ, the National Crime Agency, Juniper Networks and Lockheed Martin.
GCHQ and firms such as Lockheed Martin and BT attempted to identify Britain's most talented "cyber defenders" last week in order to ensure the UK's citizens and businesses are protected against future cyber attacks.
In a dark room deep beneath the streets of Whitehall, the Cyber Security Challenge Masterclass saw seven teams of six investigate a cyber attack from a foreign government that was crippling the City of London's financial sector.
Two Internet Protocol (IP) addresses in London have been responsible for infecting more than a quarter of a million routers around the world.
Security researchers from specialist internet security consulting firm Team Cymru have found an exploit that has already switched 300,000 router domain name system (DNS) servers, which could in turn be used to redirect web traffic.