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  • Google Glass


    Thanks for exploring with us. The journey doesn't end here. You'll start to see
    future versions of Glass when they're ready (for now, no peeking).

  • Google Glass - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Glass - 14 hours ago

    Google Glass is a type of wearable technology with an optical head-mounted
    display (OHMD). It was developed by Google with the mission of producing a ...

  • Google Glass review | TechRadar


    Feb 20, 2015 ... Google Glass review | Do Google Glass apps like translate make it worth it? We
    turn a critical eye to the new 2GB Explorer Edition. Reviews ...

  • Google Glass - YouTube


    Explorers are the first to make, to tinker, to create, to shape and to share through
    Glass. This is your one-stop shop for Glass tips, Explorer stories, shor...

  • Google Glass (@googleglass) | Twitter

    https://twitter.com/googleglass - 11 hours ago

    25.8K tweets • 228 photos/videos • 165K followers. "Who wore it better? There's a
    clear answer here, people. #Avengers #AgeOfUltron http://t.co/Zg1OYMv9ul"

  • Google Glass - Mashable

    http://mashable.com/category/project-glass/ - 9 hours ago

    Project Glass is an effort from Google to develop augmented reality glasses. The
    concept for these glasses was introduced on April 4, 2012 on a Google+ page.

  • Google Isn't Giving Up on Glass, Eric Schmidt Says - Digits - WSJ


    Mar 23, 2015 ... Google is not giving up on its controversial Internet-connected Glass eyewear
    because the technology is too important for the web giant.

  • Google Glass | Facebook


    Google Glass. 193866 likes · 543 talking about this. Getting technology out of the

  • Why Google Glass Broke - NYTimes.com


    Feb 4, 2015 ... How Google Glass went from the hottest thing in wearable tech to the Edsel of
    Silicon Valley.

  • Sorry, But Google Glass Isn't Anywhere Close to Dead | WIRED


    Feb 8, 2015 ... "People like to lambast it because it's too this or not that—but it's still a much-
    matured device, certainly compared to the wearable stuff coming ...