google glass

Australian T3 - - OPINION -

De­spite not ac­tu­ally be­ing avail­able to con­sumers, Glass is still the wear­able on ev­ery­one’s lips (well, faces, even­tu­ally). In­deed, there hasn’t been a more di­vi­sive ma­jor tech prod­uct in years, with laws and so­cial eti­quette be­ing re­con­sid­ered on the fly. But the best tech in­no­va­tions al­ways ig­nite heated de­bate, and Glass’s ex­tremely thor­ough beta test­ing is reap­ing real-time re­wards. The Glass 2.0 up­date is ex­pected on sale this year, with a mono ear­bud for au­dio, Google Now in­te­gra­tion, a se­lec­tion of more tra­di­tional rounded frames and apps you might ac­tu­ally want to use (you lis­ten­ing, smartglass copy­cats?), as well as lenses that work for real spec wear­ers.

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