According to Android Police, Google chairman Eric Schmidt has told Radio 4 that it won’t go on sale until sometime mid-way through next year.
Google Glass is a revolutionary new device that is barely more than a pair of glasses but contains a camera and small computer running Android with a reflected display that can update information in real time. It recently began shipment to early adopters or ‘Glass explorers’, who have been told not to sell or even loan the device to anyone else, otherwise, Google will remotely shut the device down.
Already, there are some interesting videos showing Google Glass in the wild on YouTube, but no doubt the applications for Glass are far beyond what we’ve seen so far.
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