What is Google planning next for Glass?

Google has unveiled plans to incorporate music with its new Glass eyewear, but it could be some time before the technology is available in the UK.

The tech company has announced a US trial that will see a new set of features for the augmented-reality device, allowing users to search for songs, scan through saved play lists and listen to music.

The Google Glass eyewear, which is worn as lenseless frames with a small computer and transparent screen ...

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Want to be a Google Glass Explorer? Look to your friends…

We rely on our friends for all kinds of things, but they've never really had a hand in helping us become a tech pioneer.

Now all that changes, as Google announces plans to allow people who already own a pair of its Glass web-connected specs to invite three of their friends to buy a set.

At 1,500 dollars they don't come cheap - but imagine the kudos of strolling down the street in a pair? With them you ...

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It’s the next big thing, but is Google Glass the death of privacy?

It's the next big thing, but is Google Glass the death of privacy? Would you wear the latest gadget to keep your job - even if some commentators said they spell the death of privacy? Meet Google Glass, high-tech spectacles being trialled in the US with in-built hands-free video camera and internet access. They perform several smartphone functions, but respond to voice orders instead of fingers touching a display screen, and come with a camera and display screen attached to a rim above the right eye. Users can talk to the glasses and record video, access email and surf the ...

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