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'Explorers' to don Google Internet glasses

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"In other words, a great technology using a horrible platform." no, in other words you really have no clue at all. Android is far from horrible. Just Google it Android Now 'Outshines iOS In Almost Every Aspect'

Boring iOS 6, Android 'Jelly Bean' will rule in 2013

Anyway, I cant wait to try out Google glass...but,alas..

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if I only lived in the USA! , I would be all over that.

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I expect these to be the next (smart) phone. (is that 50 words or less?)

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if they invent one that produces 3 meals a day, do daily house chores, and massages my back i'll take 2!

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http://imgur.com/NRXWpbA

Apple have responded!

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I think thses glasses are a great thing, for as a gamer it would be nice to have a more comfortable view of the virtual reality environment. Instead of haveing to focus on a single monitor to be able to see things seamlessly, that is if the headpiece has a motion detection system that tracks the viewer's head movement. The ultimate question is when will they come up wilth real VR that has the same size as these glasses and not the darth vadar head gear?

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About as unfashionable as wearing a bluetooth earpiece.

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This is a technology that can shape the future. Google is being really innovative here, at last. The only minus is that these glasses will use Android OS. In other words, a great technology using a horrible platform.

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