Google Glass (styled as Google GLΛSS) is a wearable computer that is being developed by Google. It is worn on a person's head, with a screen sitting in front of the eyes that displays information like a smartphone. It is instructed through natural language voice commands. The plan is to make them attached to regular glasses and sunglasses.
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