Google Glass hands-free productivity comes another step closer as Google assembles its 'Avengers'-level team of partners

Google's “Glass at Work” program broke big last June when they announced they were making apps for the wearable device specifically for at-work productivity. Visions of futuristic workplaces straight out of a William Gibson novel danced in our hands when they named APX Labs, Augmedix, CrowdOptic, GuidiGo and Wearable Intelligence as their first round of partners.

In the four months since then, Google glass has made the rounds with stories of helping doctors make better, faster diagnoses and students use augmented reality to get more out of class lectures. Police forces in New York, California and Dubai have tested the glasses for better police and public accountability.Despite this, the clunky headwear has received mixed consumer reviews because of the developing technology and the fact that they're…well…glasses.

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