Once Thought Dead, Google Glass Gets a Second Coming

Once Thought Dead, Google Glass Gets a Second Coming
technology

Though considered an epic failure, according to its makers and a recent patent, Google Glass might have simply suffered from first-version woes

Anna Johansson
  • 6 august 2015

Google announced that they would no longer be selling Google Glass in January of this year, and at that time, the device was pulled from the market. It seems that the futuristic technology was a little before its time, and not much of a fashion statement. The technology simply wasn’t enough to keep people coming back for more. However, despite the fact that the first version of Google Glass is dead, a recent patent shows that it’s better to think of the technology as in a state of reincarnation.

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