Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Google to Sell Heads-Up Display Glasses by Year’s End

The New York Times: Unnamed sources say that before the end of the year Google will launch a set of glasses that functions as a heads-up display. The Android-based devices will connect to 3G or 4G data networks and include GPS and motion sensors, as well as a built-in camera. Users will be able to control the glasses with head movements.

The new Google glasses should “cost around the price of current smartphones,” or $250 to $600. Sources say they are being developed in the secret Google X labs.

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