Google Answers Lots of Questions about Glass
Article by George Norman
On 05 Jul 2013
In a newly posted online FAQ Google answers a lot of questions about its Glass hands-free device. So if you want to learn more about Glass, if you have burning questions that need an answer, make sure to check it out.

First up, a quick introduction, so that everyone is on board.
Google Glass is a wearable computer that features an optical head-mounted display – it basically looks like a pair of glasses, as you can see in the image above. Via natural language commands you have access to features such as Navigation, Gmail, Calendar, Google Now cards, and Search. The video embedded below shows how you can use Glass to perform searches and get answers for various questions.

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Next up, a look at what was already online.
Google set up this site with the aim of providing journalists and tech enthusiasts with information on Glass. The site provides information on what Glass is (a tiny computer packed into a lightweight, comfortable frame that rests neatly above your eyes), on what can be done with Glass, on the Glass Explorer community, on Glass Basecamps, and more.

And now, the news, the bit that caught my and the world’s attention.
The aforementioned Glass site, the one that provides information about Glass, has recently been updated. What Google did is it added a FAQ section that provides answers to numerous questions about Glass. Questions like “What’s the vision behind Glass?”, “Where do Explorers get Glass today?”, “Does Glass have any storage capability?”, “If I’m wearing Glass, does Google always know what I’m doing or seeing?”, and “Can anyone build Glassware for Glass?”.

So if you have questions about Google Glass and you want answers for those questions, make sure to check out the FAQ webpage that Google recently posted online. Just follow this link!




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