Correction: NYT Glass app

The original version of this story reported that the Times had e-mailed its subscribers to notify them of the Google Glass app. That's not the case. The paper has since told CNET, "We did not send any communication about Google Glass to subscribers or any of our readers."

The original version of this story reported that the Times had e-mailed its subscribers to notify them of the Google Glass app. That's not the case. The paper has since told CNET, "We did not send any communication about Google Glass to subscribers or any of our readers."

Read the updated story here.

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