The frothing excitement around these prototype, titanium-framed wearable computers has the tech world tripping over itself, but big what, why, and how questions remain. CNET dives in to clear up the reality -- and the future possibilities -- of Google Glass.
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No, it's not another attempt at high-tech eyewear. This one-of-a-kind prototype draws its inspiration from the communicator worn on a stylish shirt.
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New features are coming to Android Wear, Google Glass is focusing on Enterprise business for now and the Galaxy Note 5 is coming in August.
The electronics giant has previously talked with Microsoft about building a cheaper version of its HoloLens, which will arrive next year for $3,000.
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