Google lets developers look into Glass

Developers can now purchase a Google Glass to get acquainted with the hardware and start making applications for it.

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Google is now letting developers get their hands (and eyes) on Glass.

The search giant on Monday sent out invitations to developers to purchase Google Glass. Google hasn't said how many developers were included or whether the offer will be extended to more developers.

The move follows the company's recent launch of its Glass Development Kit . Google has also offered its Mirror application programming interface to developers who want to create apps for the hardware.

CNET has contacted Google for more details. We will update this story when we have more information.

(Via Engadget)

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