DEVICES: This was always going to be the problem with Google Glass - it's just not "cool" enough for the masses. Or perhaps there is an underlying issue with the tech-driven, clunky spectacles, in that it's usefulness is classic early tech - a solution desperately looking for a problem. Read more on CNBC.
After two years of popping up at high-profile events sporting Google Glass, Google co-founder Sergey Brin recently sauntered bare-faced into a Silicon Valley red-carpet event.
He'd left his pair in the car, Brin told a reporter. The Googler, who heads up the top-secret lab which developed Glass, has hardly given up on the product - he recently wore his pair to the beach.
But Brin's timing is not propitious, coming as many developers and early Glass users are losing interest in the much-hyped, $1,500 test version of the product.
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