Google takes to Google+ to defend Google Glass


It seems Google has finally had enough of people criticising its new Glass wearable device and has taken to its Google+ Google Glass page (of course) to explain why it’s awesome and not creepy/stalkery/lame.

A post called Top 10 Google Glass Myths discusses a number of top myths, like Glass is the ultimate distraction from the real world, Glass is banned everywhere and Glass marks the end of privacy. Although the responses to these myths are clearly written by someone wearing rose-tinted Google Glass, we do applaud Google’s efforts to break down some of these barriers.

Google also shared a few images along with the post and the most interesting has to be the one documenting the evolution of Glass, which you can see above. It’s certainly come a looooong way.

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