Google’s Eric Schmidt said last February that Google Glass isn’t dead yet when the company pulled the controversial eyewear off the market last January. Many assumed the end of the controversial eyewear at the pullout but according to Google, Glass was only entering its next phase.
Caught an episode of Shark Tank last week while channel surfing. Hearing good things about it, I decided to stick around. It was indeed like an American Idol for businessmen. It was enjoyable, it was interesting and a bit harrowing for some of the clueless contestants.
Last January, Google announced its termination of the Google Glass Explorer program and pulled the headset off the market. That seemed to be the end of the controversial product that literally gave its users a bad name.
Before Apple, Sony was the one with the knack of making innovations and improving technologies; adding style, elegance, advanced technology complete with premium pricing. From TV sets, they’ve been successful in many of the industries they entered into.
This past week Google announced that Google Glass was going on hiatus which in any industry means, big giant failure. Not so says the big G, they are just taking them off the market and coming out with a new version next year meaning goodbye Glassholes out there
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