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Google Glass up for sale to the public once more [UPDATE]

Google Glass up for sale to the public once more [UPDATE]

Whether it be by mistake or released in secret before the general push to the public, Google Glass units have been put on sale once again. It would appear - and we’ve tested right up to the point of purchase - that any user is able to purchase Google Glass without needing to be part of the Explorer Edition club, so to speak.

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Glass “Try-On Kit” lets you test Glasshole style at home

Glass “Try-On Kit” lets you test Glasshole style at home

Google is inviting would-be Google Glass buyers to test the style of the wearable and its designer frames at home before slapping down $1,500+, with a new "Home Try-On Kit" being offered to select potential Explorers. The scheme, which was quietly revealed by one of the people invited to take advantage of it, also seemingly addresses questions about what Google was doing with the returned first-gen Glass Explorer Edition units it offered to swap out for newer hardware a few months back.

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Google’s Glass designer talks less-is-more in wearables

Google’s Glass designer talks less-is-more in wearables

Google designer Isabelle Olsson has a challenge on her hands: making Glass appealing enough to wear every day. Olsson is the subject of a new Google Design Minutes video, discussing her horror coming face to face with some of Glass' early prototypes - one less than ergonomic example of which you can see here - and how she's particularly proud of the way the frame and the Glass hardware itself look separate.

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Glass sales cease but Google quiet on how many sold

Glass sales cease but Google quiet on how many sold

Google has ceased sales of Glass, bringing its one day invitation-free event to a close with news that all its spare spots in the Explorer Program are filled, but staying tight-lipped on exactly how many were sold. The Glass free-for-all - well, as "free" as a $1,500 developer device can be considered - kicked off yesterday morning, and supplies of at least one color version were exhausted a few hours later.

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