Google’s Sergey Brin has given an update on the situation, but it’s not good news. Speaking at the code conference , Brin was asked when Glass would be put on sale for the general public. He responded, “I’d hope we could by the end of the year, but I’m not sure.” There’s still six months to go before the end of 2014, and it’s surprising Google isn’t convinced Glass is ready for anyone to buy. Revealed in June 2012, Glass has already undergone almost two years of testing, and received considerable press coverage in that time. Despite having no release date in sight, Brin was happy to continue singing Glass’s praises. He said he’s always using it outside, and it makes him “more present” with his children. Wearing Glass removes the smartphone barrier between them, enabling him to take better, and more personal, pictures in situations where it would be impossible if he was relying on a smartphone.
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