Envision a Google Glass world by 2014 Video
Envision a Google Glass world by 2014 Video Transcript
It's day 211 basking in the Google gadget -- I'm Bridget Carey and -- your CNET update. Google -- can be on opera bases but -- -- fourteen just thinking two years you can be one step closer to living like the planet to our knowledge. Google co-founder Sergey Brin said 2014 could be -- year it hits the market but -- Only the bleeding edge techies at the conference at the pre -- augmented reality glasses her 18100 dollars -- pop. -- -- -- ship next year. -- in school are apparently you wanna pay like three grand on -- -- some -- going to be hot and these are crazy price and back on from the conference. Already put their nexus seven tablet attendee freebie on -- but on -- bind because -- -- the out a few weeks for 200 dollars and -- don't want to pay more than that right now and for plain. Here at CNET -- putting the nexus seven and mini next is skewed to the test. So you check out our full reviews. And so interesting about the Q -- -- from the shaped. Is that it's Google's first jump into home -- streaming hardware and it's born in the US today which is one -- -- reasons why. 300 dollars. You can get more out of other streaming products -- less even Xbox isn't that much. But it is premium thin and everything Google also been -- -- lots and is on the software and service side. The Chrome browser and the Google drive Dropbox service are coming to Apple's IOS devices. You might -- -- -- -- up the cobwebs on your Google+ account and check out the new Google and that feature. If for no other reason to -- -- possible embarrassment because an Android phone with this new Google+ app. You can -- party mode to upload photos to -- -- page in real time. And -- -- -- opposed -- logical order but when that party mode is on it. -- every -- -- events can be filled with unflattering shots of you which I have blink again or worse. Maybe it's worth the extra -- around this snap happy -- users. And with some -- -- that's not Google related speaking makers CNET has launched new gaming complaint FaceBook called the bill. In the game -- the dream house invite your friends hang out and a whole lot like The Sims and act you can even make virtual cookie which your FaceBook friends. But I can't marry -- have kids. They get sent -- family friendly wholesome game and just one piece in the game. They not also announced other games that you can kill your timely including matching with friends chef bill and the end of the lot. That -- -- is that it for today from Marin stories and sedation and cnet.com slash update from our studios in New York bridging and.
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