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Google Will Stop Turning People into Glassholes…for Now

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Google announced this week that it will stop selling its controversial Glass product on Monday, January 19th. Current users —and folks who rush to buy Glass before then— will still have functional face computers, but they'll no longer receive new software updates, TechCrunch reports.

While Google is closing its Glass Explorer program, the Glass concept is still evolving. According to TechCrunch, a new version of Glass will likely be released later this year, around Google's annual I/O developer conference. With DVF and Luxottica design deals in place, Glass could come back better than ever.
· Google Glass Explorer Program Shuts Down, Team Now Reports To Tony Fadell [TechCrunch]
· Only $1,500 Stands Between You and Glasshole Status [Racked]