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An auction for a pair of Google Glasses has been being pulled from eBay after it was found to be fake. The seller claimed he was an early adopter to the project and would be picking them up at launch.
A newly published patent application from Microsoft shows a design for a set of glasses that would show people some additional information while they watch a live event.
CNET has learned more about the Google Glasses project, and discovered that the fancy augmented reality featured in the original demo will be far less intrusive, at least to start.
Sebastian Thrun of Google appeared on the Charlie Rose TV talk show on Wednesday night wearing the Project Glass augmented-reality glasses, and even took a picture of Rose with the glasses.
Google's Project Glass concept video gave us an exciting glimpse of what it's got in store - but will the reality match the vision? Let's mull that over, with a little dose of humour for the weekend.
Google's rumoured 'intelligent glasses' concept - featuring integrated data connection, camera, GPS and heads-up display - took a step closer to reality today with the announcement of 'Project Glass'.