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Post by Eorl @ 05:50pm 02/12/14 | 3 Comments
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the long-awaited Google Glass device will be getting a relaunch come next year, with the new model being given an Intel chip for longer battery life.

Positioned as a wearable device that lets you interact with various Android apps like heads up Google Maps, the Google Glass is no stranger to hardware updates. The device has seen (get it) various small tweaks like doubling the memory and making it compatible with prescription lenses. WSJ (via The Verge) also notes that this new version will be marketed towards manufacturers and hospital networks, hopefully signalling the eventual public release.

Speculation currently suggests that thanks to the Intel chip change we could see battery life more than double, making the $2,000 device a more lucrative purchase.

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Posted 06:06pm 02/12/14
re-launch? guess i missed the first one
Posted 12:54am 03/12/14
Battery life seems kinda low priority. Has Google solved that annoying problem yet where everyone in the vicinity of the dude wearing the device thinks he's an a******?
Posted 05:26pm 03/12/14
Does the chip help in making someone wearing Google Glass look like less of a douchebag?
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