Google is starting to notify 8,000 people who will be invited to buy a test version of the company's Internet-connected glasses for $1,500. The invitations
are being sent to winners of a contest Google conducted a month ago. Google Glass is supposed to perform smartphone tasks but respond to voice commands instead of fingers. The glasses have a hidden camera and a tiny display screen attached to a rim above the right eye.
Google's Sergey Brin and Google Glass.
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