Stumbling out the gate
|The dangers of marketing half-baked products|
(From Inc.) The dust has settled (sort of) since Google released its concept video April 4 for Google Glasses. If you haven't seen it yet, check it out. The idea is to develop eyewear that essentially replaces the smartphone—so that floating in the periphery of your eyesight at all times are options to do things like get directions, place video calls, or check into Google+.
Some people love it. Others are worried about the distraction factor. And then there are the jokesters, like Jimmy Kimmel, who created his own version of Google's Glasses with disastrous consequences.
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