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Now Playing: This is what the next iPhone looks like Now Playing, Google Glass, Google’s Glass wearable Now Playing Google has officially announced the Google Glass device, an augmented reality headset with a touchscreen, a built-in camera, and a range of accessories.

The new wearable is coming to the US, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, South Korea, Japan, China, India, Brazil, and Russia later this year.

While Google Glass isn’t set to hit the market for a year, we’ve got our hands on a pair of Google Glass prototypes right now.

Here’s how we put Google Glass to the test.

First, we tested Google Glass in real-world scenarios.

Here are our impressions.

Google Glass prototype test setup: Google Glass headset and Google Home device.

Google Home with a microphone on Google Glass headphone jack.

Google Chrome browser.

Google Pixel phone with Google Glass face and Google Glass eye camera.

Google Cardboard goggles for viewing video on Google Cardboards.

Google Hangouts video chat.

Google Maps Google Maps on the Google Pixel with the Google Card board and Glass headset.

Google Calendar Google Calendar on the Pixel with Glass headset, Google Assistant, and Google Play Music.

Google Assistant Google Assistant on the Glass headset with Google Assistant.

Google Camera Google Camera on the headset with Glass camera.

The Google Pixel and Glass Google Pixel XL.

Google Play Store Google Play store on the phone and Google Card boards.

Google Voice Google Voice on the Cardboards, Google Card Boards, and the Google Google Pixel.

Google Keyboard Google Keyboard on the cardboard with Google Voice headset, Pixel XL, and Glass.

Google Lens Google Lens on the camera with Google Lens headset, and Pixel XL and Glass glasses.

The Pixel XL Pixel XL Google Pixel is the best-looking phone you’ve ever owned.

Google is using the Pixel and Pixel 2 to create a new line of Google glasses.

They’ll be available starting this fall.

Here is what you need to know about the Google-made Google Glass.

Google Glass is Google’s first augmented reality device that’s designed to be worn on your head, or even on your face.

Glass can project images from the outside of your head onto the glass to provide a more immersive experience.

Google’s glasses can also have microphones, sensors, and other components inside, which means that the glasses can be worn by any device that has a Bluetooth connection, like an Android phone or tablet.

Google says that the Google glasses can project a wide range of images and text.

The lenses can also project 3D objects like people and objects from the front and side of the body.

The camera can track the position of your glasses and can be used to scan objects or make gestures.

Google also announced that the Pixel will be the first phone to use Google’s new Google Assistant technology, which Google says will make voice recognition much more useful.

Google says that it will offer voice recognition on Glass devices, but that the voice recognition will be a lot less accurate than what you can get from a normal smartphone.

Google said it’s aiming for accuracy as low as 50% for the voice commands.

The Glass team says the Glass software will let you make voice commands in as few as 20 seconds.

The Google Glass team also announced a few other cool accessories like a Google CardBoard headset, the Google Assistant voice recognition headset, a Google Pixel camera, a headset with two earbuds, and more.

The glasses will be available on the first of September.

The headset with Pixel and Google Assistant will go on sale later this fall in the US.

Google also announced its Pixel XL phone that will use Google Glass’ cameras, which we also tested.

The phone will go up for preorder on August 30 in the UK and the UK on August 31 in Australia.

The next Google Glass phone will be launching in the second quarter of this year in the United States.