Google Is Hitting The Road To Drum Up Interest In Google Glass

Google is taking Google Glass on the road. The company has announced plans to visit cities around the U.S. and give locals a chance to not only learn about Google Glass, but also to give the device a hands-on try. … we’re going to start bringing Glass to cities across the US so you can […]

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google-glass-logo-200pxGoogle is taking Google Glass on the road.

The company has announced plans to visit cities around the U.S. and give locals a chance to not only learn about Google Glass, but also to give the device a hands-on try.

… we’re going to start bringing Glass to cities across the US so you can give it a spin. You’ll be able to try on Glass, ask questions and chat with the Glass team in person.

The first event is happening next week — October 5th — in Durham, North Carolina. The RSVP page reveals that it’s an all-day event, running from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Google promises that it’ll be taking Glass to other cities after Durham, but didn’t announce any details.



The device is expected to start selling to the public sometime in 2014.


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