Questioning Google Glass' vision

The first batch of the Google Glasses came out last month – and was met with a resounding “meh” from the critics. So are they right, or are they simply reacting with knee-jerk aversion to an emerging paradigm of computing?

It was labelled one of 2012’s most important inventions and “the next big thing”.

So it was, with great fanfare, that Google sent its first batch of Google Glasses out into the geekdom in March – and was met with a resounding “meh”.

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