It’s been a long road for the eyewear giant.
Google Glass was first introduced in 2012, with its first consumer product being the Daydream View VR headset.
Its first iteration, the Google Glass Pro, was released in 2014, and was subsequently redesigned and improved to become the Google Cardboard headset, with which it launched the Glass wearable.
And then, in 2017, Google Glass came out with the Pixel, which became Google Glass Plus in 2019.
In 2020, the company released the Glass Spectacles, which added an additional layer of privacy and security to the headset, and it was at this time that the company finally announced its Glass Spectaclass, a larger, more portable version of the headset.
The Google Glass Spectactls were launched in 2019, and continued the trend of making a bigger and better version of their previous headsets.
In 2017, it was announced that the Google Vision Glass would launch later that year, and would become the Glass Lens, which was launched in 2018.
That year, the Glass Pixel was released, which continued the trends of making smaller, smaller, and cheaper versions of the headsets.
By 2020, Glass was expected to come out with a smaller version, the Pixel XL.
The Pixel XL was announced in 2019 and was expected in 2020.
However, in October of that year Google announced that it would release the Pixel 3 in 2017.
The original Pixel was supposed to launch in 2018, but that year was pushed back, and the Pixel 2 in 2019 was announced.
That was the year Glass was supposed a full year after its original release.
And the Pixel was announced with a $350 price tag, which put it on par with the likes of the Oculus Rift, but below the Oculus Gear VR and HTC Vive.
And by the time Glass 3 was announced, the cost of the Pixel had skyrocketed to $1,700.
And even if Glass is finally coming out with an updated version of its original Glass headset, there are still a number of issues that still need to be worked out, like battery life and battery efficiency.
That’s not to say that there’s not still a lot to be desired from the device.
But Google has shown that it’s willing to listen to consumer feedback, and that it understands the needs of the consumer.
It also showed that it cares about its hardware, and even went so far as to upgrade the camera to a newer sensor.
Google also released an update to Glass, and while it wasn’t much, it did make the glasses more portable, and made the Pixel smaller.
And now that Google has gotten its product out the door, it’s not likely to have a long wait for a new version of Glass, but the device has been a great addition to the Google ecosystem.
Google has also taken a look at the market, and has begun to see how well Glass fits in with the various smartwatches and devices that are on the market.
Google’s head of hardware, Tom Logan, said that Glass has “a place in our ecosystem.”
Logan added that Glass “can do more than just watch your eyes, and will be part of our broader wearable technology ecosystem.”
It’s clear that Google is serious about the project, and wants to build a wearable product that will serve as a better alternative to the various smartphones, wearables, and computers that are out there.
And that’s exactly what Google is doing.
Google is also working on its own hardware, which has been rumored to be called the Glass Elite, though no firm details have been released yet.
Google seems to be moving away from the idea of Glass as a standalone product, instead building a complete smartwatch or smartphone experience.
And Google is showing that it is committed to its wearable tech, and in fact, it is making a big effort to make Glass even better.