- Tech Check April 10
According to internal documents obtained by The Verge, Google on Tuesday is opening access to its Explorer Program, a small pool of beta testers who own the $1,500 face computers known as Google Glass.
You'll have to act fast because the offer is only available for a day. But wait, there's more! Google is reportedly throwing in complimentary sunglass shades or prescription glass frames with every purchase.
Entrance into the Explorer Program used to be pretty difficult, with the search giant demanding that applicants prove that they were worthy of the device. The relaxed rules are seen as the company's "biggest push yet to get Glass in the hands of as many people as possible."
Read more at The Verge.- - Jordan Valinsky
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