When you’re at home: How to use Google Glass to shop online
When you want to browse the web, look up a word or phrase that you know, but don’t know what that word or word phrase means, like “french fries” or “faux tan.”
Google Glass, the wearable computer, is a smart phone that can translate English into French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Portuguese-Brazilian and Korean, and it has a screen that makes it possible to take photos or video while you’re out and about.
Google Glass is one of a number of devices designed to let people interact online, but they are still relatively limited.
Google says it is now working to expand the range of its devices beyond its glasses, and the company is making that happen with Glass, a device that lets people interact with the internet without their glasses.
The first Google Glasses have been in the hands of people in the U.S. and the U, Australia, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Spain, New Zealand and Russia.
Now the company has announced that it is making the devices available to anyone in the world who wants to use them.
It’s unclear exactly how many people are using Google Glass right now, but the company says it expects to add another 5 million people to its global online community within a year.
Google will not be able to offer the devices to anyone who hasn’t had a Glass in their possession.
That includes people who haven’t had the glasses themselves, or who have worn them in the past, the company said in a blog post.
Google’s move to open up the Glass device to anyone is a significant step in a growing trend that has seen the use of smartphones, tablets and computers grow rapidly over the past decade.
That trend began with the advent of smartphones in the late 1990s, and has accelerated in recent years.
Google launched Google Glass in 2014.
While the devices are technically different from traditional smartphones, they share a common goal: providing people with the ability to look around and take pictures or videos at the same time.
While Google Glass doesn’t yet allow users to send and receive photos, video or text messages from people they’ve met, it allows people to upload a picture of a person, text that person a message, or record audio and video.
The Glass devices also work with Google’s voice-controlled assistant, Google Assistant, and can be used to check email, set appointments and check weather forecasts.
Google said it is working on a feature that will let Glasses be used as smart cards that can be inserted into a credit card or pay with a credit or debit card.
Glasses also have other capabilities, like allowing users to look up information about an area of a shopping mall or a store.
The company said that it was also developing software that will allow Glasses to automatically upload photos to social media, and Google Glass will be available for sale later this year.
Glass is not the only product being rolled out by Google this year that offers a similar functionality.
Google announced last week that it will begin selling Google Glass headphones in the United States.
Google is also launching a camera accessory called Google Glass Lens that will help people look up the correct address for a person when they ask for directions.
Google Lens also allows users to use Glasses cameras as a virtual camera, giving them a view of what is happening on a street or at a restaurant.
Glass will also allow people to take selfies with Glasses and share those images with friends.
Google has not said how much the Glasses will cost, but it will be free to buy and users will be able purchase one each for $150 and $300, respectively.
Google also is launching an Android Wear watch and a smart speaker that will make it easier for people to interact with Google Glass.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai said in the blog post that the company will continue to make its products available to more people.
“Google Glass is an incredible opportunity for millions of people to share more of their lives online,” he said.
“Our goal is to build a community of Glass users and make Glass an indispensable part of their everyday lives.”