Oops: Google backtracks and revokes some Glass Explorer invitations due to non-compliance

Oops: Google backtracks and revokes some Glass Explorer invitations due to non-compliance

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New Google has announced that some of the invitations it sent out for its Glass Explorer test group will be revoked because not all accepted applicants meet the terms of the contest. The company put out a call for applications in February, allowing Google+ and Twitter users to express interest in...
Oops: Google backtracks and revokes some Glass Explorer invitations due to non-compliance
                                   

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