Google forms the Glass Collective to invest in eye technology entrepreneurs

Google forms the Glass Collective to invest in eye technology entrepreneurs

www.engadget.com
Google believes that it's naive to build a wearable technology like Google Glass and expect successful businesses to simply materialize from thin air; those firms will need a financial nudge, too. Accordingly, Google is forming the Glass Collective to invest in projects centering on its eyewear. The partnership will...
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