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buy Google - Google quietly unveils try and buy program for Google Glass

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Google quietly unveils try and buy program for Google Glass

intomobile.com2014-04-19 15:31:35Cache

Google keeps launching new Glass initiatives. Just the other day, everyone had the opportunity to buy the expensive gadget for a 24-hour period, and now the company is announcing the try and buy program. However, you won’t get the real goods to try out; the search giant will instead offer you the plastic Glass which should give you the idea how wearing such product feels like.

Google quietly unveils try and buy program for Google Glass

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Google quietly unveils try and buy program for Google Glass

intomobile.com2014-04-19 15:31:35Cache

Google keeps launching new Glass initiatives. Just the other day, everyone had the opportunity to buy the expensive gadget for a 24-hour period, and now the company is announcing the try and buy program. However, you won’t get the real goods to try out; the search giant will instead offer you the plastic Glass which should give you the idea how wearing such product feels like.

Google Nexus 7 (summer 2013) review:
                            
        
        The best Android tablet gets even better

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Google Nexus 7 (summer 2013) review: The best Android tablet gets even better

cnet.com2014-04-18 11:06:53Cache

Pound for pound, the Nexus 7 is the best small tablet you can buy. It houses a ridiculously sharp, bright screen, its gaming performance is second only to the fourth-generation iPad, and as a Google-branded tablet it will always see the latest version of Android before any other tablet brand. Also, at $230 (for 16GB), it's still an affordable tablet with one of the highest values in the market, despite a $30 price hike over the previous generation.

Glass: Google sends out dummy specs in try-before-you-buy program

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Glass: Google sends out dummy specs in try-before-you-buy program

digitaltrends.com2014-04-18 10:41:39Cache

In a marketing move that some may find a little odd, Google is now sending out dummy sets of Glass as part of a new try-on scheme to let you find out how the gadget feels perched on the end of your schnozz, or, perhaps more importantly, so you can decide if you look like a Glasshole before you splash out on the yet-to-launch device.

Google Glass Try and Buy Program on Hold For Now

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Google Glass Try and Buy Program on Hold For Now

technobuffalo.com2014-04-18 04:42:44Cache

Stay Connected with Us! Follow TechnoBuffalo Earlier today reports surfaced revealing Google’s new Glass try-and-buy program. It was first discovered by a Reddit user named clide, and basically came in the form of an email that offered to let a potential customer try Glass and various frames for free. Google was simply shipping a box of units and accessories to interest parties, provided potential consumers dropped a $50 deposit and returned the materials within 10 days.

Google Fresh Out of Glass, Explorer Program Now Closed

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Google Fresh Out of Glass, Explorer Program Now Closed

tomshardware.co.uk2014-04-18 01:51:55Cache

Google gave consumers a chance to try (or rather, buy) its wearable computer with its Explorer Program. Anybody who signed up for the Explorer Program on Tuesday had the option of buying Google Glass for $1,500.  The sale was apparently a smash hit, as Google is now fresh out of Google Glass. The Google Glass Explorer web page now reads: "That's all, folks. "We're out of spots in the Explorer Program for now, but may have more to share soon. Sign up below to stay updated.

Peanuts, Cracker Jack and Chromecast -- MLB.TV comes to Google's dongle

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Take me out to the ball game. Take me out with the crowd. Take me to Best Buy to buy a $35 Chromecast. When Google's dongle was announced, I don't think anyone truly knew how popular it would be. At first, it seemed like a cool little accessory for watching YouTube or Netflix videos on your TV. Really, that's all that it was. That is, until Google opened up the SDK. Now, the floodgates are open and the sky is the limit.

Google Launched A Program To Let Glass Users Try Before They Buy

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Google Launched A Program To Let Glass Users Try Before They Buy

businessinsider.com2014-04-18 01:06:50Cache

Steve Kovach/Business Insider Earlier today reports surfaced revealing Google’s new Glass try-and-buy program. It was first discovered by a Reddit user named clide, and basically came in the form of an email that offered to let a potential customer try Glass and various frames for free. Google was simply shipping a box of units and accessories to interest parties, provided potential consumers dropped a $50 deposit and returned the materials within 10 days.

New search engine points way to buy drugs, guns

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New search engine points way to buy drugs, guns

arstechnica.com2014-04-17 21:46:44Cache

Looking online for some good weed, assault rifles, or stolen credit cards? One reddit user has just the thing. With its intuitive, Google-like interface, a new search engine, called Grams, offers users a new tool to find sites, not indexed by standard search engines, that are selling illicit materials. The search engine can only be accessed through the Tor anonymizing browser.

Google Still Top Pick For Wall St, Despite Mobile Ad Challenges

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Google Still Top Pick For Wall St, Despite Mobile Ad Challenges

foxbusiness.com2014-04-17 12:11:50Cache

Google Inc's disappointing first-quarter results left Wall Street unfazed about the internet giant's ability to come to grips with a shift to the fast-growing mobile advertising market. Google shares were down 2 percent in premarket trading on Thursday and at least 12 brokerages cut their target price on the stock. But most analysts kept their "buy" rating on the stock.

Consumer Watchdog: \'Google Glass is Spyware\'

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Consumer Watchdog: 'Google Glass is Spyware'

ibtimes.co.uk2014-04-16 20:16:42Cache

Google Glass is dangerous 'spyware' that harms the privacy of the general public, according to Consumer Watchdog. The wearable technology went on sale to the public for the first time  on 15 April, however Google has stated that it will only be available for 24 hours and that only those living in the US are eligible to buy a pair. The device has aroused concern over the security and privacy of users and the public.