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5 Reasons Why Google Glass Failed Miserably

With Google having discontinued Glass in its current form, we take a look at where they want wrong with the wearable tech.

Paul Tamburroby Paul Tamburro

Google Glass as we knew and tolerated it is dead. 

After Google announced that it would be discontinuing its current range of Glass models alongside its Explorer program, we weren’t exactly surprised. Considering the expense the company had piled into the wearables, they had never really caught on, and public perception wasn’t great. While they insist that they are working on new Glass models for the future, it’s difficult to see a time when the tech is ever accepted by the general public.

Also See: R.I.P. Google Glass: Tech Giant Discontinuing Wearable Tech Range

With that being said, it’s time to take a look at the history of Google’s failed project, and where it went wrong. Here are 5 reasons why Google Glass failed miserably: