In this photo taken July 26, Google Glass, a device which offers video recording, photographic, and Internet access capabilities while worn like a pair of glasses, sits on a table in the offices of Web development firm Whiteboard in Chattanooga, Tenn. Whiteboard was selected to beta test the device in Google's "If I Had Glass" campaign after they tweeted that they would use the device to record video of daily life in rural Cambodia.
In this photo taken July 26, Google Glass, a device which offers video recording, photographic, and Internet access capabilities while worn like a pair of glasses, sits on a table in the offices of Web development firm Whiteboard in Chattanooga, Tenn. Whiteboard was selected to beta test the device in Google's "If I Had Glass" campaign after they tweeted that they would use the device to record video of daily life in rural Cambodia. AP
In this photo taken July 26, Google Glass, a device which offers video recording, photographic, and Internet access capabilities while worn like a pair of glasses, sits on a table in the offices of Web development firm Whiteboard in Chattanooga, Tenn. Whiteboard was selected to beta test the device in Google's "If I Had Glass" campaign after they tweeted that they would use the device to record video of daily life in rural Cambodia. AP

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