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A closer look at Google Glass

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Lance Ulanoff of Mashable.com takes a closer look at the Google Glass.

The eye glasses come with a built-in computer.

"This is pretty exciting. Wearable technology is the future. It is a computer on your head. It has a heads-up display (that the user can see.) It looks like a 25-inch screen floating about seven feet in front of you," said Ulanoff.

Google Glass has voice commands, touch control, sports scores and temperature.

"It records 10 seconds of video. Anything that I put on here I can share to the world immediately," said Ulanoff.

Google Glass is a blend of voice activation and touch.

"It actually said in my ear. 'Yes, it's raining," said Ulanoff.

It turns on with a head tilt or a tap.

Google Glass costs $1,500. It is not available to the mass market.

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