Explorer Program

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    … fitness-obsessed. Facebook Insights posted a chart with the most-talked about topics divided by gender and age. Here’s a sample: Finally, we have the “blow your mind” stat for the week: MySpace reaches 50 million people a month. Really. Bet most of you didn’t even know MySpace was still a thing. Well, it is and it’s slowly transformed into a hub…

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  • Google Glass Is Dead? Google Glass Is Reborn? Yes. Both.

    … launch in Spring 2013. The device was initially sold only via invites, but opened up more widely last year to anyone in the US and UK who was willing to spend $1500 (USD) to become an Explorer and help Google publicly test the device. The Explorer program has been marred by several public incidents that put Explorers and the device itself in a bad…

    Matt Mcgee/ Marketing Landin Google- 13 readers -
  • An Entirely Different Direction For Google Glass?

    … this means that Google doesn’t anticipate a major Glass rollout (Google Glass is still in open beta through the Explorer program) until at least late 2015. It may also mean Google doesn’t expect the current generation of Glass to go mainstream, and is holding off on a full production run until it can sway consumer interest with an improved design…

    Daniel Cristo/ Marketing Landin Google Facebook YouTube- 17 readers -
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