Google Glass receiving XE23 software update

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Google Glass was heavily promoted when early adopter "Glass Explorers" paid $1500 for the device in 2013.

Well, we are reaching out to Google for comment and will update this story if we hear something concrete. As mentioned above, the update is not significant, which includes an update to "MyGlass"- Google Glass' Android companion app, some bug fixes, performance improvements and Bluetooth support.

Augmented reality glasses Google Glass has received its first three-year update of the firmware number XE23.

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Among the stuff that has been added, are bluetooth input device support. While the update isn't particularly huge or anything, it does confirm the fact that the Google Glass is still a product.

If you have a Google Glass sitting in a drawer somewhere in your bedroom, go ahead and plug it back in, punch in your new Wi-Fi password, and download the update. It was actually a Google X project and once it graduated from the company's experimental labs, it was repositioned as more of an enterprise product.

Whether or not the company decides to make one in the future is another matter entirely, but it hasn't hinted anything about that as yet.

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