Google Glass has been in development for a long time, but it’s still early days.
The latest news from the Glass team is that they’re working on a new version of the hardware that will allow people to stream live TV to their TV.
Glass is currently powered by the Google Chromecast and will soon be able to use a USB hub to connect to a TV’s HDMI port.
This will allow users to watch live TV with Google Glass in the home.
The device will also support the upcoming Google Cast Audio system, which allows people to access a TV through headphones and speakers.
The Google Glass team has released a list of upcoming software updates for Glass, which is designed to address the many bugs they’ve discovered in its software.
The team is currently focused on the hardware update, but Google Glass will be available for people to use in the future.
Google Glass users will be able stream live television on their television with Chromecast support and will be connected to a Chromecast via HDMI, which means they can use their glasses with any computer, including the Google Chromebook.
In the meantime, the Chromecast audio system will be in testing.
Google has not announced pricing for Glass yet, but the device is expected to cost between $1,500 and $2,000.