Google Glass gains more listening skills thanks to new software update

Tammy Hopkinson, MBA:

I would love to have these. I think that it would be cool and interesting.

Originally posted on Gigaom:

Google Glass(s goog) owners will be able to get more use from their smart specs just by speaking to them after this month’s software update is installed. Google announced the new features on Monday with the software rolling out to devices over the next few days. Each month, Google improves Google Glass software, with last month’s focus being on camera improvements.

According to the official Project Glass account on Google Plus, voice activity takes center stage this month:

“Now with Glass you can get things done without having to lift a finger. Let’s say your friend texts you. You can now say “ok glass, read aloud” to hear it and answer with “ok glass, reply.” Mom calling? Just say “ok glass, answer call.” Boyfriend away on business? Send that selfie straight away with “ok glass, share with Felix.”

Also included is better contact integration with the glasses. Choosing the “Send…

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I love to write, spend time with the family, and work for the things that I have. It has not always been an easy road but it never is. The more challenging it is the more she loves life. Her goal is to achieve her dreams of having her own business one day. I hope that you enjoy the articles that I write. Some of them are personal experiences that I hope enlightens others. Happy reading! Enjoying life to the fullest. :)
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