Earlier in the week, the tech giant announced it would expand their current Explorer program, offering existing Glass users the chance to invite three friends in the U.S. to become part of the test group. For your chance to be enrolled in the program, head over here.
Although the first generation Google Glass has yet to see a wide release, Google has already unveiled the second generation of the device. Presented with a new hardware update, the redesign of the wearable augmented reality (AR) unit will now be compatible with existing prescription eyeglasses. Further additions include an external mono earbud that replaces the previous bone-conduction speaker from the first prototype.