Google's futuristic Glass headgear will be available before year's end. The device may well be the final step before human-machine interaction moves under our skin—but its wearers may trigger some undesired social reactions from friends and family members, and it may not go over too well at your local watering hole, either. In fact, judging from our early look, Google Glass won't be welcome in lots of places.
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