Vuzix last week demonstrated Internet-enabled smart glasses that the Rochester, N.Y.-based firm hopes to release commercially this summer for "under $500," which means the upstart is likely to beat Google to market. The Android-powered, Bluetooth-controlled glasses would let wearers view social network updates, check their e-mail and use some applications, according to a limited prototype that the company released.
Vuzix may beat Google to the punch with "smart" glasses
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