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You might get some funny looks from fellow drivers or from security at the airport, but Google’s internet-equipped eyewear is built for business travel.
Having something on your face while operating a moving vehicle might not sound safe. But from my experience wearing Glass the last few weeks, the device offers a compelling — if not-quite-there-yet — solution to distracted driving.
Glass serves up context-based info like the forecast and commute times much like Google Now. One of Google Now’s handiest features is real-time flight updates.