Microsoft’s Own Google Glass?

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We covered Microsoft’s recent acquisition of ODG recently. The company paid $150 to get its hands on a firm that has been developing augmented reality devices for a long time. Could this mean we might see Microsoft Glasses soon? It could be that Microsoft is just trying to protect itself from copyright infringement and is already in the process of developing its own solution. It is also likely that this will speed up whatever Microsoft has been working on. If you look at some of the videos of ODG products, you won’t find it hard to guess what Microsoft is planning:

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