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Google’s new wearable computer, the Google Glass, is now available to purchase through Google’s online store.

Google said it would support the device, but the company said it is still developing the hardware for its own Google Glass wearable.

The Glass will be available in the UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and Brazil.

Google’s official website says the device will be released later this year. 

The device will come in three different sizes.

The smallest will be a 10mm wide by 8mm thick, the second will be 12mm wide, and the largest will be 16mm wide.

The device will include a microphone, a speaker, a compass, a GPS, a gyroscope, and a camera.

The Glass will also feature a camera that will be able to capture images, and can be controlled with a touch screen on the back of the device. 

Google’s wearable computer will include two cameras that will track the wearer’s position and location.

The camera can also record video and audio from the device’s microphone.

The Google Glass will not include Google Glass software, but Google will provide a web-based version of Glass software for developers to use.

The devices will also come with a “headset microphone,” allowing for “virtual reality” games and other immersive experiences.

Google is expected to sell its own version of the Glass wearable, but it won’t be available until later this fall. 

Earlier this year, Google revealed plans for Google Play, a service that allows people to download and play games from the company’s app store. 

On its website, Google said that the Google Play store will be integrated into Google’s Android OS, meaning that users will be receiving an upgrade to Android 8.1.

The store will also allow users to download apps from the Google Appstore, and it will be accessible on all Android phones, tablets, and computers.

Google also announced it will begin offering support for the Google Chromecast streaming device and the Google Assistant, a voice-activated assistant that can be used to access Google services. 

In February, Google also said it will start selling Glass at a special price point of $99, with a 30 day trial of the product starting on April 11.

Google Play will be discontinued by April 30, and users will not be able purchase the device again.