From smart glasses, through always-on cameras to wearables that monitor your alertness, the way we work is about to undergo a major transformation.
A job posting in Google's Glass division hints that version 2.0 of the headset is almost ready for an unveiling.
If Google's hiring strategy is anything to go by, it's far from done with Glass - and more products are on the way.
Eric Schmidt calls Glass' death overblown and reveals the wearable will return when it's 'ready for users.'
Google Glass was not the success it could have been, and Google's research head has opened up about why.