By Vamien McKalin | Apr 16, 2013 01:15 PM EDT
Google Glass has been at the center of wearable computing device rumors lately. We've seen what the device looks like, real world demonstrations and the software that makes it all possible. However, we've never been told the exact date Google Glass would be available for public consumption.
For those who are unaware, the Google Glass companion application, MyGlass, is live in the Google Play Store. Right now, the app does nothing without an actual Google Glass device, so if you're not a developer or one of those persons who went out and spent $1,500, then MyGlass will do nothing for you.
Furthermore, if you keep looking through the pictures on Google Play Store, you'll see a picture of a puppy in pajamas: it's cute and probably the best thing about MyGlass on the store right now.
However, there is something in the images you might have missed while scrolling through. A particular image that displays the device information and device location has a very interesting date. The device info states "Device ID, March 15, 8:00 PM," while the device location states "345 Spear Street San Francisco, CA 94105, USA August 6, 2013 PM."
The date Aug. 6, 2013 PM is quite strange, and could very well be a hint at the actual release date of Google Glass. Such a date is too random to be anything firm however, and since Google hasn't officially come out and said anything, you should take this as a big fat rumor.
Recently, Google released the specifications of Google Glass. The device is packing a 5-megapixel camera with 720p video recording support, 16GB onboard storage, Wi-Fi and Bone Conduction Transducer audio. No word on the processor speed.
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