Gizmag goes hands-on to take a look at the present and potential of smartwatches and Google Glass
The Qualcomm Toq is one of several smartwatches that let you control your smartphone's music playback
The Qualcomm Toq with the Google Glass Explorer Edition
Google Glass is anything but subtle
We've surprised ourselves at how much we're getting used to looking like this
Glass' processor, memory, camera, and battery are all crammed into that long frame
The Pebble smartwatch with a paired GS4
The Galaxy Gear is only compatible with a handful of Samsung Galaxy flagships
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Google Glass Explorer Edition 2.0
Will future smart glasses look more like this? (original: Shutterstock)
Google is rumored to be working on a smartwatch of its own (original: Shutterstock)
The Sony SmartWatch 2
Can this ever be fashionable?
The Martian Watch has an incognito look, along with Siri and Google Now audio input and output
The Pebble, Samsung Galaxy Gear, Sony SmartWatch 2, Qualcomm Toq, and Martian Watch are the biggest names in smartwatches today
If wearable computing really is the next big thing, then will the future look more like Google Glass or an iWatch? Well, Gizmag has spent plenty of time with all the big smartwatches, and we're now "Exploring" with Google Glass, so we have a few things to say on the subject. Read on, as we take a look at the present and future of Google Glass and smartwatches.
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