Google Play Music All Access customers are part of an elite set of VIPs who are able to get their hands on a pair of the new Google Glass wearable computer glasses, according to PCmag.com. The search engine giant is extending its Glass invitations to customers paying $9.99 per month for the all-access streaming music service, emailing them a chance at the limited edition $1500 headsets.
As reported in MusicRow last month, Google recently rolled out a Glass voice command that allows users to access their personal music library with the phrase: “OK Glass, listen to….” During last month’s Engadget Expand conference in New York, Google senior development advocate Timothy Jordan revealed that the company is moving towards a larger rollout of the glasses.
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