With Google Glass firmly in its test stage people around the world are coming up with nifty ideas for applications.
Interestingly – unlike certain other tech companies such as Apple, which takes a closed approach to its testing process – Google is calling on these forward thinkers to offer suggestions about what they'd like Glass to do when it is fully released.
We've decided to help Google out, offering the tech giant 10 ways we think Glass can help businesses.
10. Watching Youtube when stuck in a boring work meeting No matter how exciting your job is, at some point in your career you are going to be stuck in a boring meeting or presentation.
In these dull situations there's always a temptation to simply stop paying attention, pull out your smartphone and enjoy some good old-fashioned YouTube antics.
To date, this temptation has always been countermanded by the inevitable telling off you'd get from your boss for slacking off. But with the arrival of Google Glass, a tech that lets you covertly surf the web, this dilemma could soon be solved.
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