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Google Glass Will Soon Stream Music

New command to play music, along with stereo earbuds soon to come to early adopters.


Google is all set to ensure that when it does bring its wearable tech, the much-hyped Google Glass, it has enough takers. After announcing support for prescription lenses, the search giant announced new voice commands that will help users play music.

On its official Google+ account, the company announced that it will be rolling out new voice command ("Okay Glass, listen to") for its existing Explorers "in the next few weeks". With it, the technology's early adapters can access tracks from Google Play Music (including tracks from All Access). Plus, users can also look forward to "stereo earbuds designed specifically for Glass, with five interchangeable color caps".  These include grey, white, black, cyan, and orange hues, and will be available by this month-end; priced at $85, reports Also, a few months back, the company rolled-out Sound Search that can identify a song playing in close proximity.

In the meantime, check out this promotional video By Young Guru to promote the feature:

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