Selling your Google glasses? Not a good idea.

Google glasses are on their way to the developers who pre-registered for the glasses. Google recently released specifications for the glasses along with the company's terms which state that if anyone tries to loan or resell or transfer the Google glasses to any other person without company's authorization, Google has the right to deactivate the device and no one will be entitled any refund or product warranty.

One owner tried to sell his glass on eBay, but the auction was ended when he was made aware of the terms. This item had attracted offers well  over $90000.

Talking about the specifications, Google glasses will have a 5MP camera and built in wifi. Glasses will also have bluetooth so the user can connect them with  his phone and interact with an app called MyGlass.

The device will connect to the internet and provide additional information about the world around on a display worn above the user's right eye. Users will interact with the glasses by simple voice commands such as "take a picture".They will feature adjustable nosepads and a high resolution display along with 16GB of memory out of which 12 will be available to the user. All this along with a day long battery.

Google glasses are the first of the new generation technologies that many other companies are also focusing on.
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