The article also notes that Google is more than likely gearing up to showcase its revision of Google Glass here at some point in 2015, as earlier reports had indeed suggested. This is because Google is ending the Glass Explorer Program on January 19, which means that after that date individuals will no longer be able to buy the wearable device.
Businesses and other groups can still have access to Glass, though, courtesy of an application process that will get kicked off soon. On top of that, Glass at Work is still going to hang around.
With Glass getting its own unit outside of the experimental labs, it would appear that Google is buckling down on the wearable, and preparing it for a bigger launch at some point in the future. Could 2015 be the year that Glass goes mainstream?
[via Wall Street Journal]