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  • Checking in to the Google Glass Hotel
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Checking in to the Google Glass Hotel

Google Glass has a rather shaky reputation; the word ‘glasshole’ seems to enjoy wider usage than the product itself. But while some venues have banned Glass, others are embracing it - like the LeDomaine hotel in Spain, which offers a Glass-enabled stay.

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