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Submitted by HyperBear 364d ago | news

Buried code in Google Glass points to Xbox Live-like features for Android

Gaming on Android devices isn’t quite on the same level as iOS. The Apple products still tend to get more games, and Apple provides deeper support with its Game Center software that manages friends and multiplayer gaming.

Google is finally catching up in that last respect, according to code buried in the MyGlass Android app that ties the company’s new Google Glass wearable computers to Android phones and tablets. The code, first discovered by Android Police, supports real-time/turn-based multiplayer, invitations, in-game chat, lobbies, leaderboards, and achievements. (Android, Mobile, Tech)

Software_Lover  +   364d ago
I will never, ever, EVER wear one of these.
nukeitall  +   364d ago
Interesting, but I don't really want to wear glasses. Hated them for 3D.

Maybe as a device on the go, but carrying a tablet/phone is far more natural than wearing glasses. It's like those blue-tooth headsets.

They were a big thing upon release, but almost no-one uses them anymore. They were just not comfortable.

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