Google Extends Giving Through Glass Initiative for Nonprofits


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Google has announced that it will be extending its Giving Through Glass initiative that the company has launched last October.

The initiative aims to place its wearable computing technology, Google Glass, to nonprofit organizations throughout the U.S. Giving Through Glass will choose five nonprofits to receive the device and a trip to a Google Glass training center to learn how to use it, along with a $25,000 grant.

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