updated - February 20, 2020 Thursday EST
Google's commercial sale of its connected eyewear device glass will not turn into two days.
However, the company is apparently working on other avenues to further develop its Explorer program USA Today reported.
"Welcome to our new Explorers! All spots in the Explorer Program have been claimed for now, but if you missed it this time, don't worry. We'll be trying new ways to expand the Explorer program in the future. You can sign up below to stay updated. That's all for now, folks," Google said in a post on its blog.
The company announced that the Android Kitkat operating system is coming to the device this week PC Magazine reported.
The operating system will give consumers more power for their battery, and one they can depend on all for $1,500 in a promotion that has openings available in Google's Glass Explorer program until the close of business Tuesday PC Magazine reported. The new system is a change from Android's 4.0.3 program.
Google Glass is also equipped with many features such as game playing, and listening to music.
Users can play tennis, a balance game which tests their ability to keep books on their head, clay shooter similar to the infamous duck hunt game, Match which evaluates how well one pairs patches with similar patterns, and Shape Splitter where shapes are broken up information on the blog read.
Google Glass music capabilities allows users to look for songs, review playlists, and hear music files in good quality sound with the device on their head.
Google users can also send friend requests to three of their close acquaintances, and listen to music.
According to USA Today, Google's next update to the connected eyewear will reportedly improve the device's battery, allow users to publicize photos they have taken, and upgrade resources for software engineers.
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