New York Times Already Has Google Glass App

Posted on April 26, 2013

Google Glass Photo

The New York Times is not waiting around to have its content streamed to people wearing Google's upcoming Google Glass technology. CNET reports that the Times already has an app on its website that works with Google Glass. The app, located at, promises to provide breaking news alerts and hourly top news updates.

The app page also says users can "Tap to have article summaries read aloud." Google Glass is not expected to be available until 2014, but it is good to know that apps are ready to go fro the new Google eyewear.

Photo: Google

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