TechRadars first story about the Google Glass and the Glass wearable computers is the first batch.
Google is expected to launch a number of different versions of the wearable computer this year, including a standalone model and a tablet computer.
Google is also reportedly working on a new wearable computer called Google Glass, which would allow users to have a virtual reality headset in their pockets.
It would also allow them to use the computer in a variety of new ways, including to watch movies and take pictures.
The first batch is expected in March 2018, and Google Glass would be released to the public in November.
Google Glass is expected not to work with a tablet or smartwatch, but would be compatible with other hardware including the iPhone, Samsung Galaxy and Sony PlayStation, according to TechRadaria.
Google has also reportedly developed a wearable computer for augmented reality that will work with the HTC Vive virtual reality headsets.
Google Glass is also expected to work on a smartwatch and a phone, as well as some other wearable devices.
The wearable computers would be connected to the Internet via a wireless adapter, which is likely to work in conjunction with the Google Cardboard app for Android.
Google currently has no wearable computers available for sale.
The company is also still working on its Project Glass, a virtual-reality headset that has not yet launched.
Google recently revealed plans for a new VR headset, Project Loon, which could be launched later this year.
Google recently acquired the hardware design of the Google Assistant mobile assistant and is working on developing an Android version of the mobile assistant.
The company is currently working on an Android app called Glass for Android that would allow developers to build apps for Google Glass.
Google announced plans to launch Glass on April 14, 2018, but it is currently not available to purchase.