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The New York Times broke the Google Glass story?

David Pogue played with a pair of Google Glasses. I am a fan of Pogue and the New York Times in general; I am not a fan of his fact-checkers (if such a role exists).

This idea got a lot of people excited when Nick Bilton of The New York Times broke the story of the glasses in February.

Let’s have a look at that story:

Seth Weintraub, a blogger for 9 to 5 Google, who first wrote about the glasses project in December, and then discovered more information about them this month, also said the glasses would be Android-based.

Something is broke at the New York Times.

UPDATE: Pogue just told us that there was some editing snafu and he would update shortly.

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