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New updates will stop Google Glass from hijacking your phone calls


Today, Google announced a trio of updates heading to Glass later this week and they appear to be pretty thoughtful. First on the docket is image backups.This process will only take place when Glass is connected to WiFi, however users with wireless data to burn will have the option of forcing a data backup if they wish to do so. Snap happy shutterbugs will also be able to clear photos and videos from their timelines, which should help keep things nice and tidy.

Lastly, Google is improving the way Glass handles phone calls. If you place or answer a call from your phone, the audio will be stay on your handset. The same process applies whenever Glass is inactive. So if Glass can’t detect that you’re wearing it, call audio will be routed to your phone. OK Glass, three down, only a few more changes to go.

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