The Google Glass project has been paralyzed until further notice. Google has canceled sales of the current device and is removing it from the Explorer program, although it is possible that it will launch it as a commercial device at some point.
UPDATED NEWS: We corrected the previous information, in which we reported that Google was abandoning the project. After about 3 years of development, and after a few months on sale for no less than $1,500 as part of Google’s Explorer program, the Mountain View giant has decided to withdraw Glass from the Google X department, Google’s innovative projects program.
This movement opens up a diverse range of possibilities: Google launches them as a commercial product in their current (unlikely) state, abandons the project completely, or tries to give it a new impulse and rethink it in terms of features, functionality and, above all price. By leaving the Google X department, Glass will have more independence within Google and will no longer be considered an experimental project, therefore from now on it is more likely that advances in Glass will be kept secret and we will find out more things when the commercial launch approaches, if it ever happens.