More restaurant brands and organizations are eying Google Glass, a new technology device from the monolithic search-engine company, as a tool to use in training and operations as it becomes increasingly available to the public. Google Glass, which is worn like a pair of glasses and offers functions like recording video and communicating, became available to the general public on Tax Day, April 15, in a single-day offering, and is likely to become widely available by year’s end. KFC and ...

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