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Apple CEO Tim Cook finds Google Glass 'difficult'

Tim Cook, while addressing a conference, questioned whether people would actually want to wear the technology on their faces.

Apple CEO Tim Cook. PHOTO: AP Apple CEO Tim Cook. PHOTO: AP
Google's wearable technology Google Glass, which has been gaining a lot of uncertainty about its usage and subsequent abuse related to privacy concerns, has not found a clear admirer in Apple CEO Tim Cook.

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Cook, while addressing a conference, said that the product by Google is not only difficult in terms of wearing the technology on the face but also acquiring it for $1,500 dollars.

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According to CNN, he questioned whether people would actually want to wear the technology on their faces.

Speculations about Apple unveiling an iWatch have been rampant and Cook also hinted towards entering the 'wearables' market someday but did not give out specifications saying that there is a lot of scope for exploration in this space.