"So I believe it's just a matter of time before we see Google and other companies release products and platforms that outperform the technology we see in the marketplace today," Blau said.
Strawn also doubts Google is done with Glass, but said the company may be rethinking the project.
"It's just been a stepping back and a period of time trying to understand what they're learning from the experience," he added. "They might be stepping away from some of the more consumer-oriented applications. They might be focusing more on the enterprise. That kind of follows Google's business model -- you put something forth, get feedback and then make changes accordingly."
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