Gartner says there are ‘no plans’ for Google Glass ban

Gartners, the data-analytics firm that helped Google launch the technology, said today it had no plans to ban Google Glass.

Glass has a strong appeal among businesspeople and students, and the company has been widely praised by critics who say it creates a barrier to online commerce.

But Glass’s developers are concerned it is being used to undermine the privacy of consumers and it could hurt their business if it were to be banned.

The company, which recently said it was shutting down its Glass app, said it would continue to provide services for its consumer customers, including its consumer app.

“Glass is an important tool for people looking to make informed decisions about what they buy, but it also helps businesses and organisations to manage their financials and stay on top of the latest news and trends,” Gartens chief financial officer Mark Wiedemann said in a statement.

“It can be used for good, bad and indifferent purposes.

And it is important for businesses to be transparent about what it does and doesn’t do.”

Glass has been controversial in recent years as it has attracted criticism for creating an artificial intelligence (AI) layer to help the user navigate through its user interface.

Google says it has been making improvements to the software and has a working prototype for a commercial version.

Gartner’s research chief Michael Houlihan said in his blog post today that Glass was not a new product and had been around for a long time.

“But the sheer ubiquity of Glass has resulted in a strong sense of unease about the future of the technology,” he wrote.

“While we see Glass as a valuable tool in the toolbox for business, its use for non-commercial purposes could be undermining consumer privacy.”

Gartners believes that Glass is a powerful tool in helping people make informed financial decisions, and has been praised by the tech community for creating a user interface that makes it easier to make financial decisions.

It also said Glass could be used to identify and target terrorists and criminals.

But it added that the technology was not yet ready for widespread use.

“Google Glass is currently the most popular product on the market and we expect it will continue to grow as we expand it beyond businesses and consumers,” Gertner wrote.

“It is important to note that there is currently no plan to ban Glass.”

Google Glass was first launched in 2013 as a way to let people watch videos and images on their smart devices, and it is still one of the most sought-after wearable devices among people.

But Garteners research said the market for Glass is largely dominated by those who want to sell their devices to businesses.

“As a result, the market is expected to remain largely untapped,” Garteil wrote.

Garteil said Glass was still in its early stages and that Gartener was “looking forward to further exploring its potential”.

“Glass could be a powerful, flexible and disruptive tool for business and consumer in the future, as it is a great tool for making better and more informed decisions, but we do not yet have the roadmap for widespread adoption of Glass,” Gartenil wrote in his post.

“This is important because we know that Glass can be misused by criminals and criminals will use it to harm consumers and business if they are not fully transparent about the nature of the interactions that occur on Glass.”