At its annual conference last April
, Google unveiled its newest device: Glass. It's a headmounted computer, with a lens hovering over the the upper corner of your right eye. You can take take pictures, record video, and access the internet. The device had a limited roll-out last month, and now 2,000 people across the US are Glass owners. The device has been both marveled and scrutinized. While the NSA's PRISM project
grabs headlines, critics have jumped on Glass, and the implications it poses for privacy and data collection. Brent chats with Google Glass owners Breon Nagy
and Taylor Hatmaker
, about whether concerns around Google's new gadget are warranted.