The US tech firm has obtained a patent to work on its smart glasses, which will compete against Google's Project Glass.
While Google plans to deliver its glasses to developers early next year and then to consumers in 2014, Microsoft's launch is still unknown.
The main difference between both smart glasses is that Microsoft's product, which patent was filed in May 2011, was designed as something users wear specifically for live events, like baseball games, rather than...
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