Rarely does Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOGL) show signs of weakness with its line of products which have turned out to be revolutionary for years. Fox Business, Gerri Willis, reports that the era for Google Glass might have come to an end; the giant search engine company having failed to capture the attention of average people with it.
“The era of Google Glass has ended at least for now look, when the product was first unveiled in 2012 as with many Google things. It triggered such a haywire of media frenzy but struggle to sell to the average Jo led to its quick demise,” said Mrs. Willis.
Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOGL) is believed to be winding down the program behind Google Glass as it looks to iron out the future of the gadget that was seen as a revolutionary masterpiece in the fast growing wearable space. Mashable tech analyst, Christina Warren, believes Google Glass was not destined to be a consumer product; seen by its failure to attract huge following in terms of demand and hype in the wearable space.
Google Glass apparently is not the only product that has many tech gurus talking about a possible demise in the coming years. The speed at which 3D printers print content seem to be one of the main wrong doings to the printers, seen by many people raising concerns about their long-term success in terms of demand and sales.
“Little bit of a tank? I am going to say 3D Printers in the home. I don’t think that it is going to take off. It’s got that kind of Google Glass tremendous enterprise potential awesome stuff, but I don’t see regular people having them because it takes so long to print anything,” said Mrs. Warren.
Oculus Rift might have garnered popularity in the gaming world, but Warren maintains chances are low that it will ever be a mainstream product something that should be a concern to Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT). Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) also joins Google with Fire Phone that turned out to be a disappointment just as Google Glass. The Undoing to the Fire phone was it being unveiled in an era highly dominated by iPhones and Galaxy.
Let Warren Buffett, David Einhorn, George Soros, and David Tepper WORK FOR YOU. If you want to beat the low cost index funds by an average of 6 percentage points per year look no further than Warren Buffett’s stock picks. That’s the margin Buffett’s stock picks outperformed the market since 2008. In this free report, Insider Monkey’s market beating research team identified 7 stocks Warren Buffett and 12 other billionaires are crazy about. CLICK HERE NOW