In its latest effort to convince people of the wearable gadget Google Glass's niceties, the search giant has reportedly shared a list of myths that must be busted in order to accept the device.
Google has started firing back at Glass haters with a series of pro-Glass factoids in a list of 'Top 10 Googe Glass Myths'.
According to Tech Crunch, some of the myths Google intends to break include widely debatable notion of Glass being a 'perfect surveillance device.'
Other myths include beliefs like the device is the ultimate distraction from the real world, that it marks the end of privacy and that it is banned 'everywhere.'
The report said that Google should remember that consumers tend to hate everything when it first comes out.
Inventor of Segway Dean Kamen agreed that everybody is reluctant to change almost everything immediately.
The hi-tech wearable gadget is set for a public roll out this year priced at 1,500 dollars.