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Google Hiring Augmented-Reality Experts Amid Rumors of HUD Glasses

As rumors swirl around Google's plans to announce head-up display glasses by the end of the year, the company has quietly begun advertising for a designer and engineer responsible for augmented-reality mapping.
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