Amazon’s smart glasses will use bone-conduction technology to allow users to hear Alexa
Amazon is currently developing smart glasses equipped with Alexa voice assistant that will allow users to communicate with Alexa using "bone-conducting technology," reports the Financial Times. According to the report, the glasses will look fairly normal and will lack a visible screen or camera like Google Glass. Users will be able to give Alexa a command anywhere at anytime rather than being limited to only when in range with an Amazon Echo device, according to Engadget.