Google Glass is already getting its own hashtag on the Google search page, and it has been trending worldwide.
This week, it has found a new way to share your photos and videos on the social network.
The search engine is adding an article to Google Glass, so that users can share their best photos and get more people to see them.
For example, when you search “Best Glass pictures of the week”, it brings up articles about “Top 10 Glass pics of the year”, and so on.
In the example above, the search results will show articles from several sources, including Google, the New York Times, Wired, Buzzfeed and more.
The first two articles are from Google, and the article about the Top 10 Glass photos of the Year is from Wired.
As you can see, this is the first article that uses Google Glass to create a new set of links to help other people share their photos.
This was first introduced last year in Google Glass.
The Google Glass app on the iPhone and iPad already has this feature.
Here’s how the new feature works.
Google Glass uses the search engine and your Google Glass profile to discover the best images for your Glass, and then lets you share them on Glass.
When you share your Glass photos on Glass, a small badge appears next to the image on Glass so you can easily share it to your followers.
A few minutes later, the new image will appear in the top right corner of your screen and the new article will show up.
If you share it on Twitter or Facebook, the Glass app will automatically send the tweet or post to your Glass followers.
The article will also appear in Google’s search engine on Glass and Glass will automatically update to show it in the Glass News section.
You can even set up Google Glass images on the web.
To add an article, simply click the “Add” button in the Google Glass search results.
There are also many other Google Glass features like Google Drive, Google Cloud Print, and Glass Hub.
While Google Glass isn’t the first to have an article feature, this one seems like a natural fit for Glass and Google Glass itself.
It will be interesting to see how Google Glass users and Glass users in general use this feature and what it does.