Google says it plans to open up more spots for its Google Glass Explorer program soon, after a number of devices sold out last week in a one-day-only sale in the US.
But Australian fitness software developer Nathan Hague has attacked the IT giant for ignoring users in other countries who are keen to get their hands on the Glass Explorer.
“We’ve asked multiple times and wanted to pay to be early adopters outside of the US and bring to the fitness industry,” Hague wrote.
“The reason you’re failing in the marketplace on wearables – and you are failing badly on PR – is that this continued and sustained US-centric approach, grates. You also have done a piss-poor job at educating the masses on how their privacy won’t be violated with the camera.
“You can bleat all you like on that point and labour it massively, but you know what? No one believes you.”