Google continues to push forward, encouraging the adoption of its mobile wallet, by reportedly integrating it with the Google Glass wearable.
Users will be able to verbally command their Glass to "send money," after installing the Wallet glassware. To install, users need to be signed into Google on a computer, once installed users can send money. The integration is highly similar to the mWallet's gmail tie-in, which debuted in 2013.
The service is still in internal testing currently but is expected to launch widely for all Glass users shortly. Google take a 2.9 percent or $.30 fee per transaction, which ever is more.
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