Google Glass is everywhere, and many people use it for everything from making phone calls to watching YouTube.
Now it’s getting a new name: “louise vuoft”.
The new name is part of a broader push by Amazon.co.uk to make its Kindle app more accessible to people who don’t normally use computers.
Amazon says it’s now making the glasses part of its new Kindle app and that the glasses themselves are available for pre-order on the site.
This is a very exciting time for us and our customers as we continue to explore the possibilities of the new Kindle.
Kindle is one of the most popular and versatile tablets on the market and our goal is to continue delivering the best possible experience for our users.
Amazon says it will also make its new virtual assistant Alexa available on the Kindle app, so people can use Alexa to read Kindle books, listen to Kindle music, or read Kindle e-books.
Amazon will also release an Android app to enable more people to access the new virtual assistants.
Amazon is not selling Glass, which is made by a group of Taiwanese companies.
Google bought Glass in 2014 and now uses the device in its Pixel phones and its own devices.