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Google Glass has proven to be a polarizing technology development, but you can count Sprint Chief Executive Dan Hesse on the fan side of the spectrum.
“One of my favorite devices is Glass. I have one, though my son always steals it,” Hesse said at the IFA electronics show in Berlin.
Of course, as leader of company that sells wireless networking services, he has a vested interest in such developments. “The way we look at it, the more devices the better,” he said in a question-and-answer session with Larry Magid, who writes for CBS News and CNET.
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