Google Glass Steagall Act: Why it’s important

Microsoft says it will stop selling Glass to users of its Xbox One console and will require developers to create games with the headset on.

The company said that Glass will no longer be sold on Xbox 360 consoles and that users will no more be able to play the game “Halo: Spartan Assault” on it.

It will also require developers with games on Xbox One to include Glass in the game.

“The Xbox 360 is the only platform that we know of that allows users to access and enjoy game content while using an Oculus Rift headset.

It’s important to us that we maintain a positive and open relationship with developers, and we’re going to take steps to ensure that developers do the same,” a Microsoft spokesperson said in a statement.

Glass is currently available for $300 and is available on both the Windows and Mac operating systems.

It is expected to be released later this year, but Microsoft says the headset is only for people over 18.

Microsoft said that it would provide refunds for those who bought the headset for $400 or more.

“With a limited supply of glasses, we have to do everything we can to make sure that people who have purchased these glasses can get them back,” a spokesperson said.

The spokesperson also said that Microsoft was “committed to helping all of our partners and customers to make Glass a more affordable alternative to gaming devices, and in the meantime we’ll continue to work with developers to provide additional tools for developers to make their games more accessible to consumers and other VR users.”