The "audio hardware manager" enables the person to lead the development and execution of audio hardware solutions into newer concepts and products.
Google Glass was unveiled as a prototype in 2012. It was distributed to a select group of people as part of Explorer programme who paid $1,500 to be early adopters.
On January 19, 2015, Google quietly suspended selling Google Glass to consumers while continuing to support Glass as an enterprise product. Later, Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt announced that Glass has been put under the watch of Tony Fadell, head of Google's Nest connected home division, "to make it ready for users."
The tech giant still continues selling Glass to companies involved in health care and manufacturing industries.