"Okay, Glass ... show me the money."
That command, or a variation of it, may soon be available on Google Glass, a new report suggests. Google is said to be testing Google Wallet service on the device.
Google is working on adding Wallet to Glass and has begun internal testing, according to TechCrunch, which cited a source "close to the company." Right now, a Glass owner can only add the Google Wallet Glassware if he is signed into a Glass account on Google's corporate network, per the report.
The command to activate Wallet will reportedly be "send money." After speaking the instruction, the user would then need to tap and swipe to select the amount and the appropriate recipient from the contacts list.
Of course, being able to send money directly from Glass would add a big security concern for Glass owners. Should Google Wallet come to Glass, it may be with recommendations or even requirements that the device must have screen lock and on-head detection enabled to prevent people who borrow it from accidentally (or intentionally) emptying the owner's Wallet account.
Google representatives wouldn't comment on the report, which said Wallet would be coming to Glass "soon," given it's already being tested.