The latest version of Google’s Cardboard has received a major update that will help users navigate around the internet with less lag.
Users of the new version of the headset can use the new Google Pixel 2 smartphone to see what is happening on the internet and share information with friends, the company announced this morning.
Users can also tap the camera icon to see more of what is going on and share with friends.
In addition, the headset will have an updated camera, a larger battery and more advanced software, Google said.
It will be updated to version 5.0 of Google Cardboards software, which is being rolled out as a beta version to users of the glasses.
Users will be able to use the headset at work, school and home.
Google announced the update earlier this month and said that the update will include new filters and filters for the new Pixel 2, making it easier to see information on the web.
Google has also added the ability to set an alarm when someone enters a particular room, which will alert users to the presence of intruders.
Google also has a new tool for its developer community, called a “sandbox.”
Google’s Sandbox is designed to help developers build applications that work across devices and platforms, and it will be available to developers this week.