Everyone’s talking about Google Glass. After years of development and exclusive, invitation-only testing, the tech giant finally made its wearable computer available to the public in May, and journalists are still buzzing about it. Some think it’s the future of journalism; others have declared it a fascinating failure.

CNN is encouraging citizen journalists to post videos and photos straight from Google Glass to the network’s iReport platform. But can you tell which of these stories about the gadget are true and which are false?

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Edirin Oputu is a former assistant editor at CJR. Follow her on Twitter @EdirinOputu