Google Glass has gone on sale in the UK for the first time, priced at £1,000. Google Glass consists of a tiny screen in front of the right eye that appears equivalent in size to a 25-inch desktop display, a battery, a frame, a touch-sensitive panel and a camera. Voice commands allow the user to perform various functions with commands such as: “OK Glass - take a picture”. Read more >>
In the cartoon by Banx, a wife complains to her husband: "You talk more to your Google Glass than you do to me". The humour, as often in Banx cartoons, comes from the incongruousness of the situation — the man is not the sort of person you would expect to see wearing Google Glass (and it is Glass not Glasses, by the way).
Note the use of the auxiliary verb 'do' to avoid the repetition of the main verb. See here for more on this grammar point.