ICT professionals are being urged to work together in order to fix a widespread internet connectivity issue that has forced many users to disconnect their devices from the internet and cut out the occasional smartphone conversation.

According to The Verge, the problem is called “Google Glass,” and the software is widely available in Google Play and other third-party apps.

The Verge reported that Google’s Google Glass is not working properly, and many users are reporting they can’t open or close apps and games they want to use, like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and YouTube.

Other websites have reported issues as well, including TechCrunch.

According to TechCrunch, some people have experienced problems with a “ghost” phone app.

“The problem is that Glass can’t connect to your phone, and it’s causing a bunch of other problems,” TechCrunch’s Emily Shireman wrote.

“Google’s solution?

Connect Glass to your PC.

It’s supposed to do this automatically, but apparently not every PC that supports Glass has the hardware for this, and some may have a slow connection.

This isn’t a big deal because Glass can already connect to other devices with a PC, but it’s a real issue when you’re using Glass in public.”

Google Glass has been available to the public since December 2015, and is currently available on a number of smartphones and other devices.

However, Google has yet to release a consumer version.