Google Glass Teams Up With Warby Parker

Guys might start making passes at girls who wear glasses—at least Google specs. Google is teaming up with hipster eyewear company Warby Parker to create a line of the unbelievably cool glasses that will allow wearers to have the Internet always in their line of sight, sources told The New York Times on Thursday. On Wednesday, Google began accepting applications for users to buy early versions of the glasses, and sources said they hope to sell them to the general public this year. The glasses reach the Internet through Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, which connects through a wireless phone, and respond to the user's voice commands. But don’t get too excited if you have actual prescription glasses: the frames have no lenses, though Google is still experimenting with adding prescriptions and sunglasses.