It doesn't look like Google Glass will be hitting the shelves in time for this holiday season.
The tech company is pushing back its release date of the connected eyewear to 2014, according to a Computerworld report.
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In May, Google announced the 8,000 people chosen to purchase an early version of Google Glass for $1,500. However, it is still unclear when the device will hit the mass market.
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While some analysts estimated the device wouldn't be launching until sometime next year, Computerworld reports that sources had previously timed the launch for sometime in 2013.
"We're always adjusting and readjusting timelines. The most important thing that we do is focus on building a great product for users whenever that might be launched," a Google spokesman told Computerworld.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt said in April that Glass was a "year-ish away."
While the eyewear is currently not available to the general market, a growing number of venues are already banning the device because of privacy concerns.
Read the full Computerworld report.
—By CNBC's Cadie Thompson. Follow her on Twitter @CadieThompson.