The most talked about product of the nascent wearable era is available to the general consumer—but only today.
Google Glass is a wearable computer with a head-mounted display that lets users take photos and video, search the Web, and use apps. It responds to voice commands.
Typically, users have to be invited to buy the device. But, for today only, it's on sale to the general public for $1,500.
Google Glass has its critics. They complain about the design of the Internet-connected eyewear; they raise privacy concerns; they don't want to be recorded without their consent.