Google is trying to make it's connected eyewear more appealing.
Frames will cost between 150 and 225 dollars...plus lenses if you need a prescription.
You'll have to buy the Google Glass device too. It retails for about 15-hundred dollars.
You can attach or remove the Google Glass computer device from the frames as needed.
Google says it's glass hardware can record video and gives users hands-free access to emails.....directions and the Internet.
If glasses aren't your thing, then wait on the contact lenses, but right now this is only for a few.
The initial work is aimed at helping diabetics by measuring glucose in tears using a wireless chip and tiny sensor.
Google says this would be an alternative to having to prick your finger to do a blood test.
The company has been talking to the F-D-A...but it's "smart" contact lenses are in the early stages of development.
And Google is ramping up it's crackdown "bad" ads.
Its part of a continuing battle against counterfieters...malicious downloads and other suspect online activity.
Google reports yanking more than 350 million bad online ads last year.
That's almost one-million ads a day.
The removed bad ads made up less than one-percent of total online ads in 20-13.