Google is going to start selling glasses with computers in them, the New York Times's Nick Bilton has been reporting.
The computer "screen" will be graphics layered over the lenses, kind of like a "heads-up display" or "HUD" in a fighter jet.
The computer glasses will run on Android, just like Google phones.
The glasses sound like they are going to be very ugly and dorky to wear.
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