One of the biggest criticisms Google Glass has incurred since day one is that it's, well, ugly and/or weird-looking. Believe it or not, Google may have actually just solved the problem.
The four new frames, Bold, Curve, Thin, and Split—collectively known as The Titanium Collection (sound familiar?)—are a big step forward. Why? Because they look like normal glasses. And not just normal, but reasonably attractive glasses (if you're into people with glasses). And yes, you can get them with your prescription, too. They will run you $225, but that cost may be reimbursable through your health insurance.