Google (GOOG) To Sell Google Glass To All For One Day

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Google (GOOG) announced Friday that for one day only it will open the Google Glass Explorer program to anyone who wants to buy the wearable device.

Shares of Google were falling 1.1% to $535.02.

On Tuesday, April 15, for one day only, Google will put the $1,500 Google Glass Explorer Edition on sale for anyone in the U.S. who's willing to pay for the device. Previously, those interested in buying Google Glass had to wait for an invitation to the Explorer Edition from Google or a friend who already has the device. The one-day sale will be the biggest expansion of the Explorer program yet.

The sale begins at 6 a.m. PST Tuesday on the Google Glass page. The sale will run until all of the limited open spots in the Explorer program are filled.

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