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Google will make its controversial Internet linked Glass eyewear available for purchase for a limited time in the United States beginning on April 15. Anyone in the United States with $1,500 to spend on Glass will be able to join the ranks of “explorers” who have gotten to test out the devices prior to them hitting the market, the California based Internet titan said Thursday in a post at Google+ social network. “Our Explorers are moms, artists, surgeons, rockers, and each new Explorer has brought a new perspective that is making Glass better,” Google said in the post.