They’re eyeing a fresh start. The tech giant is halting sales of its much-derided optical computers and bringing in new leadership as it returns to the drawing board. Many problems plagued the first-of-its-kind wearable device, from its $1,500 price tag to its clunky look — not to mention the creepy “Glasshole” perceptions. Google has picked iPod designer Tony Fadell to lead the revolution, banking on his ability to take geekdom mainstream. But will critics begin to see the light?