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And finally: Samsung Galaxy Watch 2, not Watch Active 2 incoming

Welcome to And finally, the place to find out what’s been happening in the wearable tech world over the last seven days. Hitting the headlines this

Form Swim Goggles are bringing augmented reality into the water

Smart swimming goggles are finally here We’ve often bemoaned the lack of smarts in swimming goggles – now, it seems, they’re finally getting better. Form, a startup

Infinix Note 6 to launch soon with this latest technology

Missed the Infinix Note series? Say no more. Infinix is about to unveil the Infinix Note 6, a device that will bring science fiction to

Google ARCore: Is it finally available on your phone?

Google has introduced its augmented reality app to a bucketload of recent Android phones. Check here to see if your phone is one of those

iPod Touch (2019) review : A touch of nostalgia

We’ve not heard a peep about the iPod since 2015, so assumed it was sipping on a nicely chilled Apple juice, seeing out its last

Samsung’s planning ‘multiple’ new VR headsets — should the Oculus Quest be worried?

Samsung seems to be working on a few new virtual reality headsets, according to comments from one of the company’s top execs at the Augmented

And finally: Samsung to launch AR and VR headsets ‘in coming months’

And all the rest of the week’s news Welcome to And finally, our weekly rodeo of the rumours and whispers that make up the wearable tech

And finally: Amazon offers Apple Watch Series 3 deal for Memorial Day

Welcome to And finally, the last word of the week in the world of wearable technology news. This week has been a busy one over at

Google Glass is back – so is AR uncertainty

Google Glass is back from the dead, with a new $999 headset that delivers upgraded capabilities, longer battery life, and the promise of new confusion

Lenovo ThinkReality A6 headset ushers in new enterprise AR platform

During its Accelerate conference today, Lenovo unveiled a new sub-brand called ThinkReality intended to bring augmented reality to enterprise users. The ThinkReality platform is described

Epson Moverio BT-30C smart glasses plug into your Android phone

You don’t need to wait for Apple to launch smart glasses in order to get an AR headset, and now Epson’s Moverio line is making

HoloLens 2 Development Edition makes it easier to buy the AR headset

Microsoft’s offering a cheaper monthly payment plan too Microsoft has announced the HoloLens 2 Development Edition, which will allow anyone to get their hands on

There’s another great reason to wait for the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G

As you may have learned from our recent hands-on, The next-gen modem inside the top-end Samsung Galaxy S10 5G isn’t the only reason to wait

And finally: Apple AR headset to launch in 2020

Welcome to another And Finally, where we round up the whispers, conjectures, and the down-right unsubstantiated of the week. It’s been a busy one on the

The best augmented reality glasses 2019: Snap, Vuzix, Microsoft, North & more

It’s life after Glass for these face gadgets Smartglasses are getting smarter and augmented reality specs are finally approaching prime time – and plenty of

Microsoft: HoloLens will be a consumer device, one day

Microsoft’s director of communications, Greg Sullivan, has told Pocket-lint that the company hopes HoloLens will be great for consumers one day, but for the time

Microsoft HoloLens 2: It’s better, but it’s still not for me and you

MWC 2019: It’s built for business, but that’s okay. For now When Microsoft demoed the first HoloLens almost four years ago, it had Minecraft. For my

Microsoft HoloLens 2 features, news and release date: Everything you need to know

The second-generation HoloLens, is here, known as HoloLens 2, funnily enough. The first HoloLens headset ushered in the concept of mixed reality, a form of

Nreal Light smartglasses provide hope mixed reality for the masses will be here soon

MWC 2019: We get real with Nreal’s augmented reality specs If you want in on proper mixed reality headsets right now, it’s going to cost

MWC 2019: All the big announcements

What we’re seeing and still hoping to see Mobile World Congress 19 is here, and for the next couple of days we’re going to get

HoloLens 2: The four big improvements

HoloLens 2 is here, and while we may not be quite the target audience Microsoft has in mind, you’ll forgive us if we get excited

Vuzix M400 AR glasses revealed with Qualcomm XR1

On the heels of Qualcomm’s announcement that it’s partnering with a ton of OEMs to make XR Viewers that tether to 5G smartphones, Vuzix is

Microsoft HoloLens 2 official: $3,500 AR headset still isn’t for you

Microsoft HoloLens 2 has been revealed, a smaller, more powerful version of the augmented reality headset, complete with a much larger field-of-view. The company also

MediaPad M5 Lite vs. iPad: Why Huawei Almost Beats Apple

From the second I saw Huawei’s MediaPad M5 lite, I knew that it was made to fight Apple’s 9.7-inch iPad. The 10.1-inch tablet looks just like Apple’s

MWC 2019: Big wearable tech announcements to expect at the show

What will we see unveiled in Barcelona? With CES 2019 firmly out of the way, next on the major tech show agenda is Mobile World

Intel’s new RealSense camera gives 3D localization for AR headsets and drones

Intel has revealed its latest smart mapping camera, the Intel RealSense Tracking Camera T265, targeting smartphones and AR headsets along with autonomous drones and robots.

And finally: ​Amazfit Cor 2 comes packing big battery life – and more stories of the week

Catch up on the stories you might have missed Welcome to our weekly round up of the wearable tech news you may have missed –

Lumus’ new smart glasses displays are AR for everyone

Smart glasses are coming, and since augmented reality wearables need to be closer to designer sunglasses than they are to Google Glass, transparent displays need

Field of View: HTC teases new VR tech for CES (possibly gloves)

And the new Mad Box console will support VR 2019 has begun, and with it comes the year’s first installment of Field of View, our

Why Oculus Go was our VR/AR Innovation of the Year 2018 – How did Oculus Go win over Magic Leap?

The VR/AR Innovation category was stacked at this year’s Wareable Tech Awards. The big players were all represented, from Lenovo’s Mirage Solo to the HTC Vive Pro. There were