Microsoft’s HoloLens

And finally: Nike boss talks FuelBand sequel and more

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Magic Leap: Everything we know so far and what we still – STILL – don’t know

Waiting for Magic Leap has been starting to get on everyone’s nerves and we’re sure we’re not alone. Early last year, after a series of

Apple VR investigation: Why a virtual reality headset is on the cards

2016 will be remembered as the year that real VR landed. TheOculus Rift, HTC Vive and PlayStation VR will grab the headlines, and don’t forget

Microsoft HoloLens team teases more Galaxy Explorer pieces

Augmented reality may have had a very short period of hype on mobile devices, but may get a new lease on life with Microsoft’s HoloLens.

HoloLens release “within the next year” for devs

  Microsoft’s HoloLens head-worn augmented reality computer is expected to begin shipping within the next year, though consumers will still be left waiting. The unusual

Samsung wearable to beat HoloLens with 3D-cam and 2x Glass

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Building holograms with Microsoft HoloLens (hands-on)

  Three months ago I strapped on Microsoft’s HoloLens for the first time and instantly became a believer. The clunky tethered prototype was a far