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Google Glass Explorer Edition final update: What you need to know

Google has announced the final software update for its Google Glass Explorer Edition wearable. Early next year, this update will be released and remove support

Smart glasses are back: What’s new this time?

Smart glasses have been on adverts, movies and the news for decades now. From Google Glass way back in 2012, to Peter Parker’s EDITH spectacles,

Google Glass 2 is here – but it’s still not the Star Trek tech we want

It’s been a while since we last heard about Google Glass, but now a new set has been announced. The newly unveiled Google Glass Enterprise

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

The Google Pixel Watch: Here’s everything we know

Google has dipped its toes into the consumer hardware business in the last few years. While the endeavor started off rocky — ahem, Google Glass

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

Vaunt smart glasses: The 5 Glasshole lessons Intel learned

Intel’s Vaunt smart glasses are real, and they’re arguably the most realistic vision of how wearable computing can escape the “Glasshole” reputation. Fruit of the

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

Osterhout Design Group wants to make your next pair of AR smartglasses

ODG has been around for ages and knows a thing or two about augmented reality Augmented reality is still an area that has yet to

Microsoft HoloLens apps and games to look out for

Microsoft HoloLens is finally in the hands of developersmeaning we’ll hopefully see a finished version within the next few years or sooner so we can

Microsoft HoloLens preview : An augmented vision that’s still very much in the future

Microsoft HoloLens is the company’s stab at delivering what it believes is the next big thing. Rather than go down the virtual reality route favoured by Oculus, HTC, Samsung, Google and others, Microsoft believes augmenting our reality is the future. But can a reality that is augmented deliver an experience that is better than a virtual

Google I/O 2016 Preview: Self-Driving Cars, VR and Android N

We now have a date for Google I/O, Google’s annual gathering of developers. And thanks to a venue change, we have clue as to what

Google Glass 2: Enterprise Edition revealed in photos

The second edition Google Glass header has appeared, and it looks… very similar to the first. This is what Google calls the “Enterprise Edition” of

Google tipped to be sneaking “Glass EE” into workplaces

Apparently, not only is Google already working on an “Enterprise Edition” or EE of its Google Glass smart eyewear, it is also already distributing prototypes

Recon Jet review: expensive fitness glasses with potential to be better

Recon Jet is a sports computer for long-distance runners and cyclists that’s embedded into a pair of sunglasses. Take it on a long, lung-bursting trip

Next Google Glass could offer ‘Terminator-like’ vision

Even as the first version of its Internet-connected Google Glass didn’t quite take off with consumers and privacy advocates, Google’s new patent filed at the

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

Samsung may be next on the list of hardware companies to deliver a smart headset with dual-Google Glass-like displays, 3D cameras, and augmented reality/holography. This

Looks like Google Glass 2, but it’s not for you

This morning an FCC listing for what appears to be Google Glass 2 has appeared. But it doesn’t matter. The first version of Google Glass

Intel buys Recon, makers of the ‘Google Glass for fitness’

Recon Instruments is famous for two things: building the technology behind Oakley’s Airwave and the Recon Jet head-worn fitness wearable. The company has had a

Moto X Review

  Motorola needed to reinvent itself, and the Moto X is the result of that forced evolution. Guided – albeit at a remove – by

Apple Watch requirements: lower friction, faster access

  The Apple Watch has been launched today – more or less – and is being proliferated around the world through the eyes and ears