Category: AR

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Huawei AR glasses may need to work with a smartwatch
February 13, 2019

Virtual reality and other technologies have brought us VR glasses and VR headsets. There are a few models we’ve tried: the Lenovo Mirage Solo, Google Daydream View, the HTC Vive Focus. We haven’t featured anything new lately since that Daydream View VR going on sale on Verizon. Virtual reality is still out there but it’s being complemented by augmented reality. A number of devices we know combine VR and...

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Samsung works hard towards foldable smartphone innovation
January 17, 2019

The mobile industry is thriving. It’s been a decade since the world has first seen a working smartphone running on a newly established platform. BlackBerry and Nokia helped as pioneers in the business but we can all agree that Google and Android (and Apple too), made the smartphone game more interesting. There’s Samsung bringing the Android mobile OS to more people all over the globe. The brand still...

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At CES 2019, VR and AR took small but meaningful steps forward
January 14, 2019

Ahead of 2019’s Consumer Electronics Show, I hoped to see several key developments with next-generation VR and AR headsets — dramatically higher-resolution PC VR headsets, compelling standalone VR headsets, and and less conspicuous AR headsets with wider fields of view. I won’t tell you that these predictions turned out to be fully correct, but they weren’t completely wrong, either. Although industry heavyweight Oculus took a back...

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