According to a new report, Google is working on its own AR Headset with the codename Project Iris. The company is reportedly targeting a release for 2024.
Google may be developing a brand new Operating System for an upcoming Google Glass smart glasses, or some other form of augmented reality device.
The Google Lens-powered Google Maps AR navigation feature will soon roll out to a handful of users, according to the company.
AR Emoji features may not be the number one reason to buy the Galaxy S9 or S9+, but Samsung is definitely striving to polish and upgrade this pretty basic augmented reality experience.
XR stands for "Extended Reality", which basically lumps VR and AR together, with Qualcomm aiming to power the next wave of "mainstream", high-quality, affordable XR headsets.
Samsung's first ever standalone headset could go beyond VR and also integrate AR technology with the help of Microsoft's Windows Mixed Reality platform soon.
We could still see the Microsoft HoloLens 2 unveiled this year with built-in LTE and an ARM processor
Competition is about to heat up in the ultra-high-end mixed reality headset space, so the long-gestating Microsoft HoloLens 2 smartglasses could see daylight by the end of 2018 after all.
Whether you find the AR Emoji feature on the Galaxy S9 and S9+ fun or creepy, at least you can now lend your movements and expressions to Mickey and Minnie Mouse.
We've seen proof of lousy software support before, but Lenovo takes things to the next level by leaving the Phab 2 Pro on Marshmallow for good.
You probably shouldn't expect AR-powered Apple smart glasses to launch anytime soon, as "different kinds of prototypes" are still being tested.
Asus ZenFone AR spreads to the UK with exorbitant pricing, dual camera ZenFone 4 officially coming soon
The Tango-enabled, Daydream-ready Asus ZenFone AR is the company's first phone in years launched in the UK, with the ZenFone 4 line also around the corner.
Apple may have just moved one step closer to finalizing its long-rumored smartglasses, acquiring the tech behind some German eye-tracking products.
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