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Microsoft's rumored 2018 and 2019 product roadmap includes everything from a mysterious Andromeda to a Surface Pro 6 and lower-cost HoloLens.
AR technology may well be the next big thing, as Google joins the likes of Apple and Samsung in reportedly working on a truly immersive, standalone headset.
On this show, we dive into the mobile gaming scene where a new Black Shark has emerged from Xiaomi's pool and how the wireless trade has poured money into twisting negative research on cancer links to radiation.
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.
Microsoft still thinks it can beat Google in the classroom, marketing four new Windows 10 and Windows 10 S devices from Lenovo and JP as powerful alternatives for Chromebooks.
The Magic Leap One augmented reality system consists of oversized goggles, a "Lightpack" brain and handheld controller, shipping to devs in 2018.
The wildly expensive, business-focused Microsoft HoloLens mixed reality headset is now available in a grand total of 39 countries around the world.
Don't hold your breath for a HoloLens v2 announcement this year or the next, rumor has it, as Microsoft takes its time to develop something big.
If you listen to some tech leaders, like Mark Zuckerberg for example, you might also subscribe to the theory that VR and AR will be the next big platforms in computing. It is a logical step considering people are continually craving more immersive experiences in technology. We’ve seen this a return of 3D technology in devices like our TVs and also in movies. So we could be on the horizon of a new age where data becomes something we can work on with our own two hands instead of a mouse and keyboard. Which is a fascinating place to be, if I do say so myself. But that begs the question, [...]
Lenovo is perhaps the biggest company gearing up to launch a sub-$400 Windows Holographic-powered VR headset, and this is how it's going to look.
Are smart glasses DOA after Google's resounding failure to get one such prototype off the ground? Apple may not think so, according to reports.
There are five Windows Holographic-based VR headsets coming from Microsoft partners next year, and we'll hear more about them this December.
A standalone, all-in-one Google VR headset with no Daydream connection could be right around the corner, and details are starting to surface.
It may not be ready to go commercial yet, but the mixed reality Microsoft HoloLens headset can now be purchased by devs in eight countries.
Microsoft's working on getting Windows 10 to work on augmented reality, virtual reality, mixed reality & your reality. And it's showing off its work so far.
The HP Elite x3 is a powerful Windows 10 Mobile phone intended for enterprise users, but it doesn't have the hardware needed for AR baked-in.
The Microsoft HoloLens Development Edition is still prohibitively priced, at $3,000 a pop, but at least it's widely available now in North America.
Daydream is still happening, but it seems that insiders in Mountain View are saying that another standalone augmented reality headset is also still a go.
One pre-orderer took to Twitter to say that his HoloLens shipment has been confirmed. But Microsoft makes sure we know that it's not so fast.
One of the first HoloLens "experiences" detailed by Microsoft ahead of the AR headset's release is called Actiongram, and it's a movie maker with a twist.
We want to hear from you in our VR headset poll: are you an Oculus man, a Vive lady, or a HoloLens dev?
Developer Microsoft HoloLens pre-orders open for $3000, with headsets arriving March 30.
A patent application recently published by the USPTO reveals ongoing work on Microsoft wearables with live food nutrition feedback features.