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.
Second-generation Spectacles have gone on sale at $149.99, in a trio of eye-catching colors, with a sleek, water-resistant body and faster data transfers.
The US government has blocked ZTE from sourcing anything from American companies while Apple's CEO says Macs and iPads on their own are the best at what they do. All on our show this week!
The New Devices Group at Intel, said to be about 200-strong, is being disbanded. That means that all projects, including this promising one, are being shelved.
Priced at a crazy low $99 for early adopters, the ACE Eyewear smart glasses hide a few extra tricks up their sleeve compared to Snap's trendy Spectacles.
Samsung's C-Lab idea incubation program will produce three very exciting demos at CES 2018, including one based on a concept initially introduced at MWC 2017.
The latest Apple acquisition is most likely yet another small step towards the realization of Cupertino's AR-revolutionizing dream.
Although it's already been years in the making, that standalone first Apple AR headset is still unlikely to see daylight anytime soon.
Amazon's consumer hardware ambitions could expand from tablets and smart speakers to smart glasses soon, all powered by the Alexa voice assistant.
T-Mobile has all the cool people behind it, but one of our listeners, a Sprint employee, is throwing shade. We shine a light at his case on our show.
You probably shouldn't expect AR-powered Apple smart glasses to launch anytime soon, as "different kinds of prototypes" are still being tested.
Apple may have just moved one step closer to finalizing its long-rumored smartglasses, acquiring the tech behind some German eye-tracking products.
The privacy debates that it brought up were damaging. In terms of Snapchat, instant communication to a selective audience really might work people over.
A pair of enterprise-friendly Toshiba smart glasses that were announced in mid-January and due out next week have been nixed from production.
Our team coverage of CES 2016 continues with the Pocketnow Weekly podcast featuring our largest on-the-ground crew in Las Vegas ever.