Microsoft HoloLens spreads to workers and businesses in 29 additional European markets

The wildly expensive, business-focused Microsoft HoloLens mixed reality headset is now available in a grand total of 39 countries around the world.

Lenovo gives ‘sneak peek’ at IFA 2017 ‘product launch’, no new devices in sight

We still have no idea what exactly is Lenovo planning to unveil at IFA 2017, apart from an “old” Smart Assistant and Windows Holographic VR headset.

Microsoft showcases Asus and Dell Windows Mixed Reality headsets as they approach their release

A number of largely affordable Windows Mixed Reality headsets are coming “later this year”, and Microsoft has new designs and details to share.

Lenovo is the first to offer a few details on an affordable Windows Holographic VR headset

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.

Microsoft will detail affordable third-party VR headsets in December

There are five Windows Holographic-based VR headsets coming from Microsoft partners next year, and we’ll hear more about them this December.

Microsoft HoloLens Development Edition spreads its wings to six new countries

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.

It’s now easier than ever to buy a Microsoft HoloLens (but still wildly expensive)

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.

Microsoft HoloLens Actiongram app enables mixed reality ‘storytelling’

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.

Microsoft opens HoloLens developer pre-orders as new hardware details arrive

Developer Microsoft HoloLens pre-orders open for $3000, with headsets arriving March 30.

Registration for Microsoft Build 2016 developer conference kicks off January 19

The Microsoft Build 2016 developer conference may still be over two months away, but if you want to attend it, you’ll want to cough up $2,000+ next week.

Devs can now try Microsoft HoloLens in person at NYC store

Developers can register now for some first-hand HoloLens demos at Microsoft’s Fifth Avenue NYC store.

ASUS sets 2016 target for release of augmented reality headset

Confirmation finally arrives for the development of an ASUS augmented reality headset, with the aim of launching the wearable sometime next year.

Microsoft HoloLens returns for a demo at Build 2015, lets you pin apps to walls

The new HoloLens demo at today’s Microsoft Build conference gives us our best look yet at how the augmented computing system will function.

What is the future of Windows Holographic?

In this collaborative piece, our editors speculate on the future of Windows Holographic, and how it can gain traction in the market.

How Windows Holographic can succeed where Google Glass failed

Google Glass was a failure by any measurable standard. A new competitor, Windows Holographic can succeed because of it’s place in the industry.