Google Will Buy Fossil Smartwatch Tech for $40 million

January 18, 2019 0

We’ll see more wearables from Google in 2019! Google’s commitment to improving its smartwatch platform is about to extend beyond overhauling its software. The internet giant has agreed to buy some of the intellectual property behind Fossil’s smartwatch

HTC Vive Pro Eye ‘Hands-On’ by Engadget

January 9, 2019 0

HTC’s newest Vive Pro headset adds just one feature to the existing hardware, but it’s a doozy — integrated eye-tracking. Using Tobii technology, the Vive Pro Eye is able to follow users’ eyeballs in real-time, letting

Bose Audio AR Sunglasses Available in January for $199

December 5, 2018 0

Bose’s unique, audio-only AR sunglasses are about to become a practical reality. The company has announced that Frames will be available in January for $199, with pre-orders starting now. The eyewear is available in squarish (Alto) and rounded (Rondo)

Shadow VR is the Latest Rival to the Oculus Quest

November 9, 2018 0

While we’re all anticipating the launch of the Oculus Quest standalone VR headset in spring 2019, HTC’s been busy pushing its very own Vive Focusinto more markets — including the US and Europe as of today — while letting developers

Magic Leap Mixed Reality Headset Coming This Summer

July 12, 2018 0

Magic Leap is finally providing more tangible details about the launch of its mixed reality headset. During a developer chat on Twitch, the company revealed that the Creator Edition of its One headset should be available sometime later this

Play Ping Pong With Leap Motion AR Headset

June 21, 2018 0

If you wanted to demonstrate Leap Motion’s low-cost augmented reality headset, how would you do it? Create a flashy, action-packed showcase? Leap Motion has a different idea: an invigorating game of ping pong. The company has crafted a

HTC’s Latest Vive Pro VR Kit is Built For Business

April 24, 2018 0

It’s not cheap though … costing a wallet scorching USD $1,399. You can already get HTC’s Vive Pro in a bundle aimed at first-timers, but what if you’re a business buyer who needs it for VR design and training? You’re covered now,

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