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Are folding phones the next Google Glass?
(Mar 2019) While Google Glass had its ardent fans . There are also credible rumors swirl that Apple is finally ready to dip its toe into the AR glasses market. It may still be a couple of years until

Beyond Google Glass: Creating next generation augmented reality
(Mar 2019) “Google Glass is not the immersive experience I’m . “Perhaps this is not the way AR will finally work out,” conceded Humphreys. “But we can imagine it tethered to the back of an iPad.”

How HoloLens 2 stacks up against its rival mixed reality headsets – Wired.co.uk
(Mar 2019) How HoloLens 2 stacks up against its rival mixed reality headsets  Wired.co.uk

How the latest mixed reality headsets and glasses stack up against Microsoft’s vision.

The National Theatre is experimenting with smart glasses – The INQUIRER
(months ago) The National Theatre is experimenting with smart glasses  The INQUIRER

THREE YEARS AFTER Google pulled the plug on its intrepid Google Glass Explorers, somebody has finally come up with a good consumer use for smart .

Honor 8X Receives Android 9.0 Pie with MIUI 9 – Tech News Watch
Mar 25th, 2019 11:07 UTC Honor 8X Receives Android 9.0 Pie with MIUI 9  Tech News Watch

It’s been nearly one year since Honor 8X launched and the smartphone is finally eligible to download Google’s latest Android 9.0 Pie operating system. This is .

Google Glass device finally finds a use case — in the enterprise – TechTarget
(months ago) Google Glass device finally finds a use case — in the enterprise  TechTarget

The lack of a clear consumer use case sent the Google Glass device team on a journey to the enterprise. Also: KRACK attack, Google’s self-taught AI.

Vuzix Blade Review: A Fun But Frustrating Glimpse into the Future – Tom’s Guide
(since Feb, 2019) Vuzix Blade Review: A Fun But Frustrating Glimpse into the Future  Tom’s Guide

The Vuzix Blade represents the next step for augmented reality glasses, but they’re far from being a must-have.

Intel’s smart glasses make Google Glass look like a lame monocle – TechRadar
(months ago) Intel’s smart glasses make Google Glass look like a lame monocle  TechRadar

Image credit: The Verge. Advertisement. Intel’s own take on smart glasses has been unveiled. It’s called Vaunt, and where Google Glass failed to blend into the .

Case Study Demonstrates Classroom Use of Empowered Brain, A Google Glass-Based ASD Intervention Aid – eLearningInside News
(months ago) Case Study Demonstrates Classroom Use of Empowered Brain, A Google Glass-Based ASD Intervention Aid  eLearningInside News

The Empowered Brain, a suite of apps for Google Glass intended to aid and intervene in educating learners with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), continues to .

Our predictions for what will happen in tech in 2019 – VatorNews
(some months now) Our predictions for what will happen in tech in 2019  VatorNews

We’ve already covered the 10 biggest stories in tech from this past year. From Facebook’s troubles, the resurgent IPO market and Amazon’s healthcare move, .

Finally, a Real Business Use for Google Glass – Mashable
(years back) Finally, a Real Business Use for Google Glass  Mashable

There’s surprisingly good news for Google Glass in that most mundane of business environments: the warehouse.

Google Glass review: useful – but overpriced and socially awkward – The Guardian
(years back) Google Glass review: useful – but overpriced and socially awkward  The Guardian

At £1000, Google’s smartglasses are an expensive curiosity, Samuel Gibbs discovers. But the biggest price is becoming a social pariah.

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