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What to expect from virtual reality in 2019
(Jan 2019) It seems VR might be going the way of Google Glass, which only has enterprise editions nowadays . The best VR games to play on PC Finally, we have to mention that HTC announced an upgrade to its sub

You can finally buy Vuzix’s AR smartglasses, but it’ll cost you $1,000
(Jan 2019) If you loved the idea of Google Glass but never got your hands on a pair (or invested at exactly the wrong time), then you’ll be happy to learn Vuzix has finally released its long-awaited Blade Smart

Google is primed to go big at CES again
(Jan 2019) The message was clear: After years of lying low at the world’s largest tech show, Google had finally arrived at CES . like the Nexus Q streaming device and the controversial Google Glass eyewear. Bu

One year on, Vuzix finally starts taking preorders for its Blade smart glasses – SiliconANGLE News
(Jan 2019)

  1. One year on, Vuzix finally starts taking preorders for its Blade smart glasses  SiliconANGLE News
  2. You Can Finally Order the Vuzix Blade Smart Glasses for $1000  ExtremeTech
  3. You can finally buy Vuzix’s AR smartglasses, but it’ll cost you $1,000  Digital Trends
  4. Vuzix Blade AR Glasses Finally on Sale (For a Measly $999)  Tom’s Guide
  5. Vuzix is accepting pre-orders for $1,000 Blade smart glasses  TechSpot
  6. View full coverage on Google News

Google’s hardware business could end up generating $20 billion by 2021 – TalkAndroid
(months ago) Google’s hardware business could end up generating $20 billion by 2021  TalkAndroid

Google has been dabbling in hardware for a very long time, but it’s only been in the past couple of years that we’ve seen them double down on making smart .

Our predictions for what will happen in tech in 2019 – VatorNews
(months ago) 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, .

Honor View 20 Review: A Hole Lot of Love – Tom’s Guide
on 22nd of Jan 2019 Honor View 20 Review: A Hole Lot of Love  Tom’s Guide

Honor is a brand in a state of flux. Once known as the cool kid on the block — a smart, funky alternative to the boring mid-range phone pack — it’s now looking at .

Everything We Know About the Moto G7, G7 Play, G7 Plus & G7 Power – Gadget Hacks
on 22nd of Jan 2019 Everything We Know About the Moto G7, G7 Play, G7 Plus & G7 Power  Gadget Hacks

The Moto G6 finished 2018 as the best selling phone on Amazon. With its midrange performance, great build, and budget-friendly price, it is an excellent device .

‘The Unhoneymooners’ Is An Enemies-To-Lovers Romance You Can’t Miss — Start Reading Now – Bustle
on 22nd of Jan 2019 ‘The Unhoneymooners’ Is An Enemies-To-Lovers Romance You Can’t Miss — Start Reading Now  Bustle

If there’s one romance trope I’m an automatic sucker for, it’s enemies-to-lovers, and if I trust anyone to do it deliciously right, it’s Christina Lauren. Authors .

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 .

White House down: Book depicts Donald Trump’s inner circle as ‘absolutely out of control’ – New Zealand Herald
on 22nd of Jan 2019 White House down: Book depicts Donald Trump’s inner circle as ‘absolutely out of control’  New Zealand Herald

New book, Team of Vipers, recounts expletive-filled scenes of chaos in the White House.

The National Theatre is experimenting with smart glasses – The INQUIRER
(some months now) 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 .

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.

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