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Huawei's futuristic AR glasses may be powered by your smartwatch

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Feb 11, 2019 7:40 AM 2+ mon ago

Huaweis futuristic AR glasses may be powered by your smartwatch

Huawei is experimenting with augmented reality, and one application looks like a strange combination of wearable tech....

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Apple could begin production of its long-rumored augmented reality glasses as early as the end of this year, noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has said. The predictions come in a report p...

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techradar.com     3+ mon ago

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Waterloo-based North acquires Intel AR glasses patents

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Apple buys startup focused on lenses for AR glasses

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Vuzix starts selling its AR smart glasses for $999

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These $1,000 AR Smart Glasses Are Compatible With Alexa

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thenextweb.com     9+ mon ago

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AR glasses startup North picks up Intel?s Vaunt patents

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