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Facebook thinks you’ll buy its smart glasses if it has Ray-Ban branding

In March this year, Facebook showcased new wristband controllers for future AR systems. The wristband controllers aimed to provide a more natural and intuitive method to control the company's upcoming AR glasses. While Facebook didn't share any details about the AR glasses at the time, Mark Zuckerberg has now confirmed some details. During an earnings call...

Razer Anzu smart glasses feature truly wireless audio, voice assistant support and more

Razer is known for making top-notch gaming peripherals and laptops. At the same time, it doesn’t shy away from experimenting with other products. In January, the company had launched Project Hazel, which was a face mask with RGB lighting, detachable and rechargeable active ventilators, and high bacterial filtration efficiency (BFE) Smart Pods. The company has...

Samsung’s smart AR glasses concept will let you have your own Iron Man moment

Although AR glasses aren't as big today as Google may have hoped back in 2013, a few companies are still working on bringing their own Google Glass-alternatives to the market. For instance, OPPO showcased its AR smart glasses at its Inno Day event late last year, and Lenovo launched the ThinkReality A3 AR glasses for...

Lenovo ThinkReality A3 are the company’s latest AR glasses for enterprises

If you thought smart glasses were no longer relevant, think again. Lenovo has introduced the ThinkReality A3 smart glasses at CES 2021. Similar to the ThinkReality A6 that Lenovo showcased in 2019, these new augmented reality glasses are going to focus on delivering 'new-age digital solutions for enterprises'. Compared to the previous version, the new...

Google Glass-like Clip-On For Regular Glasses Developed by Sony

For the price of $2,000, a pair of glasses that can run apps, take pictures, and function a mini-computer should at least come with a nice designer frame--maybe something Ray-Ban, Gucci, or Persol. But, no. Forking over that amount of money for Google Glass gets you a cyborg headpiece that can do what your phone...