Chipzilla loses its specs
Published in Wearables

 
Tame Apple Press claims Intel is short sighted

Intel has walked away from its Vaunt smart glasses and closing the group responsible for wearable devices.

Intel makes sensible AR glasses
Published in News


They just laser your eyeballs

Chipzilla has created a pair of experimental smartglasses which are sensible.

Amazon about to release a set of glasses
Published in Wearables


Alexa on board

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that Amazon is about to release a set of smart glasses.

Magic Leap jumps to damage control mode
Published in Wearables


Augmented reality not going as well as hoped

While augmented reality outfit Magic leap has managed to keep its product mostly hyped and secretive, it appears that a critical report has leaked out forcing the company to go into damage limitation mode.

Apple’s plans for digital glasses start to leak
Published in Wearables


Will connect to iPhones


Fruity cargo cult Apple has started to leak out information on its digital glasses project.

Apple makes a VR patent stuff up
Published in Mobiles


Its larger iPhone is too big

Despite genii at Apple might have made a bit of a mess of its VR plans.

Radar Pace now out
Published in Wearables
05 October 2016

Radar Pace now out


Luxottica and Intel's smart specs

Luxottica and Intel have announced that their voice activated smart specs are out now.

Oculus Rift cost $199 to make
Published in Wearables


IHS teardown breaks Oculus Rift

IHS have taken apart an Oculus Rift including the headset, a sensor, and an Xbox One wireless controller costs to work out how much it all cost and come up with a figure of $199 just for the bits.

Microsoft leaks Hololens details
Published in Wearables


Looks like battery life will be low

Microsoft's augmented reality headset, HoloLens will have about five and a half hours of battery life, according to a company expert.

High price does not make Oculus a cow
Published in Wearables


Pricing of glasses not short sighted 

Oculus's boss Palmer Luckey has found himself having to defend the launch price of his Oculus Rift VR headset, which many users found a little steep.