Qualcomm announced today that it is partnering with Microsoft on custom chipsets for augmented reality (AR) solutions.
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Microsoft Mesh is a new mixed-reality platform powered by Azure that allows people in different physical locations to share holographic experiences together.
Microsoft executive vice president Peggy Johnson is leaving the software giant and will assume the CEO role at Magic Leap, maker of an erstwhile HoloLens competitor.
A new report from an analyst close to Apple claims that the consumer electronics giant will release an augmented reality (AR) headset in 2020.
Google Maps is testing a new AR-powered navigation system, and it's actually very promising.
Lenovo announced several new consumer PCs, an "extreme" version of its ThinkPad X1 Carbon, three new Chromebooks, and new smart home devices.
Facebook is getting into dating, Messenger is getting redesigned, Instagram is getting a new Explore design, its new Oculus Go headset is now out, plus more.
Facebook isn't giving up on Stories, and so it's bringing a really cool AR drawing feature to Stories and Instagram's popular Boomerang feature.
Google today announced that ARCore 1.0, its augmented reality platform for Android, is now available in non-preview form.
Google has announced its attempt to be the first to offer pervasive augmented reality (AR) experiences on the web.
Google has made its AR Stickers experience available on Pixel smartphones. And it is pretty fricking impressive.
Star Wars: Jedi Challenges is an amazing augmented reality (AR) experience that will delight Star Wars fans young and old.
Give Microsoft and its partners credit for reducing the complexity of VR/AR and for lowering prices across the board.
In a response to Apple's ARKit, Google today announced AR Core, its second take on an Android-based augmented reality platform.
Microsoft is providing a sneak peek at the Windows Mixed Reality solutions that are coming this holiday season.