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A new rumor claims that Alex Kipman, Microsoft's general manager of Xbox incubation projects, is leading a team to create new wearable products that run on Windows.
A new report claims Microsoft is currently prototyping a competitor to Google Glass, though little information about the product was revealed, such as if it has a chance to reach consumers.
A U.S. patent filing by Microsoft released Thursday shows the company's desire to protect its plan for a pair of augmented reality glasses to be used for multiplayer gaming purposes.
A reddit user has found several lines of code in the Google Glass Android companion app that suggest you'll be able to control Glass with your eyes, but will it be included in the first generation?
An analyst claims that Microsoft is preparing to join the wearable computing trend early next year with a product to rival Google Glass. But is the company really set to embrace the joy of specs?
As it turns out, those of you who wear glasses can't actually use Google Glass, as the system is incompatible with prescription lenses. Google apparently has a solution in the works.
Google co-founder Sergey Brin revealed the company's upcoming wearable computer will be available to the general public sometime in 2014. The company will get feedback from developers until that time.
CNET has learned more about the Google Glasses project, and discovered that the fancy augmented reality featured in the original demo will be far less intrusive, at least to start.
Sebastian Thrun of Google appeared on the Charlie Rose TV talk show on Wednesday night wearing the Project Glass augmented-reality glasses, and even took a picture of Rose with the glasses.
Google's Project Glass concept video gave us an exciting glimpse of what it's got in store - but will the reality match the vision? Let's mull that over, with a little dose of humour for the weekend.
Google's rumoured 'intelligent glasses' concept - featuring integrated data connection, camera, GPS and heads-up display - took a step closer to reality today with the announcement of 'Project Glass'.
Google is reportedly developing glasses running Android, including a built-in heads-up display, GPS, motion sensors and augmented-reality applications, with plans to sell them to customers this year.
Like something out of a sci-fi movie, Vuzix has found a way to put a hologram in your glasses without the need for an unsightly battery pack.
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Consumer-electronics giant Sharp next year plans to sell notebooks and flat-screen LCD monitors that can show three-dimensional images. The monitors will let people see high-resolution 3D images or run 3D programs without using special glasses...
The newest 3-D video displays herald an interactive future for imaging. A half-meter-long protein floats in midair, several centimeters in front of a monitor. It looks like an oversize curled ribbon from a...