As the battle for virtual reality heats up, Google -- along with other well-known firms -- makes a big bet on a little-known wearable headset maker called Magic Leap.
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A new feature called Notification Sync will show you your notifications directly within Google Glass.
Who needs a jack-o'-lantern when your pumpkin can serve up frothy beer?
The head of the Google division that makes Glass talks about the challenges of wearables, and why putting a computing device on your body is "a big ask."
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Google Glass is today's most iconic wearable for augmented reality, but Toshiba's come up with a somewhat more subtle design.
A new app called BrainWave claims to be the first to allow you to control your Spotify and Pandora music with hand gestures. You've always wanted that, right?
The Korean electronics giant launches a new services offering that will help business customers do everything from make tech purchases to troubleshoot security problems.
Apple's co-founder oozes passion on everything tech, from why he wants to be a Glasshole to why builders matter more than ideas.