Apple's CEO tells ABC News that augmented reality allows people to be more "present" than virtual reality.
Intel built its own completely wireless "Merged Reality" headset, and it's pretty cool. Here's a closer look, inside and out.
Intel's push into augmented reality, virtual reality and robotics continues with hardware that could potentially work on untethered headsets and devices.
You know the basics. Here's how to become a Pokemon Master.
If you're hunting Pokemon in Thailand's capital, be careful: Police are on the lookout.
How will you get PC things done inside a VR headset? This Microsoft video should give you some idea.
Don't get too excited: it's just a reference design for PC partners, and they won't get it till late 2017.
Technically Incorrect: Just a few minutes using Eyefluence's eye-tracking technology turned me into someone very strange. Yes, even stranger.
We've seen Microsoft demos for all kinds of AR apps, and now, it's getting into Hollywood with a popular film studio partnership.
Niantic really doesn't want you to Pokemon and drive.
Still don't have Pokemon Go? You're not alone.
John Hanke, CEO of Pokemon Go developer Niantic, says that third-party apps were interfering with a global rollout of the game.
A pill for love?
CNET's tech-oriented short fiction explores a world where love comes in a capsule.