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Apple is looking to release an augmented reality headset by 2022 and a sleeker set of AR glasses by the following year, according to a report Monday from The Information.
Apple executives have reportedly discussed plans for its AR devices during an internal presentation to employees.
including ne details about the design and features of it's AR headset.
Google is collecting detailed health data on millions of Americans who are partnership with Accension the nations second largest health care system according to a report Monday by the Wall Street Journal The initiative, called Project Nightingale, collects information from people across 21 states, including data on lab results, diagnoses, and hospitalization records.
It also includes patient names and birth dates.
Patients and doctors have not been informed of the Google partnership, The Journal reported.
And finally Amazon on Monday said it plans to open its first new brand of grocery store in California next year.
As it amps up its ambitious pushed, to become a bigger name and food store will be different from Amazon owned Whole Foods.
The company also said but it didn't say whether or not it will open up more of these locations, what its selection or pricing will be or even the brand name You can stay up to date with the latest by visiting C/net.