Tech View: Through a glass brightly as Apple weighs up its latest spec
Google Glass’s failure hasn’t deterred tech giants from the idea of augmented reality glasses, and Apple is one company that could make the concept work
It’s a rumour within a rumour, but one that has a reliable enough source to make it worth wondering what it could mean. Can Apple make augmented reality (AR) glasses acceptable?
The move back towards AR glasses in the past 18 months, after the failure of Google Glass, has been slow but largely public by most players in the market. Google is looking at it, and so too Microsoft. The most interesting development...
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