The Magic Leap One is the most-hyped AR headset in forever, and while critics enjoyed it, they don't think you should buy one.
The promise of shared AR experiences in ARKit is exciting, but Apple still has a long way to go towards making augmented reality more than a novelty.
A change to Google's ARCore tools means developers can build apps where you'll be able to see the same virtual images on your phone that others are seeing on theirs.
The companies are reportedly working on a wireless headset that uses both augmented reality and virtual reality.
Star Wars: Jedi Challenges offers hours of fun with a lightsaber replica and smartphone-powered AR headset, though the tracking could be better.
Apple is working on a headset to support both augmented and virtual reality and launch sometime in 2020, according to a report.
Leap Motion has revealed in augmented reality developer kit, with open source hardware and software to make cheap headsets with accurate hand-tracking on board.
Samsung has upgraded Bixby, but how well does it perform? We tested its ability to recognize objects, translate phrases in other languages and follow directions.
A new headset from Toshiba lets business users share their point of view, make Skype calls or read documents in the field.
Bose's mind-blowing AR glasses can play you music and show you around town -- and they look cool, to boot.
Google's new technology puts Android in the augmented reality race, even as Apple pushes the envelope with iOS 11's ARKit.
Magic Leap promises game-changing mixed-reality experiences. But what is the technology, and how does it work?
The Magic Leap will apparently cost around the same as the iPhone, and the company is also partering with the NBA.
Intel's new Vaunt smart glasses use lasers to project images right into your eyes, and they are designed to be very simple.
iOS 11 will bring augmented-reality experiences to iPhones and iPads. Here's what we know about Apple's AR plans so far.
These $499 Smart Glasses feature an AR screen that puts your heart rate, distance and other key stats right in your field of view.
The Meta 2 headset brings haptic feedback to augmented reality, letting you reach out and touch objects that aren't there.
The Vuzix Blade augmented-reality glasses are light and comfortable, offer a clear color display and Alexa, but are pretty pricey at $1,000.
The Rokid AR Glasses make interacting with augmented reality fairly easy with different gestures, but it could use more time in the oven and more apps before launch.
This augmented reality headset uses object recognition to identify people and places, then imposes important information on your field of view.
From over-the-air wireless power and AI breakthroughs to killer new augmented reality apps, these are the top tech trends to watch for in 2018.
Vuzix's Blade AR glasses will have Amazon's voice assistant built in, but will they be worth the $1,000 price?
Pixie Point stands out from other key finders by using augmented reality to help track down missing items. But the process is more involved than it needs to be.
In a tweet, Google announced it would end support for Tango in March to focus its AR efforts on the ARCore software development tools.
You'll need a Pixel or Pixel 2 running Android 8.1 to feel the force of Star Wars in augmented reality form.
Apple plans to add new laser-based camera sensors to the iPhone's rear lens so both sides of the phone can deliver the best possible AR experience.
Apple is focusing on the development of a new augmented reality headset with its own chip and a brand new operating system.
The Cliff House in Windows 10 Mixed Reality lets you use apps and programs, but it's not suited for doing actual work.