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.
The Acer Window Mixed Reality AH101 Headset offers an easy plug-and-play setup and a comfortable design, but it suffers from a small selection of apps, along with some tracking issues.
The Star Wars Jedi Challenges headset delivers the most realistic lightsaber-battle experience ever right to your living room.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says that technology doesn't exist to do AR glasses "in a quality way," but he also says most tech challenges can be solved.
Despite an array of compelling headsets, the clock is ticking for VR to resonate with the masses, and augmented reality is already stealing VR's thunder.
From two new Pixel 2 phones and a new Google Home Mini to a high-end Chromebook, here's everything Google is expected to announce.
Samsung's HMD Odyssey is joining Microsoft's array of mixed reality headsets as we get closer to the Oct. 17 launch of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
Great for providing remote tech support, Chalk is a clever augmented-reality video calling app that lets you draw right on the other caller’s field of view.
Dr. Panda Plus Home Designer lets kids use augmented reality and their coloring skills to create and learn.
The iPhone 8 and ARKit could finally usher in the age of augmented reality, but the content needs to catch up to the gee-whiz tech.
The $199 Jedi Challenges includes a Mirage AR headset from Lenovo, a lightsaber-shaped controller and a tracking beacon to place you right in the middle of the Star Wars universe.
Qualcomm is showing off its next-generation image signal processor for its mobile processing platform, which will feature improved iris detection and better depth-sensing.
We now know how much Asus's VR- and AR-powered phone will cost, as the $648 ZenFone AR goes on sale exclusively at Verizon.
Google Glass Enterprise Edition is more powerful than the failed consumer version and is meant to help workers complete step-by-step tasks.
Apple's new ARKit will enable compelling augmented reality experiences on millions of existing iPhones, no fancy extra hardware required.
The $149 Prynt Pocket is a compact iPhone accessory that lets you print photos directly from your phone.