In an interview with China Daily USA, Apple CEO Tim Cook laid out his vision for the future of Apple VR/AR.
Apple Glasses with AR lenses could redefine wearable computing. Here's everything you need to know about the release date, price, specs and latest leaks.
Apple’s WWDC begins next Monday (June 6) and the company has come out with Memoji AR cards that you can access with an iPhone or iPad.
At Google I/O, the company showed off a prototype of AR glasses that can translate language in real time and display the transcript to whoever's wearing the glasses.
After the first Magic Leap glasses failed to take off, the company went back to the drawing board. Magic Leap 2 is the next attempt to make augmented reality happen. Here’s what we know so far.
Here'a a full list of product reveals that weren't included in the March 8 Apple Peek Performance event.
You're unlikely to see the Apple AR/VR headset at the Peek Performance event on March 8, because there's a better venue for it not long after.
Apple’s upcoming AR/VR headset and smart glasses could have their own custom OS if source code references are correct.
Google may be ramping up its augmented reality efforts, which includes a new OS and an 'innovative AR device,' according to a Google executive's LinkedIn post.
Apple's mixed reality headset will supposedly weigh less than a pound when it comes out next year. But that's only problem holding back mixed reality headsets and the metaverse.
Follow our step-by-step guide to find out how to take a snapshot of Pokémon in Pokémon Go using the game's AR mode.
A reliable Apple analyst predicts that the rumored Apple AR headset is set to launch in the second quarter of 2022.
Apple's new investment in optical sensor company II-VI suggests that it's ramping up its work on AR devices.
There's plenty of best iPhone AR apps to choose from, as Apple gets serious about augmented reality.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has shared his thoughts on how augmented reality will transform the way we hold conversations.
Snap's new Snapchat Spectacles would work without needing to be linked to a phone. Here's what we know.
Niantic Labs CEO John Hanke just teased us with a close-up view of what looks like Niantic's AR glasses.