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Huawei’s new smart glasses run HarmonyOS and have interchangeable frames

Huawei’s latest smart glasses have speakers built into the temples, allowing you to listen to music, hear audio notifications, or make phone calls when the eyewear is synced to your smartphone via Bluetooth. They’re also Huawei’s first smart glasses to run the company’s HarmonyOS software, which the company develops not only as an alternative to […]

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Lilbits: TCL’s concept smart glasses, PineNote E Ink tablet, and using the Raspberry Pi 400 as a keyboard

TCL, which has a habit of showing off display technology that may or may not ever see the light of day, has released a video showing a concept for a set of augmented reality smart glasses with micro LED displays. In other tech news from around the web, Microsoft plans to bring support for running […]

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Anker Soundcore Frames coming in November for $200 (eyeglasses with speakers)

Anker is a brand that’s been cranking out affordable-but-decent smartphone accessories including chargers, power banks, earbuds, and Bluetooth speakers for years. Now the company’s moving into the new, but emerging market of “audio eyeware.” The Anker Soundcore Frames are a set of eyeglasses with speakers built into the frames. They’re expected to be available in November […]

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Xiaomi unveils Smart Glasses concept with a microLED display

Nearly a decade after the introduction of Google Glass, smart glasses still haven’t been widely adopted, but that hasn’t stopped companies from trying to make them a thing. Now Chinese phone maker Xiaomi has introduced a Smart Glasses concept with a built-in microLED display and enough processing power to function not only as a smartphone companion, but also as a standalone device.

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Ray-Ban Stories are smart glasses with built-in cameras, speakers… and Facebook for $299 and up

Smart Glasses have a somewhat storied history. Google Glass was largely a flop, outside of the enterprise market. Snapchat Spectacles generated a lot of buzz at first, but it’s fallen off in recent years (and they look funny). But Facebook and Ray-Ban are hoping things will be different with their new Ray-Ban Stories smart glasses. […]

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TCL NXTWEAR G glasses are wearable displays for your phone or PC

Smart glasses haven’t really taken off since Google first unveiled Google Glass in 2012. But that hasn’t stopped companies from building smart features into eyewear over the years. One of the latest examples is TCL’s new NXTWEAR G Wearable Display Glasses. As the name suggests, the NXTWEAR G isn’t a standalone device, but rather a pair […]

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Razer launches Anzu smart glasses with Bluetooth audio for $200

Razer is the latest company to launch a pair of smart glasses, but the company’s new Razer Anzu glasses have more in common with Bose Frames or Amazon Echo Frames than Google Glass or Microsoft Hololens. Essentially, the Razer Anzu smart glasses look like a normal set of glasses with slightly slick frames. There’s no […]

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Mysterious smart glasses hit the FCC (Likely Amazon or Facebook)

A pair of smart glasses with support for WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS passed through the FCC this week. They run software that’s based on Android 7. And as some folks have noticed from the line drawing of the label, they look a lot like Facebook’s Project Aria smart glasses when viewed in profile. But there’s […]

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Lilbits: Facebook smart glasses, GPD Win 3, and Linux smartphone news

Facebook’s first set of smart glasses may arrive this year and, despite the company’s investments in virtual reality (Facebook owns Oculus) and augmented reality, they’re not expected to be AR glasses. Honestly, so far they sound more like Snap spectacles than anything else… but maybe that’s just because Bloomberg’s article on the upcoming wearables is […]