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Toshiba launches dynaEdge AR smart glasses (a wearable Windows PC)

Take a pocket-sized Windows PC, connect it to a wearable head-mounted display, and you’ve basically got a computer that you can use anywhere. That’s the idea behind Toshiba’s new dynaEdge AR smart glasses. Last year the company launched the dynaEdge Mobile Mini PC DE-100, which is an 11 ounce, 6.5″ x 3.3″ 0.8″ computer with […]

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Intel Vaunt smart glasses coming this year (as a developer preview)

Intel is throwing its hat in the smart glasses ring, with a new platform called Vaunt. They glasses come in several different styles and work with prescriptions, and generally look and feel like an ordinary set of glasses… but when you’re wearing them you’ll be able to see what looks like a screen in front […]

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Report: Amazon is working on Alexa-powered smart glasses

Google Glass may have shifted from an experimental project aimed at the general public to an enterprise-class product for use in healthcare, industrial, and business environments. But that hasn’t stopped other companies from exploring the possibilities of wearable computing gadgets known as “smart glasses.” According to the Financial Times, Amazon has set its sights on […]

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Toshiba introduces, then quickly cancels smart eyeglass product

Toshiba introduced a set of smart wearable glasses in January, promising to deliver the Toshiba WearVue on February 29th. Now, just days ahead of the expected launch date, Toshiba has canceled the product altogether. Smart glasses had a bit of a moment when Google first introduced its Google Glass platform in 2012, promising a future […]