• Google Developing AR Headset With Qualcomm Chip: Report

    5 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    Google is developing a standalone augmented reality headset powered by Qualcomm's Internet of Things chip QSC603, German tech outlet WinFuture reports, citing internal company documents. The device in question is said to be code-named “Google A65” and meant to work entirely untethered, with Alphabet's subsidiary targeting Bluetooth 5.1 support, as well as gigabit Wi-Fi speeds. Cellular connectivity won't be part of the package which is presently being prototyped in collaboration with Quanta Computer, one of the manufacturers behind the 2015 Pixel C tablet. The Google A65 is said to be “not...
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  • Google's standalone AR headset is reportedly ‘not unlike' Microsoft's HoloLens

    Google's standalone AR headset is reportedly ‘not unlike' Microsoft's HoloLens

    5 monthes ago - By VentureBeat

    Google is still developing a standalone augmented reality headset that can overlay digital objects on the real world, according to a report in WinFuture. This isn't the first time we've heard rumors of Google developing a standalone headset. In February 2016, the Wall Street Journal reported that the Mountain View firm was prototyping a...
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  • Google's rumored AR headset will take on HoloLens

    Google's rumored AR headset will take on HoloLens

    5 monthes ago - By Tech Radar

    Google is reportedly at work on a standalone augmented reality headset. Similar to the recently launched Lenovo Mirage Solo , which served as the launch point of Google's own Daydream OS, this rumored AR headset will be cord-free and can run fully independent of a smartphone or computer. Less seems to be known about how this headset will look than what will be powering it, as WinFuture shares several alleged specifications and details shared by its sources. First off, Google is said to be tapping Quanta for manufacturing, which crafted the Pixel C tablet. Google hasn't yet nailed down the...
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