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Xiaomi teases a launch event on 15 December, all bets are on VR headsets
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Xiaomi teases a launch event on 15 December, all bets are on VR headsets

Xiaomi will be launching the teased device tomorrow, that is 15 December.

Tencent releases Snap Spectacles-like smart glasses, to go on sale on 11 November
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Tencent releases Snap Spectacles-like smart glasses, to go on sale on 11 November

Called the Weishi smartglasses, the video-recording sunglasses will allow filming from a first-person perspective.

Researchers develop an HD video streaming technique that uses a fraction of the power of traditional methods
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Researchers develop an HD video streaming technique that uses a fraction of the power of traditional methods

The group's system uses 1,000 to 10,000 times less power than current streaming technology. But it still has a small battery that supports continuous operation.

Snap Inc is planning to bring the second generation of Spectacles with improved file transferring capabilities: Report
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Snap Inc is planning to bring the second generation of Spectacles with improved file transferring capabilities: Report

The Snap spectacles description labels the Snapchat glasses as "Model 002" reaffirming that the new spectacles will be the second version of the Snap glasses.

Google Glass could be back from the dead; receives firmware update after three years
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Google Glass could be back from the dead; receives firmware update after three years

For the first time since 2014, Google mysteriously released an update for the Google Glass, the augmented reality device which Google stopped selling way back in January 2015.

CES 2017: PogoCam is the smallest attachable camera which can be snapped beside your glasses
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CES 2017: PogoCam is the smallest attachable camera which can be snapped beside your glasses

Foster Grant, Ocean Pacific, Argus Vision and Vista Eyewear are on board with a 1.1cm x 1.3cm x 4.3cm camera that can be attached to the arm of a pair of spectacles.