Published: September 20, 2019 | 1 min read, 114 words
Facebook is reportedly developing augmented reality (AR) glasses with a twist. These won’t be tethered to a mobile device, but will instead work as a standalone product that could replace smartphones. Facebook aims to release the product by 2025, but the company doesn’t have a great track record when it comes to making hardware that people actually want to buy. Remember the first and only Facebook Phone? That HTC-made phone never had a future. Plus, Facebook isn’t at the top of the list of companies you’d trust with your mobile data. And yet, Facebook’s smart glasses that could potentially... READ MORE
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September 22, 2019
This is a very surface level piece that provides little to no new information. There's also a bit too much of the author's own speculation and some unnecessary digs at Facebook such as, "Separately, The Information says that Facebook’s first smart glasses will be more of a Snap Spectacles equivalent — because of course Facebook would want to copy something Snapchat did first." Overall, a lackluster piece wishing you'd chosen a different read on the same topic.