Facebook is Working on AR Glasses it Thinks Can Replace Your iPhone and Android
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September 20, 20191 min read, 114 words

Facebook is Working on AR Glasses it Thinks Can Replace Your iPhone and AndroidFacebook is Working on AR Glasses it Thinks Can Replace Your iPhone and Android

Chris Smith
 in bgr.com
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 gr...
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September 22, 2019
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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.
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