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It uses Lenovo's new Mirage AR headset and is compatible with Android and Apple's iOS.
Disney is releasing a treasure hunt app that lets fans take photos and videos with augmented reality versions of "Star Wars" characters.
Samsung joins companies such as Apple, Bosch, Delphi, NVIDIA and Waymo, as well as automakers like BMW, General Motors, and Volkswagen.
Sony's WF-1000X will cost 220 euros ($264.71) and go on sale in September.
Key LG V30 specs include a 6-inch OLED display, dual camera, and a new voice recognition feature.
The 3-D pictures could pave the way for new augmented reality apps from gaming to 3-D printing.
Google's Nest team unveiled a new Nest thermostat recently that's more affordable than other models.
Amazon and Google have announced partnerships to bring Alexa and Google Assistant to many devices at the IFA tech show in Berlin.
Uber investor Shervin Pishevar read his florid letter to Uber on camera for CNBC's Jon Fortt.
Shoppers who want to hail an Uber will now have designated stations.
Apple shares hit an all-time high Wednesday, putting the iPhone maker's stock within $30 a share of reaching a $1 trillion market capitalization.
The complaint alleges that Apple removes apps from the App Store without fair reasoning and it levies a 30 percent cut on some apps.
An Amazon Alexa-powered humanoid robot could be wheeling its way to a home near you.
China’s stronghold as the leading BRICS economy could be up for contention by the end of the next decade, according to a new report which suggests that India is set to see a surge in innovation.
Jim Cramer found some juicy areas for acquisition, and unveiled the signs to watch in the oil patch.
Jim Cramer lists the companies that are likely to benefit from the mass reconstruction after Hurricane Harvey.
"There was no other candidate that the Board considered," said Expedia Chairman Barry Diller.
Box is no longer free cash flow positive, but it did beat analysts' estimates on Wednesday. Still the stock fell after hours.
Amazon's distribution footprint in Europe has expanded quickly since 2010, according to this map by Citi Research.
An explosive lawsuit between Travis Kalanick his investors will not play out publicly in the courtroom, Recode reports.
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