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Apple Glass, the wearable device with which Tim Cook aims to revolutionise Augmented Reality and make it accessible, is on its way.
The Apple fanatic's dream may soon become reality as CEO Tim Cook is about to sign a deal with LG to produce the first 100% electric Apple Car.
A helmet with hearing aids, glasses and even contact lenses (Tom Cruise will be beside himself). The first accessory, the helmet with integrated headphones, will be oriented towards augmented reality ...
In the luxurious neighborhood of Marina Bay in Singapore, Apple Inc. opened the world's first floating store: the glass structure is 100% green and autonomous.
To get closer to the "carbon neutrality" goal in 2030, Apple began construction of two gigantic wind turbines in Denmark.
Apple experts have filed 5 patents for security protocols that allow you to scan personal documents such as ID cards through your iPhone.
Google has launched a new feature that, thanks to Augmented Reality, brings dinosaurs back to life on smartphone screens.
BCG has compiled the annual ranking of the "50 most innovative companies" and awarded Apple first place: Alphabet (Google) and Amazon complete the podium.
Filed by the giant from Cupertino a patent that will make Apple Glass adaptable to different defects of vision, allowing you to wear them without additional lenses or contact lenses ...
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