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A new, free ‘Minecraft’ game was just revealed, and it takes major cues from the wildly popular ‘Pokémon Go’ phenomenon
Like "Pokémon Go" before it, "Minecraft Earth" is a free-to-play, smartphone-only game that's intended to get players exploring the world around them.
Google unveiled a new augmented reality feature for Maps, but it’s only coming to Pixel phones for now
The latest update to Google Maps will use your camera to display directions, but it's only available on Google's Pixel phones for now.
What if the line between reality and "Minecraft" didn't exist? Microsoft aims to answer that question with a new tease.
I tried ‘Harry Potter: Wizards Unite,’ the new game from the creators of ‘Pokémon Go,’ and it’s magical
I went hands-on with "Harry Potter: Wizards Unite," which promises to be a lot more than just a rehash of "Pokémon Go."
Here’s everything we know about Apple’s rumored smart glasses, which could arrive as soon as next year
The first reports of Apple's smart glasses started around 2015.
Microsoft announced new Dynamics 365 artificial intelligence and mixed reality products, which can be used on phones and HoloLens.
Blippar, the British AR startup which once said it was worth $1.5 billion, has collapsed into administration.
I explored the inside of a human nose and it convinced me that the real business in VR isn’t gaming, it’s all about training workers
HTC VIVE announced its new headset, Vive Focus. Here's how VR can be used for businesses and even seeing what the inside of a human nose looks like.
In late spring, employees of the augmented-reality startup Leap Motion were celebrating — they were on the verge of being acquired by Apple.
The founder of Facebook’s Oculus reviewed the buzzy new alternate reality device, Magic Leap One, and it’s absolutely brutal
The first product from the Google-backed startup Magic Leap is "less of a functional developer kit and more of a flashy hype vehicle that almost nobody can actually use in a meaningful way," says Oculus founder and ousted Facebook exec Palmer Luckey.