Microsoft today debuted the HoloLens Customization Program, a way for companies to outfit the holographic headset with add-ons that help workers do their jobs.
One of gaming's most popular engines, Unreal Engine 4, will soon support Microsoft HoloLens.
Microsoft's HoloLens 2 is getting a kick in the web from the Firefox Reality browser coming later this year in a newly announced partnership.
A new Microsoft patent describes an eye tracking system that could make for a unique addition to HoloLens 2.
Microsoft is going to Mobile World Congress for the first time in years, but it's not announcing a new phone (sorry). Here's why HoloLens 2 may be the big reveal.
More sources have come forward to discuss the upcoming "HoloLens 2" from Microsoft, more specifically the processor the AR device will be powered by.
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