AT&T will carry Magic Leap One headsets beginning April 1. Three of its flagship stores will even offer people live demos of a 'Game of Thrones' title.
Wearable Tech March 28, 2019
Oculus founder Palmer Luckey did not hold punches when giving his view on Magic Leap One headset. Luckey said the product did not live up to the hype despite its expensive price.
Gadgets August 28, 2018
The Magic Leap One Creator Edition is now available, offering customers a first look at the company's augmented reality technology. However, the system has a starting price of $2,295 and has limited availability.
Gadgets August 9, 2018
A few select developers have reportedly received the first Magic Leap One units but under tight scrutiny. Developers must commit to locking the headsets in a safe when not in use.
Gadgets March 31, 2018
Magic Leap has made several announcements. The secretive company said it partnered with NBA for a special experience powered by ‘spatial computing,’ and it hinted at the possible price points of its forthcoming headsets.
Wearable Tech February 14, 2018
Magic Leap has finally unveiled its first augmented reality product. Named the Magic Leap One, the AR system is made up of the Lightwear glasses, the Lightpack external computer, and a handheld controller.
Gadgets December 21, 2017
The secretive Magic Leap just demoed an interactive music experience that it designed with Icelandic rock band Sigur Rós. Per usual, the mixed reality company is tight-lipped on specific details about its hardware.
Business Tech December 20, 2017
On top of criticisms over its inability to showcase a concrete product, Magic Leap, an augmented reality startup, is now being accused of workplace sexism. The lawsuit claims the company’s sexism is what hampered the development of its product.
Business Tech February 14, 2017
Magic Leap’s CEO has now confirmed that there’s more to the recently leaked photo purportedly showing a prototype of its device than meets the eye. Turns out the device depicted in the photo is simply an R&D test rig.
Wearable Tech February 13, 2017
Magic Leap’s first prototype for its secretive AR tech has just been leaked, showing a very rough version of the device. The steeply valued company, apart from the recent leak, has had very little to show about its promised products.
Wearable Tech February 11, 2017
Magic Leap has come up with a name for its product: Magic Leap One. The company also hired a new Chief Marketing Officer after two executives resigned.
Wearable Tech December 17, 2016
In light of reports that Magic Leap 'oversold' its technology and is running into problems making it a reality, CEO Rony Abovitz has reacted to the claims, saying that 'mini-production test runs' have started.
Wearable Tech December 9, 2016
Magic Leap is struggling to fulfill its original vision for an innovative augmented reality technology, as reported by The Information. Magic Leap has allegedly shifted to a new technology since its patented fiber-optic technology is hitting a few snags.
Wearable Tech December 9, 2016
Magic Leap has been tight-lipped about any info on their product, let alone its physical representation. A recent leak, however, gives us an insight on how the AR headset could potentially look like in the near future.
Wearable Tech June 9, 2016
Magic Leap Inc. has published its newest teaser video showing off how users will benefit from its upcoming system. The YouTube video, though, does not go into detail how exactly the technology will work.
April 20, 2016
Magic Leap announced new funding from investors led by Alibaba, which allowed the startup to raise almost $800 million. The latest funding round gave the company a valuation of $4.5 billion.
Money February 4, 2016
We've grown so used to our smartphones and wearables that they're just not exciting anymore. Augmented reality will change that, and along with virtual reality, it will be the next big thing for technology in 2016.
Gadgets December 26, 2015
Magic Leap is trying to develop an "operating system for reality," with augmented reality being vastly different compared to virtual reality. At the WSJD technology conference, Magic Leap CEO Rony Abovitz also said that the company is looking to ship millions of its devices.
October 21, 2015
Google published a patent for technology that would place holograms over the real world through Google Glass. The patent adds more context to Google's investment in Magic Leap, an augmented reality startup company.
Wearable Tech October 5, 2015
The AR company that aims to bring magic back into the world is about ready to open up to third-party developers. But Magic Leap still isn't ready for a reveal of its AR headset just yet.
Business June 3, 2015
The mysterious augmented reality technology start-up releases a YouTube video showing off what it's busy making but as in typical Magic Leap fashion details remain scarce.
Wearable Tech March 23, 2015
Magic Leap, which received an investment of $542 million from Google, released a video that provided a glimpse into the augmented reality technology that it is working on.
Wearable Tech March 20, 2015
Magic Leap's CEO Rony Abovitz has let on that Microsoft's HoloLens poses health risks. By comparison, Magic Leap's impending AR product will not pose any of the same health hazards to users.
February 25, 2015
Magic Leap hires science-fiction author Neal Stephenson to lead the company’s way into the future, but tells little about what kind of future that might be.
December 17, 2014
Google laid its money down on a not-so-known Florida-based startup that is said to be developing an augmented reality technology that can project 3D images into the real world.
October 25, 2014
Magic Leap, an enigmatic startup, has long kept mum about its reason for existence. In spite of the ambiguity, Google, along with a group of investors, poured $542 million into the company.
Business October 24, 2014
Google is leading a $542 million investment in a virtual reality company called Magic Leap. While the specific goals of Magic Leap are currently unknown, the company promises great advancements in the fields of augmented and virtual reality.
Apps/Software October 21, 2014
Google is investing $500 million in a company called Magic Leap. Along with the other investors, the funding round aims to deliver a new technology dubbed as “cinematic reality.”
Business October 15, 2014