• AT&T says it will be the exclusive U.S. purveyor of Magic Leap headsets

    5 monthes ago - By Fast Company

    Only demo spaces in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco will be showing off Magic Leap's secretive wares.
    Magic Leap, the secretive augmented reality startup and noted VC money enthusiast , will start demo-ing its still-rarely seen products across America thanks to a new partnership with AT&T. The telecom giant announced Wednesday that it will be the exclusive U.S. purveyors of Magic Leap's AR headsets that the company will reportedly demonstrate very soon.
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  • The first time you'll try Magic Leap's futuristic glasses will be in an AT&T store

    The first time you'll try Magic Leap's futuristic glasses will be in an AT&T store

    5 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Magic Leap, a startup building a pair of smartglasses, announced a partnership with AT&T on Wednesday.
    AT&T stores will demo the hyped glasses at select locations in the United States.
    Magic Leap has raised $2.3 billion to build its glasses. It said that the glasses will ship later this year to "qualified designers and developers."
    Multi-billion dollar startup Magic Leap has been hunkered down in suburban Miami building a pair of secretive smart glasses that can place sophisticated computer graphics into the real world.
    It's almost ready to be shown to the world. And among the first public...
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  • The first time you'll try Magic Leap's futuristic glasses will be in an AT&T store

    The first time you'll try Magic Leap's futuristic glasses will be in an AT&T store

    5 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Magic Leap, a startup building a pair of smartglasses, announced a partnership with AT&T on Wednesday.
    AT&T stores will demo the hyped glasses at select locations in the United States.
    Magic Leap has raised $2.3 billion to build its glasses. It said that the glasses will ship later this year to "qualified designers and developers."
    Multi-billion dollar startup Magic Leap has been hunkered down in suburban Miami building a pair of secretive smart glasses that can place sophisticated computer graphics into the real world.
    It's almost ready to be shown to the world. And among the first public...
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  • AT&T takes strategic stake in AR company Magic Leap in its latest push into digital media

    5 monthes ago - By Tech Crunch

    After spending the last couple of weeks closing the deal to buy TimeWarner for $85 billion and buying ad firm AppNexus for up to $2 billion, today AT&T announced a key distribution move in its new bid to be a media powerhouse: it's taking a strategic investment into Magic Leap , the high profile augmented reality startup, which will include becoming the exclusive “wireless distributor” of Magic Leap products in the U.S.
    Magic Leap has raised more than $2 billion to develop its hardware and software, but it has yet to launch. However, coincidentally, Magic Leap is planning to show a demo...
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  • AT&T Inks an Exclusive Deal With Secretive Startup Magic Leap

    5 monthes ago - By Fortune

    The company that was first with the iPhone may be first with the next generation of mind-blowing consumer tech. AT&T said on Wednesday it will be the “exclusive” wireless distributor of upcoming products from Magic Leap, the secretive startup creating virtual and augmented reality goggles.
    However, Magic Leap isn't selling anything yet. The company has been showing off its “Creator Edition” product, a set of goggles and a portable, wearable computer to power them. The device is scheduled to ship to developers and designers by year end, Magic Leap says.
    AT&T's wireless exclusive may not be...
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