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Intel rumored to be in talks to find a partner for its AR glasses business

Intel is working on its own augmented reality (AR) glasses that can be paired with mobile devices to project mobile content straight into the user’s retina. If that sounds familiar, that’s because Google Glass (image above) worked exactly like that — and that’s what we expect from Apple’s rumored AR glasses, and everyone else’s. But Intel doesn’t appear to be overly enamored with the project itself, as it’s looking to sell a majority stake in its AR glasses unit.
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