It awarded $40 million to build a new version instead
More controversy for the $22 billion deal
A hot potato: The Hololens-based AR goggles Microsoft provides to the US Army as part of a contract worth up to $22 billion have come in for more criticism after a user said they could endanger soldiers. "The devices would have gotten us killed," said the tester.
Initial tests of the controversial devices have proved successful
The 21-year veteran will soon be leaving Redmond after repeated accusations of toxic behavior
Soldiers don't seem to think much of the AR goggles
Not the Star Trek: Voyager kind, but still impressive
Over a hundred employees, including several veterans in the mixed reality space, have reportedly left Microsoft for Meta/Facebook
Will mixed reality fare better at fixing printers?
Hands on with Mercedes' high tech solution to complex automotive repairs
The U.S. Army will have to wait a little longer before putting on its new glasses
We'll finally see HoloLens aiming at widespread adoption
Some employees aren't happy about the deal
Improved augmented reality is on the way
AR, VR and mixed reality devices in business continues to provide promise
Employees have vocally spoke out against their work being used in military applications
It will cost $3500 when released later this year
Microsoft's new contract highlights an interesting intersection between technology, ethical policy, and fair use
HoloLens 2 looks like a lock for Mobile World Congress
Father of the HoloLens Alex Kipman will be one of the speakers at the event
Could Redmond be facing Project Maven-like pushback?
A CES 2019 unveiling may be in the cards
HoloTouch alleges Redmond ripped off its ideas
SDK should be available this December