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Google's answer to Meta's Ray-Ban Stories is reportedly in the works

Google may be hopping on the AR space with the new project. What you need to know Google is reportedly working on a pair of augmented reality smart glasses. The ongoing AR project is said to be the result of Google's North acquisition last year. Google's recent job postings also suggested that the company was working on its own AR operating system. Google may be kicking its augmented reality efforts into high gear following the acquisition of AR glasses company, North, last year. The search giant is now reportedly working on "a new iteration of smart glasses." According to a report by The New York Times, Google is banking on its North acquisition to jump on the AR bandwagon (via Android Police). The Mountain View-based tech behemoth purchased the Canadian startup in the summer of last year, ostensibly in an effort to gain a foothold in the smart glasses market after its Google Glass project failed to take off. Before the buyout, North was selling the Focals smart glasses. Howe...

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