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Microsoft HoloLens won’t be the next Google Glass, and that’s a good thing

Microsoft stunned audiences of Wednesday’s Windows 10 event by unveiling HoloLens, the company’s augmented-reality headset and platform.

Not only is the tech incredibly cool, the timing couldn’t be better. Coming just a week after Google announced that it was going to hit the pause button on Google Glass so that it could better refine its message, HoloLens and Windows Holographic are proof that virtual and augmented computing isn’t a space being solely explored by Google and Facebook’s Oculus VR.