Facebook is developing a pair of smart glasses, internally codenamed Stella, in partnership with Ray-Ban, according to a person with direct knowledge of the project. The glasses will function similarly to Snap’s Spectacles glasses and let users record their surroundings through cameras on the frame of the glasses. Facebook is developing its own voice assistant to power the glasses alongside an...
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