Facebook to launch Ray-Ban AR smart glasses as profits surpass Wall Street expectations

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The social media firm has continued to benefit from a surge of users and advertising amid pandemic

Social networking giant Facebook announced on Wednesday that its next hardware launch will be a pair of smart glasses which are being developed in partnership with Ray-Ban owner Essilor Luxottica g...

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