Qualcomm Vuforia offers augmented reality experiences. In Fall 2014 Vuforia SDK for Digital Eyewear will provide immersive visual features through an apparatus that will be commercially available in the future. The site mentions that Beta will be available as a Unity extension. The SDK can be useful for developers who aim to enhance visual exposure in smartphones and tablets.
Google and Lenovo released the first Project Tango handset this week at CES. The phone includes an array of sensors that let apps cover real-world objects with digital overlays. It's sort of like augmented reality on steroids. Project Tango needs apps, and Google us willing to pay.
Hosting provider Rackspace has launched OnMetal, a new hosting offering that give customers the ability to scale their infrastructure using dedicated hardware the same way they do with their existing multi-tenant cloud offering.