Google paid a reported $180m for Amazon and Intel-backed North Wearables, the augmented reality glasses developer having sought a buyer since spring.

North Wearables, a Canada-based augmented reality (AR) glasses developer backed by e-commerce and internet group Amazon and chipmaker Intel, was acquired by internet technology provider Google on Tuesday. Financial terms of the deal have not been disclosed but a source told the Globe and Mail that Google had paid approximately $180m for the company. The…

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