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Our inside look at Microsoft's HoloLens leaves us wanting more

The software maker sheds light on the secretive workings of the ambitious holographic headset -- by making us develop an app in real time.

By May 1, 2015

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SurveyMonkey CEO, husband of Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg, dies suddenly

David Goldberg passes away unexpectedly. The executive had a long, varied career, which spanned companies like Capitol Records and Yahoo before he ultimately became CEO of SurveyMonkey.

By May 2, 2015

Editors' Take

Microsoft Project Spartan

The Project Spartan browser finally has a name.

By May 1, 2015

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GoFundMe pulls crowdfunding page for Baltimore police officers in Freddie Gray case

The Baltimore police union launches an effort to raise money for legal fees, but the fund-raising site says no go. It's the latest campaign involving alleged police misconduct that's been shuttered.

By May 2, 2015

Editors' Take

Microsoft HoloLens

I built my very own app for Microsoft's HoloLens -- with a lot of help, of course.

By April 30, 2015

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What it's like to use HoloLens

Brian Tong, Nate Ralph and Nick Statt describe what the HoloLens feels like after experiencing the latest version at Microsoft's Build 2015 conference.

By May 1, 2015

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Four ways to make the most of Intel's Compute Stick

Intel's little dongle that can isn't for everyone. Actually, it isn't for most. But this little gadget is a cool way to stay connected.

By April 28, 2015

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Microsoft HoloLens dazzles at Build conference, but availability still a mystery

The holographic headgear stole the show, thanks to a number of head-turning demonstrations and the unveiling of the Windows Holographic platform.

By April 29, 2015

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Take a closer look at the Microsoft HoloLens (pictures)

Here's a slightly closer look at Microsoft's HoloLens.

6 Images By April 30, 2015

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Facebook aims to host full news stories, will let publishers keep ad revenue, says report

Hosting stories on the social network -- and not just links to outside sites -- would cut page-load times for users, encouraging them to stay on Facebook. The benefit for publishers would be more money from ads, says The Wall Street Journal.

By May 2, 2015