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Meet Microsoft Edge, the replacement for Internet Explorer

Windows 10 gets a new default Web browser, Microsoft shows off more details of the HoloLens, and the Secret app shuts down.

The end is near for Internet Explorer.

It's not easy being the Web browser everyone loves to hate. But Microsoft is starting fresh with Windows 10 and leaving IE behind for a new browser: Microsoft Edge. CNET Update takes a quick look at the new features of Edge, along with highlights from Microsoft's latest HoloLens demo:

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Also in this roundup, we say farewell to Secret. The anonymous messaging app calls it quits after about a year. But not all gossip apps are giving up: Whisper just announced it has 10 million monthly users.

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Meet Microsoft Edge, the replacement for Internet Explorer