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5 Things You Can Do With a HoloLens

Holographic computing will change the way you think about PCs. Here’s how.

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5 Headsets I Hope Don’t Go Out of Business

The Google Glass Explorer Program is officially over. Here are the headsets I hope don’t follow suit.

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CES 2015: Intel Just Reinvented the Computer

The Compute Stick is small enough to fit in your pocket and transforms any HDMI display into a fully functional computer.

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What Can We Predict from CES 2015?

Here’s what the biggest technology trade show of the year has in store for our future.

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What Our Google Searches Reveal About the Future

2014’s most popular search queries say a lot about us and where we’re heading.

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Can Intel Save Google Glass?

Amid reports Google will discontinue the wearable, Intel steps in to lend a helping hand.

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The Pros and Cons of Google Glass

Google Glass is supposed to make your life easier, but it could also be risky. So should you still buy a pair?

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Will Microsoft’s Smartwatch Be a Success?

They may be a little late to the game, but all signs point to Microsoft making the best smartwatch yet. And it won’t be powered by Windows.

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Why a Bigger iPhone Screen and an Apple Watch Matter

Apple could have easily released a bigger iPhone or a fashionable smartwatch years ago, but they waited until they could get it right.

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The 5 Best Labor Day Deals from Newegg You Don’t Know About

For 132 years, Americans have been celebrating Labor Day in honor of all the accomplishments workers have achieved for our great nation. It’s a time to gather with your friends and family, enjoy the last days of summer, and spend the weekend thinking about anything but labor. It’s also time to save money with Newegg. […]

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