• Microsoft opens adult HoloLens sales to anyone in a US or Canada
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    Microsoft has opened up sales of the HoloLens development kit to anyone with $3,000 to spare, a move that could significantly expand the community of developers building apps for the augmented reality headset. Until now, HoloLens was available only to developers and companies through Microsoft sales reps, but from Tuesday, anyone in the U.S. or Canada can buy up to five headsets online through

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  • Telegram explains what unequivocally happened from the ‘massive’ hacker attack
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    Telegram today responded to reports that it was the victim of a “massive hacker attack” that originated in Iran. The messaging app company said that while 15 million accounts were implicated, the hack was not as severe as one might think and only publicly available data was collected. In short, users were asked to remain calm and continue using Telegram as before — everything is

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  • Instagram treads on Snapchat’s fleeting turf
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    MENLO PARK, Calif. — For nearly four years, Snapchat has been Facebook’s white whale.The popular disappearing message startup rebuffed a $3 billion acquisition offer from Facebook in 2013. Snapchat’s service has since continued to grow rapidly by capturing the hearts — and thumbs — of the young audiences that advertisers love. Facebook has failed in several

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  • Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Is Here: 4 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About The New Smartphone
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    With the latest Galaxy Note 7, Samsung managed to introduce many new features to its flagship phablet series, allowing the South Korean tech giant to confidently state that the new handset, with its offerings, will “set a new standard for large-screen devices.”The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is a phone of many firsts that include a dual-edge display, an iris scanner, a USB Type-C port, Corning’s

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  • Why Pokémon Go players are sickening opposite a game’s maker
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    Gamers play Pokémon Go in New York City's Central Park in July. (Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg News) For a few glorious weeks, it seemed as though the makers of Pokémon Go could do no wrong. Sure, players were getting in trouble — for trespassing and taking out the game at inappropriate times. But Niantic, the developer behind the franchise was sitting fairly pretty. Now, less than a month

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  • Microsoft delivers Windows 10’s 1607 upgrade
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    Microsoft today began distributing 2016's major Windows 10 upgrade to customers via the operating system's update service.Labeled "Anniversary Update" in a nod to the July 29, 2015, release of the inaugural edition, it was officially tagged as version 1607 to denote year and month. The build number assigned to today's code

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  • Apple’s New Emojis Show Women Working and Men Getting Pampered
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    It’s official: Apple announced Monday that it will update its emoji library to include more images of women playing sports and doing jobs previously available only to men. The new graphics will be available this fall, when the company releases iOS 10. The update will include women and people of color surfing, lifting weights, biking and working as police officers, construction workers,

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  • Instagram CEO on Stories: Snapchat deserves all a credit
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    The one thing you never hear in Silicon Valley is an entrepreneur admit they copied someone else. Yet there in the headquarters of Facebook, the world’s most prolific product cloner, Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom surprised me. He’d just walked me through the demo of Instagram Stories, a pixel for pixel photocopy of Snapchat Stories. The products look so similar I

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  • Uber reportedly invested $500 million to build a improved mapping system
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    According to a report in the Financial Times over the weekend, the ridesharing giant is adding half a billion dollars to a new mapping project to help free itself of Google Maps. Many ridesharing services use the maps service to navigate the roads, but Google Maps has limited accuracy in many non-Western countries. Google has also upped the cost of the service lately, cutting into Uber’s

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