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Microsoft’s mixed reality strategy seems stalled, but is it all part of the plan?

Microsoft’s mixed reality initiative has slowed down lately, with HoloLens pushed off until 2019, and Windows Mixed Reality headsets nowhere to be seen. Should Microsoft be worried?

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Hold your sides and check out these April Fools’ Day tech jokes

April 1 is the day on which you should never believe anything, especially when it comes to new tech product releases. Don’t worry though, everything we’ve featured on our list here is total nonsense, which is what makes it funny.

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Vivaldi browser now packs a History feature to dig into your browsing habits

The latest version of the Vivaldi browser is out sporting a new History feature that’s unlike the same component in competing browsers. The new feature includes graphics, statistics, and a calandar-based view for easy tracking.

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If you define day cruising as equal parts sun and speed, choose Wallytender X

If you’re looking for a fast day cruiser or a quick superyacht guest shuttle, the Wallytender X fills both roles nicely. The 1200 horsepower top engine configuration has will scoot between island stops at 69 miles per hour.

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In push for more live video, Twitter officially announces the Producer API

 Confirming earlier reports by The Information and here at TechCrunch, Twitter officially announced the launch of a new tool for live video aimed larger media publishers and broadcasters. The Producer API, as it’s called, will allow professional publishers to connect their equipment  to Twitter in order to stream live video directly to its network. Twitter had previously launched… Read More


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Weekly Roundup: Intel buys Mobileye for $15.3B, Uber’s navigation for drivers improves

 This week four people were accused of hacking at least 500 million Yahoo accounts, Spotify partnered with Waze and Intel bought computer vision company Mobileye. These are the top stories of the week, and you can also get this post as a weekly newsletter in your inbox, if you prefer. 1. The U.S. Department of Justice accused of two Russian FSB officers and two criminal hackers of… Read More


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