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May 26, 2015

Microsoft Announces Seven Windows 10 Editions

With Windows 10’s summer shipping date inching ever closer, Microsoft recently announced no less than seven editions for its highly anticipated operating system. Microsoft has detailed exactly what each version entails in their blog post, but for those who want a quick run down, this is what it all boils down to.

Windows 10 Home – Consumer oriented edition designed for desktop PCs, tablets, and 2-in-1s. It will come with new features like Microsoft’s Cortana Voice Assistant, Microsoft Web Browser, and iris/fingerprint login.

Windows 10 Mobile – Exactly as its name suggests, [...]

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May 26, 2015

Microsoft Launches Visual Studio Code for Windows, OS X, and Linux

Microsoft launched Visual Studio Code at the Build Developer Conference 2015, making it the company’s first true cross-platform free code editor.

As a direct competition to text and code editors such as Sublime Text and Atom, Visual Studio Code comes with support for a multitude of languages such as C#, HTML/CSS, Javascript, TrueScript and many more. Being a modern text editor, Visual Studio Code comes with handy features including custom key bindings, bracket matching, auto indentation, and snippets. It also has tight integration with Git source control, as well as support for package management and repositories.

Visual Studio Code is available now [...]

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May 14, 2014

Google Glass Now Available, Still Rocks $1,500 Pricetag

If you’ve missed out on the chance to be one of the first owners of Google Glass when it initially launched, then missed out again when Google had a one day public sale for the Glass last month, now’ s your chance to finally get your hands on the seemingly elusive gadget!

Unlike when Google first launched the Glass, Google is now offering the Glass in numerous colors, frame styles, and is even compatible with prescription lenses for those who are visually impaired. Unfortunately, while the software and hardware have gotten much better since its early days, becoming a Google Glass Explorer is still going to set you back $1,500 – not to mention [...]

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