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Microsoft Office Remote comes to Android, lets you control presentations from your phone

The move to offer Office Remote on Android is another step toward Satya Nadella's "mobile first, cloud first" ideal.

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Relive the N64 glory days and play this browser-based Super Mario 64 re-creation

Roystan Ross's revival of Super Mario 64's first level makes for a nostalgia-packed time-waster.

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Chrome OS beta has a new Launcher—and it looks suspiciously like Google Now

Chrome OS Beta Channel users should get the new-look launcher in the next few days.

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Windows 10 Preview coming to more phones: Is yours on the list?

Microsoft expects the next preview build of Windows 10 to support 36 Nokia Lumia smartphones.

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MagicLeap teases its augmented reality tech—and it looks awesome

HoloLens isn't the only augmented reality game in town.

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Report: Amazon's upcoming Unlocked initiative will offer paid apps for free

Giving away apps for free just might be the most Amazon thing ever.

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Pandora plans to offer ad-free 'day passes' later this year

Need some music for your next house party? Pandora will soon have something for you.

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Huawei's new Android Wear watch has hit YouTube, and it looks awesome

Huawei's upcoming smartwatch is going to be quite the looker—assuming the final product matches the video tease.

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YouTube for Android update adds video trimming, faster uploads

YouTube claims this update to its app will also upload videos more quickly than before.

Experimental networking tech beams data across the room with light

Oxford University researchers develop a way to transmit data across a room at 100-gigabit speeds using a beam of light. The Flash would be impressed.

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Asus Zenbook UX305 is here, and it won't break the bank

Starting at $699, the UX305's price tag is well below that of some of its biggest competitors.

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Microsoft unlocks restricted features for free OneNote 2013 users

If you use the freebie edition of OneNote, you can now password-protect portions of your notebooks, record audio and video, and more.

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Google sends Helpouts out into the sunset

The company will end its paid ask-an-expert service this April as part of its yearly "spring cleaning."

Mozilla's Shumway project works to run Flash without Flash Player

Developer builds of Firefox can now run limited kinds of Flash content, even if you don't have the Flash plug-in installed.

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Corning aims to go beyond Gorilla Glass with Project Phire

Corning's next-generation glass will better withstand scratches, according to company officials.