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Microsoft Is About to Make PC Gamers' Dreams Come True

We’ve known for a while that Xbox One owners can stream games from their console to their PC once they upgrade to Windows 10. But could they ever …

Twitter just released a native Windows 10 app

We’re not even done with launch day, and it already looks like Windows 10 is getting the ball rolling with third-party software: Twitter just launched a native app for the operating system.<p>Without requiring you to log in, the app showcases top trending tweets, photos and videos. It’ll also feed you …

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Galaxy S6 fails to bring back Samsung's mojo

Samsung's Galaxy S6 was supposed to turn its fortunes around. Instead, the company reported its seventh straight profit decline and will be cutting the price of its three-month-old device to attract new buyers.<p>The South Korean electronics giant, which released its massively redesigned smartphone in …

Windows finally has a good web browser

Edge is the browser Windows 10 deserves<p>For two decades, the default web browsing experience in Windows has been Internet Explorer. Over the years, Microsoft’s home-built browser became bloated, insecure, confusing to use, and just plain hated by many users. A lot of people turned to alternatives, …

A whole new Twitter for Windows

Starting today, Windows users will have a new Twitter experience optimized especially for Windows 10. Announced last night, this Twitter app will be …

Windows 10 reviews are in, and people love it

Microsoft has released their latest version of the Windows operating system. And a look around the Web has revealed a consensus: Windows 10 …

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14 Foods Nutritionists Never Eat

Some are in line with what you would expect—but others are pretty shocking.<p>Many nutritionists will tell you that they're big advocates of the "all foods fit" approach to healthy eating—the idea that even things like cookies, cakes, and candies have a place (albeit in moderation) in an overall …