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  1. Magic Leap’s Virtual Reality Game That Fills Your Office With Robots Sure Looks Amazing… If It’s Real

    Dance magic dance. Leap magic leap.

    This video from the "augmented reality" company Magic Leap purportedly shows a game they've been "playing around the office," and whether it's a concept video or something closer to reality, it sure looks like a lot of fun.

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  2. Apple, Disney, Facebook, Twitter, & Hundreds More Urge the Supreme Court to Uphold Marriage Equality

    Today in good news.

    The Supreme Court of the United States will soon hear a case on whether or not state-by-state anti-marriage equality laws are constitutional, which is likely to clear the way for nationwide legal acceptance that we should all be able to marry the person we choose. Now, a group of 379 companies, from tech and entertainment giants to other massive corporations, has written to the court to voice their support and lay out some hard, logistical reasons other than, "It's the right thing to do."

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  3. Get Free Cloud Storage From Microsoft and Google—102GB of It

    I just need some space.

    Free stuff! Well, space. 102GB worth of space. But it's free! Provided to you by Microsoft and Google.

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  4. Microsoft Unveils Windows 10 as Free Upgrade for Windows 7 & 8.1, Desktop Cortana Voice Control

    So many Windows!

    "Forget 9! Ten is where it's at! Just look at Apple! Now we both have OS X!" [Citation needed.]

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  5. Minority Report Is Coming True, Microsoft Wants Stores to use Kinect to Recognize Shoppers

    "My my. This is the third time you've been to GameStop this wee—" SHUTTUP.

    Minority Report is coming true because of Kinect! ...Is not just a headline from when the Kinect originally debuted wacky hand-waving controls back in 2010, but is a real thing that's happening again as Microsoft encourages retail stores to electronically recognize customers using the gaming peripheral which most gamers don't really want.

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  6. New Microsoft Browser Codenamed “Spartan” Is Reportedly Killing Internet Explorer

    Internet Explorer has encountered an error and needs to close. Forever.

    Because so many people are terribly unhappy with Chrome, Firefox, and Safari, Microsoft is hard at work on an Internet Explorer reboot under a different name. Maybe it'll get a new, gritty origin story about avenging the original IE's death!

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  7. Xbox Live and PlayStation Network Attacks, Outages Continue to Ruin Christmas

    Meanwhile, my Nintendo 64 works just fine. Just saying.

    Christmas is canceled. Well, if you got an Xbox or PlayStation console, it might feel that way. Both systems' online gaming networks are still experiencing trouble today after they were downed yesterday by "hackers."

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  8. Microsoft Now Accepts Bitcoin for Xbox Games and More Whether You Know What That Means or Not

    It's OK. You're not alone.

    That Bitcoin thing you keep hearing about but still don't exactly understand (just a guess) keeps expanding, and now Microsoft will let you use it to buy video games if you live in the US.

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  9. The Mary Sue’s Holiday Gift Guide, Part 3: Games & Tech!

    No matter what one-liners may have you believe, playtime is never over. So, we've got a great selection of games and electronics gift ideas for Part 3 of this year's holiday gift guide!

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  10. Microsoft Killing Clip Art Because No One Uses It, Instead Suggests Bing Image Search Which People Totally Use

    No, not Clippy. Clip ART. Calm down.

    If Microsoft kills Clip Art on the Internet and no one is around to hear it, does it make a—wow, that sounds way darker than intended. No wonder Clippy looks so concerned.

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