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  1. Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass will end your free time forever

    Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass will end your free time foreverMicrosoft's new Xbox Game Pas service will give you access to more than 100 Xbox 360 and Xbox One games for $10 a month.


  2. Mark Zuckerberg: The most important thing I built at Harvard

    Mark Zuckerberg: The most important thing I built at HarvardFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the accomplishment he's most proud of from his days at Harvard University is his relationship with wife and fellow Harvard alum Priscilla Chan.


  3. Zuckerberg to Harvard grads: 'You have to create a sense of purpose for others'

    Zuckerberg to Harvard grads: 'You have to create a sense of purpose for others'Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg returned to Harvard University to give the class of 2017's commencement speech.


  4. The new Samsung Galaxy does 27 things the iPhone doesn't

    The new Samsung Galaxy does 27 things the iPhone doesn'tDavid Pogue has created master list of features that the Samsung Galaxy S8 has and the iPhone 7 doesn’t—along with an assessment of which ones are actually useful.


  5. How the Microsoft Surface Pro compares to Apple's best

    How the Microsoft Surface Pro compares to Apple's bestThe new Microsoft Surface Pro laptop-tablet hybrid is an impressive-looking device that should have Apple looking over its shoulder.


  6. The most important announcements from Google's big developers' conference

    The most important announcements from Google's big developers' conferenceIf this is May, it must be time for Google I/O. CEO Sundar Pichai opened his keynote speech with an observation: That Google (GOOG, GOOGL) may have begun life as a search company, but it’s now become an artificial intelligence (AI) company. For example, he announced a new technology called Google Lens, which you can think of as Shazam for the whole world.


  7. A widely praised Supreme Court decision still doesn't fix the broken patent system

    A widely praised Supreme Court decision still doesn't fix the broken patent systemA small town in East Texas should see a lot fewer visitors in suits and ties, thanks to a Supreme Court ruling that you can’t file a patent lawsuit anywhere you please in America.