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With the release of build 10049 of the Windows 10 technical preview, Microsoft finally lets us take a look at its all new, Project Spartan web browser.

To make it easy to find Spartan is automatically pinned to the task bar after the update. Inside you'll find Cortana (or not, as the case may be), the distraction free reading mode, the ability to draw and write over web pages and more.

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Microsoft has announced that a new Windows 10 build is rolling out to fast ring users that includes the much-anticipated Project Spartan.

Released just moments after hints of a new build popped up on Microsoft's Dev Channel website, build 10049 finally brings the Project Spartan browser to the Windows 10 Technical Preview, along with a number of bug fixes.

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Microsoft has been a bit quiet on the HoloLens front since its surprise announcement back in January. The future of holographic computing and Windows 10 is expected to get more attention later in April when Build kicks off in California.

In case you were worried though that Microsoft was not 'all in' on HoloLens, you do not have to look much further than their jobs listing for the project. Going through the listings, and we can see dozens and dozens of job requests for the now-open project for future computing. From engineers (software, electrical) to system architects, producers, and technical artists, Microsoft is hiring as many holographic experts as they can.

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In a new blog post from Microsoft this evening, the company says the next build of the Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones will hit a lot more devices.

In addition to a massively expanded list of supported devices, the blog post notes that Microsoft is looking to increase the frequency at which Windows 10 builds will be released for phones.

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I just got a Windows 8.1 tablet for $10. I'm talking about the HP Stream 7. The Microsoft Store is currently selling it for $79, but it comes with a free Office 365 subscription, which is worth $69. Since I got it from the Microsoft Store, the HP Stream 7 is also sold as Signature Edition. This means no junkware or trialware out of the box. What else is included with the sales packaging? Watch our unboxing to find out.

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