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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.

Despite internal uproar, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella says the company is not cancelling its contract with the US Army

Microsoft is providing the US military with Hololens augmented reality headsets to help soldiers increase 'lethality, mobility and situational awareness.'
Marine Corps Commandant Gen. Robert B. Neller uses a HoloLens to manipulate virtual objects at the Marine Corps Installations Pacific Innovation Lab aboard Camp Foster, Okinawa, Japan, April 4, 2017.

A group of Microsoft employees are demanding the company ditch a US Army contract that they say makes them ‘war profiteers’

There's a rising tide of organized labor in the tech industry, and it seems to have come to Microsoft.
Microsoft is one of the many companies working on augmented reality tech with its HoloLens headset.

Microsoft releases new apps that make augmented reality way more helpful to businesses

Microsoft announced new Dynamics 365 artificial intelligence and mixed reality products, which can be used on phones and HoloLens.

Alex Kipman just hinted that Microsoft will announce a new version of HoloLens on February 24. Here’s everything we know about it

A new HoloLens has been in the works for a while and we may finally learn all about it at Microsoft's MWC press conference.

The technology industry’s lull is giving us a chance to consider its impact on society — while we still can

Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, and Google are slowing down, and that's a good thing — all of the recent Silicon Valley scandals present us with the chance to stop and reflect, on what our relationship with technology should be and how to fix it.
Shaquille O'Neal tries on a pair of Magic Leap One smart goggles.

The smartphone is eventually going to die, and we’re not ready for what comes next

The whole "augmented reality" movement could make for a weird, nightmare future.
The Magic Leap One is an augmented reality system.

Everything we know about Magic Leap’s crazy-looking new headset that cost $1.9 billion and six years to make

Magic Leap wants to replace your smartphone, your TV, and your computer with its augmented reality system, Magic Leap One.

Microsoft won’t be holding its annual hardware launch event this year — here’s what it’s doing instead

Microsoft won't hold a big hardware event in New York, but will instead focus more on smaller events that highlight what it's already doing.

Microsoft is working on an AI-powered chip for the next version of HoloLens

The finalised headset won't see the light of day for some time, but will be able to process much more data faster and on device.

Augmented reality is already changing the way big companies do business

Augmented reality, or AR, could be what's next after the smartphone. And it's already changing the way companies do business.