Apple plays small-ball with new iPhone SE and iPad Pro

Apple turns 40 on April 1, and it celebrated a little early by announcing a new iPhone and a new iPad Pro, both smaller than their predecessors. iPhone SE The iPhone SE sports a 4-inch screen (like the iPhone 5s that it replaces), but inside it has the guts (including …

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Girls Is the Best Show No One’s Talking About Right Now

“Did you ever have feelings for someone, but the situation is … complex?” a character asked a few weeks ago on Girls. It’s a dilemma that’s long been at the heart of Lena Dunham’s New York City-set comedy, which has seen its sharp-minded, tough-hearted protagonists experience any number of interlocking …

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Apple’s March 21 event: the Yahoo Tech live blog

Apple CEO Tim Cook is scheduled to take the stage at the company’s headquarters in Cupertino today, and he is expected to introduce the world to a new low-cost iPhone, a smaller iPad Pro, and maybe more. We’ll be live-blogging the entire show starting around 9 a.m. PT/12 p.m. ET, …

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Study Finds 24 Car Models Open to Unlocking, Ignition Hack

For years, car owners with keyless entry systems have reported thieves approaching their vehicles with mysterious devices and effortlessly opening them in seconds. After having his Prius burgled repeatedly outside his Los Angeles home, the New York Times‘ former tech columnist Nick Bilton came to the conclusion that the thieves …

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I’m So Totally Over Newton’s Laws of Motion

I saw it again. This time it was an introduction to an interesting online look at introductory physics. I was excited—but then, I wasn’t so excited. Right there in the first video they talked about how they were going to go over Newton’s Three Laws. We can do better than …

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