Review: 12 Ways the 9.7-inch iPad Pro Is Different

Let’s say you’re on vacation—a beach in Belize, say—and the boss pings you to say he needs to you to send six emails and double-check that spreadsheet, stat. The iPad Pro is perfect for these kinds of short, simple, and task-oriented tasks. It’s light and portable, it lasts a long …

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Watch Live: Microsoft’s Build Keynote

Every year, Microsoft uses the stage at its Build developer conference to showcase all the new features and capabilities coming to its wide array of software, hardware, and services. Today and tomorrow in San Francisco, Build 2016 is happening, so we should expect to see announcements about new features in …

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Climate Change Opens Up the First Luxury Arctic Cruise Route

This story originally appeared on the Guardian and is part of the Climate Desk collaboration. On April 13, coast guard officials from the US and Canada will train for a cruise ship catastrophe: a mass rescue from a luxury liner on its maiden voyage through the remote and deathly cold waters between the Northwest …

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Dark Web’s Got a Bad Rep: 7 in 10 People Want It Shut Down, Study Shows

Speculation—no matter how baseless—that online black markets for weapons helped make the terrorist attacks in Paris and Brussels possible hasn’t helped the reputation of the dark web’s anonymous corner of the internet. But one new study shows that even before that dubious link between online anonymity and terror attacks, global opinion …

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Better Call Saul Alignment Check: Episode 7, “Inflatable”

Ursula Coyote/Sony Pictures Television/AMC Finally, some of the Saul swagger we’ve been waiting for. Vince Gilligan, Peter Gould, and the rest of the Breaking Bad/Better Call Saul writing #squad have always had a way with the montage, and “Inflatable” contains one of the best examples from either show. Inspired by …

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What It’s Like to See Batman v Superman in Butt-Punishing 4DX

The sign outside of the just-installed 4DX theater in New York City warns of “motion enabled chairs” with “strong vibrations”; some “lightning, rain, [and] flashing (strobe) lights”; and a dash of “fog and strong scents.” But after sitting through a recent screening of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in …

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