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August 28, 2023


Apple reportedly planning major iPad Pro upgrade

Demand for the tablets has slumped in recent years, but the company’s new updates may inspire some consumers to splurge on an upgrade. The new iPad Pro will not be announced at Apple’s upcoming launch event in …

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Cancel noise and cost with this deal on the Sony WH-1000XM5 headphones

For the price, you’re getting headphones that can run for up to 30 hours on a single charge. When that battery runs low, you can re-up in just 3 minutes for 3 hours’ worth of playback. Multi-point connectivity lets you easily pair the headset with your …

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The Verge

The iPad Pro could get bigger screens and OLED next year, but it should do more

As the third tier of Apple’s connected personal computing devices, the iPad sits in an awkward place in 2023. It’s a supremely capable product, there’s no doubt about that. It’s powerful and responsive; most of the models have beautiful screens; …

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From Distractions To Laser Focus: Techniques For Staying Focused At Work

Distraction is inevitable at work. With notifications popping up on your computer or phone to simply feeling disengaged with your work, losing your focus can result from a wide range of factors. Perhaps you love multitasking.

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Microsoft Takes Subtle Approach to Shifting Windows Into AI Era

Some old Windows features are getting a fresh coat of artificial intelligence paint. But first… Three things you need to know today: • Instacart, the top US grocery delivery company, filed for an IPO • Microsoft’s latest cloud deal improves its …

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Apple Bets on Revamped iPad Pro to Reignite Sluggish Tablet Sales

Apple Inc.’s iPad Pro is getting its first major overhaul in half a decade, and it can’t come soon enough. The iPad category — really the whole tablet market — is in a deep funk right now.

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AJMC.com Managed Markets Network

Children Born in Neighborhoods With Better Access to Resources Had Lower Asthma Rates

A National Institutes of Health (NIH) study found an association between better neighborhood conditions, such as high-quality housing, healthy food, presence of parks and playgrounds, and clean air during childhood and lower childhood asthma rates.

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