Microsoft Surface Book vs. Apple MacBook Pro: Which one deserves your dollars? | ExtremeTech

Microsoft’s Surface Book has already drawn a great deal of press for its flexible design and crazy hinge. At its unveil, however, Microsoft took a number of potshots at one of the highest-regarded devices on the market today — Apple’s Macbook Pro. via Pocket
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Light’s L16 is a DSLR-quality camera that fits in your pocket — for a stiff price | ExtremeTech

This week, startup Light announced plans to sell a 52MP camera that creates DSLR-quality images, but is only the size of a smartphone. via Pocket
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Reports: Samsung-powered version of Apple A9 is too hot to handle [UPDATED] | ExtremeTech

Ever since Apple’s iPhone 6s and 6s Plus launched, we’ve seen reports from users who were suffering lower-than-expected battery life or found that the home button became too hot to touch in certain situations. via Pocket
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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 vs. Apple iPad Pro: High-end tablets face off | ExtremeTech

Microsoft’s Surface lineup is unfairly maligned in some quarters. While it may have started weak, it got pretty damn good around the third iteration. I’d certainly buy one now. via Pocket
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Here are the phones and tablets that will get Android 6.0 Marshmallow | ExtremeTech

Ever since Google made Android 6.0 Marshmallow official, many users have wondered, “When will my phone get the latest OS update?” Well, that largely depends on the manufacturers and carriers. via Pocket
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BlackBerry CEO: company could go software-only by next year | ExtremeTech

It’s been a long time since we’ve written much about BlackBerry, the onetime industry titan that now mostly serves as a cautionary tale. While the company has attempted to remain relevant and develop its own BB10 OS and accompanying phone platforms, sales of these devices have been anemic. via Pocket
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Research Fraud in Medicine Is Quite Common | PJ Lifestyle

Fraud perpetrated by individuals taking short cuts to a brilliant reputation, or rather a reputation for brilliance. Fraud perpetrated by drug companies attempting to prove that their product developed at such huge expense is better, safer and more therapeutic than any other product on the market. via Pocket
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Pope Francis Disappoints Chilean Leftists, Calls Them ‘Dumb’ | PJ Tatler

Many watched in disbelief: There he was, Pope Francis, calling people in Osorno, a city in southern Chile, “dumb” for protesting against a bishop accused of being complicit in clerical sexual abuse. via Pocket
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Officer Forced Back to Work 2 Days After Baby’s Death | Parenting

Bringing home a baby is one of the most precious joys in life. Three months ago, Sgt. Darlen Dickson, a police officer in Southhaven, MS, gave birth to a baby boy named Greyson. She delivered him early by C-section after she fell ill. via Pocket
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Secretly Republican – the Orthodox Jewish Revolution and Its Opposition | PJ Media

As we are now past Labor Day and have embarked on what is traditionally the start of the season when more people actually begin to pay serious attention to politics, it is perhaps time to remark on a quiet revolution which has been in process over the last 30 years or so, among what has long been via Pocket
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