iPad Pro 2020 reviews, YouTube to throttle video quality
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Reviews of the newest iPad Pro are out.
And while the latest Apple tablet has beefed up features in specs, it doesn't necessarily represent a huge jump from its recent predecessor.
It has got the same design as the 2018 model, but no apps to test its new AR functionality.
And it's not really noticeably faster either
For the full review, you can check out CNET.
YouTube is throttling video quality to standard definition for all videos you stream from its massive service for about a month.
No matter where you are in the world.
It's the latest measure aiming to minimize the strain on worldwide networks.
As people turn to the internet as a source of crucial information and diversion in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
And finally Firefox users in the US will be able to read news on many websites with no ads for $5 a month, or just $2 and 50 cents a month in a promotion for the first six months.
Through a deal with startup scroll, Mozilla announced the scroll partnership on Tuesday that will be available through Mozilla's Firefox test pilot program, which lets people try experimental features, and it's called Firefox better web.
Once you've subscribed, it works in any browser.
But Mozilla argues that Firefox's new privacy protections make it a better alternative in general.
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