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I primi 10 anni dell'iPad: com'è cambiato il tablet di Apple

I primi 10 anni dell'iPad: com'è cambiato il tablet di Apple

Il 27 gennaio 2010 Steve Jobs mostrava al mondo il primo iPad della storia di Cupertino. A un decennio di distanza si è ormai arrivati alla settima generazione, senza contare le versioni Air, Mini e Pro.


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Bernie Sanders Takes Biggest National Lead Of Campaign After Nevada Win, New Poll Shows
Bernie Sanders saw an increase of 4 percentage points since the Las Vegas Democratic debate last week; Elizabeth Warren was the only other candidate to see an increase.
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ICYMI: Trump's massive India rally
President Donald Trump traveled abroad to India and received a very special treat: A large crowd of supporters.
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How to Watch 'The Voice' Season 18 Premiere: Live Stream, Channel and More Show Info
Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson and John Legend are back as coaches, along with newcomer Nick Jonas.
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Wendy Makes the Case for Studio Meddling
Filmmaker Benh Zeitlin’s follow-up to Beasts of the Southern Wild might have benefited from more adult supervision.
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U.S. safety board to issue new recommendations in probe of fatal Tesla Autopilot crash
The National Transportation Safety Board will hold a public hearing on Tuesday to establish the probable cause of a fatal March 2018 Tesla Autopilot crash in California and will issue a series of safety recommendations, two people briefed on the matter said on Monday.
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Fintech company Intuit to buy Credit Karma for $7.1 billion
Inuit has agreed to acquire Credit Karma for approximately $7.1 billion in cash and stocks, the companies announced Monday.
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Column: David Mamet just tested a new play in L.A. Why you didn't hear about it
David Mamet brought "The Christopher Boy's Communion" to the Odyssey Theatre with Rebecca Pidgeon, William H. Macy, Clark Gregg and Fionnula Flanagan.
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Bloomberg Rips Sanders Over Castro Remarks, Says His Legacy Is 'Poverty, Firing Squads,' Not 'Literacy Program'
Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg tore into Senator Bernie Sanders on Twitter Monday, criticizing comments the senator had made in support of literacy education in Cuba that was introduced by communist leader Fidel Castro.
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Poll: Democrats underperforming with black voters
More than one-third of those surveyed expressed a desire for ‘someone else’ to run for president.
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Deontay Wilder wants Tyson Fury trilogy, vows towel-throw ‘consequences’
Deontay Wilder isn’t done with Tyson Fury and seemingly has a bone to pick with plenty of others after losing his championship to the British heavyweight. Wilder, who was stopped by Fury via TKO in the seventh round on Saturday night in Las Vegas for his first professional defeat, told The Athletic on Monday that...
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UPDATE 1-U.S. still eyeing ways to curb sales to Huawei after Trump's chipmaker comments -sources
U.S. government officials are still considering ways to further curb sales to China's Huawei Technologies, despite President Donald Trump's tweets and comments last week in support of sales to China, according to people familiar with the matter.
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Outside Bryant's Mamba Sports Academy, 'We're all celebrating Kobe today'
While mourners celebrated Kobe Bryant at the Staples Center, others around Southern California found their own ways to honor the former Lakers star.       
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Poll: Biden, Sanders in tight race in South Carolina
The NBC News/Marist survey was conducted before Sanders' dominating win in last week's Nevada caucuses.
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Harvey Weinstein accuser Annabella Sciorra speaks out after verdict: 'My testimony was painful but necessary'
Annabella Sciorra is speaking out following Harvey Weinstein's verdict.
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Fact check: Bloomberg falsely claims NYPD only entered mosques when invited in
Facts First: Mosques and other Islamic organizations were surveilled without consent during the Bloomberg mayoralty that began in 2002, including with secret informants and undercover officers.
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Can Joe Biden win in South Carolina?
With the South Carolina primary just days away, Democratic candidates are gearing up for the next debate tomorrow. CBSN political contributor Lynda Tran joins "Red and Blue" to discuss what campaigns are doing to make their case to voters.
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Zamboni driver pulled in as backup goalie in hockey game
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Amtrak moves toward airline-style pricing on its lowest train fares
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City yeshivas booming while Catholic school enrollment shrinks
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Shadowy church at center of South Korea coronavirus outbreak shuttered
A shadowy South Korean church at the center of the coronavirus epidemic in the country has been shut down, according to a new report Monday. South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Sunday called the closure of branches of the Shincheonji Church of Jesus “a fair and inevitable step” to protect the community, according to the...
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Coronavirus has Amazon scrambling to fill inventories, report says
Some sellers on the platform are cutting back on online ads to make sure they don't run out of stock, New York Times says.
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Top NFL draft QB prospect Joe Burrow jokes about hand size measurement at combine
Joe Burrow's hands measured at nine inches at the NFL combine. The expected No. 1 overall pick joked about it on Twitter afterward.        
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Shooting in broad daylight leaves boy dead, sister clinging to life
A 6-year-old boy was killed and his 9-year-old sister is clinging to life after a gunman opened fire on their family’s car in broad daylight over the weekend, according to new reports. The two children were inside the car with their mother and a 7-year-old sibling in the city’s Kingsway East neighborhood around 1:45 p.m....
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OnPolitics: Gifts and political meddling for everybody
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Kobe Bryant memorial underscores female empowerment, being a GirlDad, promoting women's sports
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Accusers say Weinstein verdict is 'just a drop in a wave of justice to come'
This is only the beginning -- that was the message from a group of women known as the Silence Breakers had on Monday following the conviction of Harvey Weinstein on two of five charges in a New York criminal case.
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Single Bullet Injures 7 People After Man Fires Shot at Houston Flea Market: Police
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Hunting for 'marsquakes,' NASA lander finds a surprisingly active red planet
NASA's Mars InSight lander has detected 174 marsquakes, a surprisingly strong local magnetic field and about 10,000 whirlwinds passing over Mars' surface.
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World markets shaken by coronavirus spread
After reports of coronavirus taking hold in South Korea, Iran, and Italy, world markets fell significantly on Monday. Brian Todd reports.
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Harvey Weinstein verdict brings relief for his victims
Harvey Weinstein’s victims, and those who believe them, finally got their Hollywood ending: The dethroned Hollywood mogul led out of a courtroom in handcuffs. On Monday, after nearly a week of deliberations, the jury returned their verdict: Guilty on two counts, rape and a criminal sex act. Weinstein, who spent his evenings and weekends throughout the...
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The Purge: WH prepares to push out those suspected of disloyalty
CNN's Kaitlan Collins reports.
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In victory for #MeToo movement, Weinstein found guilty of sexual assault, rape
Former movie producer Harvey Weinstein was convicted of sexual assault and rape in a New York court on Monday and taken off to jail in handcuffs, a victory for the #MeToo movement that inspired women to publicly accuse powerful men of misconduct.
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Homeland Security Deputy Secretary Cuccinelli Criticized for Asking Twitter Where to Find Coronavirus Information
Acting Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli came under fire Monday for asking Twitter for alternate sources for information after having trouble accessing Johns Hopkins University's coronavirus map.
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Justin Bieber says he's 'grateful' after breaking Elvis Presley's record with 'Changes'
What do Justin Bieber and Elvis Presley have in common?       
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Nevada caucuses: With all precincts in, Sanders in first with 46.8%
Biden is still in second, with about 20% support, followed by Buttigieg, with 14.3%.
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On today's show, you'll go sightseeing in India, sheltering on an East Atlantic island chain, dogsledding in British Columbia, and planking for a record.
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When is the South Carolina Democratic debate and which candidates are on stage?
The Democratic debate in South Carolina is one of the last (free) chances presidential candidates have to make their case to voters in that state.
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Russia Warns Against Any U.S. Talks With Militant Group It's Bombing in Syria
Russia's top diplomat said it was "completely unacceptable" for U.S. officials to hint at potential talks with the Hayat Tahrir al-Sham jihadi coalition in Syria's northwestern Idlib province.
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Gianno Caldwell predicts coronavirus concerns will have little effect on 2020 presidential race
Fox News political analyst Gianno Caldwell told "Your World with Neil Cavuto" Monday to discuss whether the coronavirus outbreak that has caused short-term uncertainty in the global economy could have an impact on the 2020 presidential election.
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Oil and gas companies 'invest' money on members of Congress with anti-environment voting records, study says
Oil and gas companies give more in campaign contributions to members of Congress with voting records against the environment, according to a new study.
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Shaq calls Kobe Bryant "true Renaissance man" during memorial at Staples Center
In his tribute, fellow NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal said he and Kobe pushed each other to play "some of the greatest basketball of all-time" and mentioned their mutual love and respect for one another. Watch his remarks here.
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Actor Jackson Hurst lists remodeled retreat in Valley Village
After remodeling his Valley Village home, actor Jackson Hurst has put the modern farmhouse-style spot up for sale at $1.799 million.
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Kellyanne Conway Calls Sanders Nomination 'Payback' From Trump Administration for Impeachment Proceedings
"I'd like to thank the Never Trumpers for delivering Bernie Sanders as the possible nominee now," Conway said.
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Gutfeld on Bernie Sanders' Cuba gaffe
As Bernie storms toward the Democratic nomination, remember history — the good and the bad — and remember which side Bernie chose.
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Deontay Wilder says heavy walkout costume led to weak legs in TKO loss to Tyson Fury
Deontay Wilder has a list of excuses for his TKO loss to Tyson Fury: weak legs from his 40-pound costume, referee Kenny Bayless and his own corner.      
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These puppies are training to assist in avalanche rescue
Devastating avalanches are already killing hundreds of people - and climate change could make that even worse. We ride along with the Telluride Ski Patrol in Colorado to see how settling off controlled avalanches can minimize risk, and how they're training rescue dogs.
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Column: Harvey Weinstein's convictions show that rape is rape, no matter his wealth or power
Harvey Weinstein's rape and sexual assault convictions prove that rape is a crime, not an HR issue or a cultural talking point.
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