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In the December issue
We review M.2 SSDs: tiny drives that deliver huge performance and test for the best home-security camera. Go nostalgic with This Old Tech and find out the benefits of Windows 10 Pro. Plus, read our first impressions of the iPad Pro.
• Windows 10 November update: Formerly known as “Threshold 2,” you could call this the first service pack for Windows 10.
• Meet the first Toyota Mirai: And the big, expensive plan to keep this hydrogen car alive.
• Alpha2: The first affordable robot servant is now in development.
• Who makes the best home-security camera?: We test 6 new models to find out.
• Who needs Windows 10 Pro:: 5 reasons to upgrade.
• Here’s How: Word tips — Random text, quick definitions, formatting tricks, and more.
• Watch: First-person-view (FPV) drone racing: It’s part video game and part action sport.
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