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A NIGHTINGALE, sitting aloft upon an oak and singing according to his wont, was seen by a Hawk who, being in need of food, swooped down and seized him. The Nightingale, about to lose his life, earnestly begged the Hawk to let him go, saying that he was not big enough to satisfy the hunger of a Hawk who, if he wanted food, ought to pursue the larger birds. The Hawk, interrupting him, said: "I should indeed have lost my senses if I should let go food ready in my hand, for the sake of pursuing birds which are not yet even within sight."
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<p>Apple has announced a huge new 12.9 inch iPad Pro, which its describes as its biggest and most powerful iOS device yet.</p><p>That screen has a whopping 2732 x 2048 resolution (that's 5.6 million pixels if you can't be arsed to do the maths), driven by a new 3rd generation 64bit A9X chip that is 1.8x faster than iPad Air 2.</p><p>And it has double the graphics performance of the previous tablet - all with the same 10 hour battery life.</p><p>The device has a four speaker audio system, which automatically balances based on how you're holding the iPad. All in a device that is 6.9 mm thin (to iPad Air's 6.1mm) - but slightly heavier than the original iPad.</p><p>There are new peripherals, specifically for the iPad Pro. You've got a smart keyboard inside a foldout case which looks a lot like the Microsoft Surface one. And a smart stylus called an Apple Pencil, which you charge by plugging into the Lightning port on the iPad.</p><p>The iPad Pro also has an 8 megapixel camera and the Touch ID thumbprint reader. It comes in three finishes: silver, space grey, and gold.</p><p>It starts at $799 for the 32GB wi-fi model. The Apple Pencil is $99 and the Smart Keyboard is $169. All will be available in November.</p>
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"I'm glad to see you back, Susan. How is your sister?"<p>Developer Webzen is at it again, with another huge content update for its popular MMO MU Origin. This time around, we’re focusing on teamwork on a grand scale, as guilds will now be able to team up to take on bigger, badder opponents. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg—there are bunches of new quests and events to dive into even if you’re not excited about adventuring with your guild. Here’s what to expect.</p><p>MU Origin’s new Corps system switches up multiplayer in exciting new ways. Now, up to four guilds across all servers can form mega-alliances to take on special Corp Quests. You’ll be able to form a Corps if you’re a Guild Master over level 6, and once you complete the Door quest upon reaching 10 Rebirth Level 50. Guilds can participate in Corps Quests to gain Prosperity Points and move their way up the rankings, or join the Corps Wars, weekly events that pit different Corps against each other in a competition to collect resources and protect your territory.</p><p>There’s plenty of single player fun to be had in the update, too. The new Territory Collect event, for players at 10 Rebirth Level 60 or higher, will play in Corps mode automatically upon joining the event. You’ll gather resources from the environment and by looting monsters. You’ll find Aether Dust, Soul Dust, Zen, potions, and much more in this exciting new mode, and you’ll be able to participate 30 times a week.</p><p>