Recommended Reading: Jony Ive tells the story of the Apple Pencil

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The initial wave of iPad Pro reviews arrived this week, and with them the first impressions from folks using the new Apple Pencil for an extended period of time. The Telegraph spoke with Apple's design guru Sir Jony Ive to get the backstory on the accessory and why habits like sketching don't have to become obsolete.

A Rare Look Inside F1's Tech Center
Jonathan M. Gitlin, Ars Technica

Data from F1 cars needs to bounce between team facilities that span the globe in near real time. Ars Technica visited the United States Grand Prix to find out how it's done.

Taylor Swift on "Bad Blood," Kanye West, and How People Interpret Her Lyrics
Chuck Klosterman, GQ

Author Chuck Klosterman interviews one of the most popular humans alive.

Twilight of the Jumbotron
Mary Pilon, SB Nation

This piece pays homage to the jumbotron, recalling the history of the massive displays and detailing the recent installation at Texas A&M's Kyle Field.

Wireless Charging Is Still a Mess, But It Won't Be Forever
Brian Barrett, Wired

Catch up on the current state of affairs in regards to wireless charging and what can be done to clear up the confusion.

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