Joshua Goldman/CNET The Mavic Mini is the best drone for the most people when it comes to the camera -- but it lacks the build quality and a handful of higher-end features that come with DJI's step-up model, the Mavic Air. The Air isn't cheap -- it costs several hundred dollars more than the Mavic Mini -- but it's considerably sturdier and stronger. It's also heavier, which means it can only fly for about 20 minutes on a charge and you'll need to register it to fly legally. (Trust us, it's not that big a deal.) … [Read more...] about The best drones for 2020
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Tasha: Above all else, I’d like to see them veer away from the prequel plans. The MCU has so much momentum because it’s always moving forward. We’re never leaping back in time to fill in the blanks on how stories began after we’ve learned how they end. (The upcoming Captain Marvel will be a bit of an exception to that rule, but it’ll also introduce important new characters to the continuity. We’ll see whether fans take that bait.) The gripe I’ve heard over and over about Solo, in various ways, is that we know how Han Solo’s story ends — we don’t necessarily need every significant moment of his life filled in like a checklist. I don’t entirely ascribe to that philosophy myself — I mostly enjoyed Solo, and especially his first meeting with Chewbacca, and the process of that relationship building. But so often, these prequels are about laboriously explaining things the fans filled in for themselves decades ago, and … [Read more...] about Question Club: Where should Star Wars go after Solo’s box office disappointment?
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