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Staffsource: Ars most coveted work-from-home essentials

arstechnica.com     3+ hour, 3+ min ago

We at Ars have a unique work situation: instead of congregating in a stuffy office among the maze of stuffy offices in a high-rise in a big city, each of us works from the comfort of our home. Some of...

You can now download the source code for all Infocom text adventure classics

You can now download the source code for all Infocom text adventure classics

arstechnica.com     3+ hour, 39+ min ago

The source code of every Infocom text adventure game has been uploaded to code-sharing repository GitHub, allowing savvy programmers to examine and build upon some of the most belo...

50-inch Surface Hub 2S: $8,999, shipping in June; 85-inch version next year

50-inch Surface Hub 2S: $8,999, shipping in June; 85-inch version next year

arstechnica.com     17+ hour, 17+ min ago

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Bendgate 2.0: Samsung   s $2,000 foldable phone is already breaking

Bendgate 2.0: Samsung s $2,000 foldable phone is already breaking

arstechnica.com     18+ hour, 31+ min ago

Ron Amadeo - Apr 17, 2019 7:33 pm UTC Samsung's futuristic Galaxy Fold is launching this month, and the device has already made its way to a select group of reviewers and influenc...

Porn sites must age-verify British users starting July 15

Porn sites must age-verify British users starting July 15

arstechnica.com     19+ hour, 26+ min ago

The United Kingdom's ban on underage access to porn will take effect on July 15, the government announced on Wednesday. "Adult content is currently far too easy for children to ac...

HD emulation mod makes    Mode 7    SNES games look like new

HD emulation mod makes Mode 7 SNES games look like new

arstechnica.com     21+ hour, 6+ min ago

Kyle Orland - Apr 17, 2019 5:08 pm UTC Gamers of a certain age probably remember being wowed by the quick, smooth scaling and rotation effects of the Super Nintendo's much-ballyho...

Apple is shopping for lidar sensors for self-driving project: report

Apple is shopping for lidar sensors for self-driving project: report

arstechnica.com     23+ hour, 13+ min ago

Apple has talked to at least four different companies about purchasing lidar sensors, Reuters reports. Apple is also reportedly working on a home-built lidar sensor. The news sugge...

State-sponsored domain-hijacking op targets 40 organizations in 13 countries

State-sponsored domain-hijacking op targets 40 organizations in 13 countries

arstechnica.com     23+ hour, 18+ min ago

The wave of domain hijacking attacks besetting the Internet over the past few months is worse than previously thought, according to a new report that says state-sponsored actors ha...

Nikola Motor Company shows off two real trucks and    a new jet ski?

Nikola Motor Company shows off two real trucks and a new jet ski?

arstechnica.com     23+ hour, 29+ min ago

Megan Geuss - Apr 17, 2019 2:54 pm UTC Ars makes every effort to cover its own travel costs. We covered the flight out to Scottsdale, Arizona, but Nikola covered one night in a ne...

The Jaguar I-Pace wins World Car of the Year, World Green Car awards

The Jaguar I-Pace wins World Car of the Year, World Green Car awards

arstechnica.com     1+ day, 1+ min ago

I'm not surprised that the I-Pace won; as a battery electric vehicle it scored highly on its green credentials, it's a joy to drive, and it looks stunning inside and out. Much of t...

Everything I kind of like, and totally dislike, about Nintendo Labo VR

Everything I kind of like, and totally dislike, about Nintendo Labo VR

arstechnica.com     1+ day, 23+ min ago

There's no "Nintendo magic" here to save this uneven, uncomfortable package. Above all the other failings of Nintendo Labo VR, the biggest might be its lack of "Nintendo magic." ...

NASA says Christina Koch will spend 328 days in space

NASA says Christina Koch will spend 328 days in space

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

Eric Berger - Apr 17, 2019 1:11 pm UTC There will be a lot of pizza nights for Christina Koch, NASA's newest extended-stay astronaut. Enlarge / There will be a lot of pizza night...

Intel quits 5G modem business hours after Apple settles with Qualcomm

Intel quits 5G modem business hours after Apple settles with Qualcomm

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

Enlarge / A 5G Intel logo is seen during the Mobile World Congress on February 26, 2019 in Barcelona. Intel says it is canceling a line of smartphone 5G chips that had been slated...

Tolkien was right: Scholars conclude Beowulf likely the work of single author

Tolkien was right: Scholars conclude Beowulf likely the work of single author

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

Illustration of Beowulf about to battle a fire-breathing dragon. A new study using a statistical technique called stylometry provides further evidence the poem was the work of a si...

Anti-vaxxers keep dragging health officials to court as US measles cases soar

Anti-vaxxers keep dragging health officials to court as US measles cases soar

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

Beth Mole - Apr 16, 2019 11:43 pm UTC NEW YORK, NEW YORK - APRIL 10: A sign warns people of measles in the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community in Williamsburg on April 10, 2019, in Ne...

Two reports describe major new iOS 13 and macOS 10.15 features

Two reports describe major new iOS 13 and macOS 10.15 features

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

Two reports describe major new iOS 13 and macOS 10.15 features There's a lot of info about iOS 13, plus details about one new feature in macOS. Two reports by Guilherme Rambo at ...

T-Mobile/Sprint merger would be rejected by DOJ in current form, WSJ reports

T-Mobile/Sprint merger would be rejected by DOJ in current form, WSJ reports

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

Enlarge / T-Mobile CEO John Legere (left) and then-Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure during an interview on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on April 30, 2018. DOJ staffers "have ...

Why $249 is an unsustainable price for the first all-digital Xbox

Why $249 is an unsustainable price for the first all-digital Xbox

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

Kyle Orland - Apr 16, 2019 9:10 pm UTC Enlarge / Microsoft needs to give customers a better deal to convince them to give up discs for good. Today's announcement of the previousl...

Everything we know about the first discless Xbox One, coming May 7 for $249

Everything we know about the first discless Xbox One, coming May 7 for $249

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

Everything we know about the first discless Xbox One, coming May 7 for $249 The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition will be the first major home console in the disc-media era to ship w...

Qualcomm shares up 20 percent after Apple agrees to settlement

Qualcomm shares up 20 percent after Apple agrees to settlement

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

A high-stakes trial between Apple and Qualcomm kicked off yesterday in a San Diego courtroom. But this afternoon, the companies announced that they had reached a deal in the case. ...

Report: Microsoft is jumping onto the wireless earbud bandwagon

Report: Microsoft is jumping onto the wireless earbud bandwagon

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

Microsoft's Surface Headphones. Its on-device dial controls are great. Battery life and noise-cancelling, not so much, for the price. Enlarge / Microsoft's Surface Headphones. Its...

Dealmaster: A bunch of Amazon devices are back on sale this week

Dealmaster: A bunch of Amazon devices are back on sale this week

arstechnica.com     1+ day, 21+ hour ago

Ars Staff - Apr 16, 2019 5:12 pm UTC Greetings, Arsians! The Dealmaster is back with another round of deals to share. Today's list is headlined by a new handful of discounts on Am...

Google Fiber exits Louisville, pays city $3.8M to clean up the mess it left

Google Fiber exits Louisville, pays city $3.8M to clean up the mess it left

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

Google Fiber exits Louisville, pays city $3.8M to clean up the mess it left Google Fiber yesterday shut off service in Louisville, Kentucky, and has agreed to pay the local govern...

Google won   t build that flagship retail store in Chicago after all

Google won t build that flagship retail store in Chicago after all

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

Ron Amadeo - Apr 16, 2019 3:23 pm UTC A rendering of 851 W. Randolph Street in Chicago. Enlarge / A rendering of 851 W. Randolph Street in Chicago. Last year, a report from the C...

Apple will dramatically expand iPhone production in India

Apple will dramatically expand iPhone production in India

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

After years of building the iPhone primarily in China, Apple is preparing for a major expansion of iPhone manufacturing in India. Terry Gou, chairman of contract manufacturer Foxco...

Electric vehicles are center stage at the 2019 Shanghai auto show

Electric vehicles are center stage at the 2019 Shanghai auto show

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

Audi, Aston Martin, Infinti, Nio, Volkswagen, and even Lotus show off new EVs. The 2019 Shanghai auto show is now underway, and electric cars are thick on the ground. If there was...

Ebola vaccine is 97.5% effective, early outbreak data suggests

Ebola vaccine is 97.5% effective, early outbreak data suggests

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

Beth Mole - Apr 16, 2019 3:05 pm UTC A nurse working with the World Health Organization (WHO) shows a bottle containing Ebola vaccine at the town hall of Mbandaka on May 21, 2018 ...

Video: Amnesia: The Dark Descent   s horror relied on a bit of cheating

Video: Amnesia: The Dark Descent s horror relied on a bit of cheating

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

"War Stories" shines some light on what lives in the game's madness-inducing darkness. 2010 video game Amnesia: The Dark Descent is an obvious candidate for our eventual "best gam...

Sony   s PS4 successor sports 3D audio tech, faster SSD storage

Sony s PS4 successor sports 3D audio tech, faster SSD storage

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

Cerny tells Wired new 8K, ray-tracing console won't be ready for 2019. Kyle Orland - Apr 16, 2019 2:48 pm UTC Sony hardware architect Mark Cerny has revealed the first official d...

Logitech   s latest universal remote gives Alexa the keys to your home theater

Logitech s latest universal remote gives Alexa the keys to your home theater

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

Jeff Dunn - Apr 16, 2019 1:10 pm UTC Logitech on Tuesday announced the Harmony Express, a new universal remote that features the Alexa voice assistant. Amazon's increasingly ubiq...

iPad Air and iPad mini 2019 review: Apple   s tablets strike an ideal balance

iPad Air and iPad mini 2019 review: Apple s tablets strike an ideal balance

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

iPad Air and iPad mini 2019 review: Apple's tablets strike an ideal balance These are clearly more appealing to most people than Apple's 2018 iPad or iPad Pro. At the top end, yo...

Notre Dame Cathedral will never be the same, but it can be rebuilt

Notre Dame Cathedral will never be the same, but it can be rebuilt

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

Enlarge / PARIS - APRIL 15, 2019: Emergency services tackle a fire at Notre-Dame de Paris, a Catholic cathedral founded in the 12th century. Notre Dame's roof and its support stru...

Germany   s first criminal indictment in VW emissions scandal is ex-CEO Winterkorn

Germany s first criminal indictment in VW emissions scandal is ex-CEO Winterkorn

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

Megan Geuss - Apr 15, 2019 10:56 pm UTC On Monday, German prosecutors filed a criminal indictment against former Volkswagen Group CEO Martin Winterkorn for participating in the fr...

Google teases a cheaper Pixel 3 unveiling at on May 7th

Google teases a cheaper Pixel 3 unveiling at on May 7th

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

Google teases a cheaper Pixel 3 unveiling at on May 7th Ron Amadeo - Apr 15, 2019 10:15 pm UTC A few years have gone by since we've seen hardware at Google I/O, but it looks like...

OpenAI bot crushes Dota 2 champions, and now anyone can play against it

OpenAI bot crushes Dota 2 champions, and now anyone can play against it

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

Reigning International champions Team OG were soundly beaten over the weekend. We've been able to watch the bot's development over a number of show matches, with each one using a ...

Report:    All Digital    Xbox One coming May 7, for    229 in Europe

Report: All Digital Xbox One coming May 7, for 229 in Europe

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

Kyle Orland - Apr 15, 2019 7:37 pm UTC Following a November report on Microsoft's plans for a disc-free Xbox One S option, new reports suggest that new hardware will arrive on May...

Twitter copyright enforcement gets absurd, blocks links to news articles

Twitter copyright enforcement gets absurd, blocks links to news articles

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

At Starz's request, Twitter blocked an April 8 tweet by the news site TorrentFreak, which had posted a link to one of its news articles about piracy. News coverage about piracy is ...

Elon Musk says Tesla is    vastly ahead    on self-driving

Elon Musk says Tesla is vastly ahead on self-driving

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

Elon Musk says Tesla is "vastly ahead" on self-driving Tesla is less than two years away from full self-driving, CEO Elon Musk said in an interview with MIT researcher Lex Fridman...

Hackers could read non-corporate Outlook.com/Hotmail for six months

Hackers could read non-corporate Outlook.com/Hotmail for six months

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

The hackers, however, dispute this characterization. They told Motherboard that they can indeed access email contents and have shown that publication screenshots to prove their poi...

Israeli group says it will make a second attempt to land on the Moon

Israeli group says it will make a second attempt to land on the Moon

arstechnica.com     3+ day, 32+ min ago

Eric Berger - Apr 15, 2019 1:24 pm UTC On Saturday, just two days after the Beresheet spacecraft crashed into the Moon, the president of SpaceIL said the organization would move f...

It   s reunions, tensions galore as forces converge on Winterfell in GoT final bow

It s reunions, tensions galore as forces converge on Winterfell in GoT final bow

arstechnica.com     3+ day ago

Enlarge / Jon Snow (Kit Harington) brings Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) home to meet the family at Winterfell. Winter is here! The first episode of the hotly anticipated fina...

Stratolaunch, the world   s biggest airplane, takes flight

Stratolaunch, the world s biggest airplane, takes flight

arstechnica.com     3+ day ago

On Saturday morning, exactly 45 minutes after the sun began to rise over the Mojave Desert, the largest airplane ever created--and its record-breaking 385-foot wingspan--took off f...

Terry Gilliam   s Don Quixote film finally hits the big screen after 25 years

Terry Gilliam s Don Quixote film finally hits the big screen after 25 years

arstechnica.com     4+ day, 25+ min ago

Terry Gilliam's Don Quixote film finally hits the big screen after 25 years Jonathan Pryce stars as an aging Spanish cobbler who becomes convinced he is Don Quixote in Terry Gilli...


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