The man wasn’t a gamer, but he evidently became the victim of a deadly “prank.”
by Timothy B. Lee – Dec 29, 2017 8:55 pm UTC
How car buyers react to economics can help craft policy.
by Megan Geuss – Dec 29, 2017 8:05 pm UTC
Possibility of falling snow and ice closes public areas around Apple Store.
by Eric Bangeman – Dec 29, 2017 6:45 pm UTC
The ACLU of Minnesota calls the charges absurd and unconstitutional.
by Timothy B. Lee – Dec 29, 2017 6:27 pm UTC
Collision at 300 feet exposes thresholds of “trusting the app.”
by Nate Anderson – Dec 29, 2017 Five:35 pm UTC
Understanding their evolution shows how puny switches can make a meaty difference.
by John Timmer – Dec 29, 2017 Two:56 pm UTC
Acquired December 1997, Hotmail was the bounty that kept on giving—for good or ill.
by Sean Gallagher – Dec 29, 2017 Two:50 pm UTC
Android Parallel Tasks makes Android apps work more like regular PC programs.
Four.Five million complaints last year.
by Nate Anderson – Dec 29, 2017 1:36 pm UTC
An episodic prequel with the same ups and downs, all around.
by Steven Strom – Dec 29, 2017 1:05 pm UTC
“Concerns with predictive big data technologies show up in most big data policing models.”
by Andrew Ferguson – Dec 29, 2017 12:23 pm UTC
In attempt to make amends for iPhone slow down “misunderstanding.”
$144,000 fine for overlooking all requests to stop.
by Nate Anderson – Dec 28, 2017 8:25 pm UTC
Plus deals on Sonos speakers, Dell and Lenovo laptops, TurboTax, and more.
by Ars Staff – Dec 28, 2017 7:03 pm UTC
Especially in the northeast, shale proximity balances out low electrical play prices.
by Megan Geuss – Dec 28, 2017 6:45 pm UTC
Help us set a fresh providing record and maybe win some of our swag.
by Kyle Orland – Dec 28, 2017 6:13 pm UTC
An enzyme that normally digests formic acid will cheerfully make it.
by John Timmer – Dec 28, 2017 Five:55 pm UTC
Apple is reviewing the code thanks to the Computer History Museum.
It’s not clear why, but it even works for partisan conspiracies.
by John Timmer – Dec 28, 2017 Two:00 pm UTC
Companies, tech, and trends least likely to succeed in 2018, as chosen by Ars editors.
by Sean Gallagher | Dec 28, 2017 1:25 pm UTC
A neat setup can’t save a game that feels slightly finished, much less joy.
by Steven Strom – Dec 27, 2017 8:15 pm UTC
Its Model Trio has yet to see a good quarter, but Tesla is never brief on grand plans.
by Megan Geuss – Dec 27, 2017 6:15 pm UTC
DNA sequencing strikes again.
by Nate Anderson – Dec 27, 2017 Five:09 pm UTC
High volume, longer tweets, and growth of embedded content all fed into decision.
by John Timmer – Dec 27, 2017 Four:30 pm UTC
A critical buffer overflow vulnerability affecting Windows users has been immobilized.
by Eric Bangeman – Dec 27, 2017 Four:02 pm UTC
“Technical issues” reportedly caused holdup until 2019.
Empirical research exposes three big problems with how patents are vetted.
by Timothy B. Lee – Dec 27, 2017 Two:57 pm UTC
Some features may not work on those platforms in 2018.
Blockbusters, film-festival entries, and everything (good) in inbetween. Plus, bowties.
by Sam Machkovech – Dec 27, 2017 Two:00 pm UTC
We tested the Mellow sous-vide for a month.
by Megan Geuss – Dec 27, 2017 12:45 pm UTC
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