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Ars Technica
Original news, reviews, analysis of tech trends, and expert advice on the most fundamental aspects of tech.
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Physics is somewhat less broken, but still not quite right by
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In the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season, the United States saw a total of 12 landfalls. Louisiana, alone, experienced five.
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Senate rushes to confirm Trump FCC nominee in order to hinder Biden admin by
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EU throws shade as UK approves COVID-19 vaccine after 10-day review by
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Trump to Congress: Repeal Section 230 or I’ll veto military funding by
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"This construction would brand most Americans criminals on a daily basis," Jeff Fisher, the defendant's lawyer, said during oral arguments conducted over Zoom.
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Comparatively, it's quite easy to get excited for 2021. And that's even before you consider "space balloon" becoming a reality
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High-energy X-rays reveal the secrets of ancient Egyptian inks by
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This week, a researcher discloses one of the scariest iPhone vulnerabilities ever
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The very first doses of any approved COVID-19 vaccine should go to both front-line health care workers and residents of long-term care facilities, a committee of expert advisers for the CDC recommended in an emergency meeting Tuesday evening.
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Hmm. "It's rare to see something of this complexity in a consumer product"
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Fortnite’s Nexus War event could expose Twitch streamers to DMCA problems by
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Modular chassis design, 800V architecture, and the first cars are due in 2021.
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China releases a super-clear image of the Moon taken by Chang’e 5 probe by
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Warning: Your holiday wishlist is about to be dramatically altered
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Teardown of “Dishy McFlatface,” the SpaceX Starlink user terminal by
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Qualcomm’s new flagship SoC is the Snapdragon 888 by
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There are still mainstream OEMs building affordable cars that appeal to driving enthusiasts. Like Mazda, for example.
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Windows running natively on the M1 Apple product? "That's really up to Microsoft. We have the core technologies for them to do that, to run their ARM version of Windows, which in turn of course supports x86 user mode applications."
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