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Dell refreshes its Latitude rugged laptop line with three new models
Sometimes, design takes a backseat to practicality—but these aren't cheap.
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How Russia’s “influence operations” targeted the midterms (and how they still do)
Indictment of financier for "Project Lakhta" tied to Internet Research Agency campaign.
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NASA brings a Hubble gyro back to life after a seven-year hibernation
"Gyro rates now look normal in both high and low mode."
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12 days after hurricane, Verizon says Florida network is back to normal
Gov. slammed Verizon for delays, but service is back "essentially everywhere."
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LEGO DC Super-Villains is more of the same, and that’s just fine
Make your own villain in this light-touch sequel.
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Report: Intel is cancelling its 10nm process. Intel: No, we’re not
Intel denies that its problems have made it give up on 10nm altogether.
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Feds shut down self-driving school bus pilot in Florida
Trump administration says vehicle doesn't comply with school bus regulations.
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Grand Theft Auto V hack exposed single-player games to malicious trolls
Since-patched exploit reached through hole involving Rockstar Social Club IDs.
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Latest adaptation of Haunting of Hill House will haunt your dreams
Netflix series reimagines Shirley Jackson's classic horror novel, stays true to spirit.
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Trauma of US Civil War POW experience affected the next generation
But only for those POWs held when camp conditions were really bad.
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Relativity hires senior Tesla manager to help automate rocket production
"When I first heard about Relativity I thought this was crazy."
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Google Home Hub review—A “Minimum Viable Product” with potential
Very basic touchscreen functionality today, hopefully lots of updates in the future.
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The Guilty review: Even in 2018, a simple phone can be utterly thrilling
Director tells Ars—"This is like us not trying to show the shark for the whole film.”
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First thing we do, let’s kill all the experts
Tom Nichols' book describes how experts are no longer ignored—they're attacked.
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Hack on 8 adult websites exposes oodles of intimate user data
A recovered 98MB file underscores the risks of trusting personal info to strangers.
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Review: Istanbul: The Dice Game rules the bazaar
Like chucking dice? Check this game out.
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Another Defender bites the dust as Netflix cancels Luke Cage
Harlem's hero is the latest casualty as Netflix does a little housecleaning.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook calls on Bloomberg to retract its Chinese spy story
"We were very clear with them that this did not happen," Cook tells BuzzFeed.
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Comcast gigabit cable available to nearly 58 million homes and businesses
Comcast gigabit cable rollout is nearly done, but uploads are limited to 35Mbps.
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Entire broadband industry sues Vermont to stop state net neutrality law
State law says ISPs must follow net neutrality to get government contracts.
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Google to charge Android OEMs as much as $40 per phone in EU
After the EU ruling, OEMs can unbundle Google's Android apps, but it will cost them.
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Ars on your lunch break: Theaterwide biotoxic and chemical warfare
The interview with Sam Harris wraps up with plenty of existential doom.
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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 review: War games, now with battle royale!
Even with new modes and without single-player, it's still just Call of Duty.
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Vivaldi 2.0 review: Meet your ideal browser—if you’re willing to invest time
Vivaldi says about half of all the 2.0 features come from user feedback and suggestions.
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This business card-sized Japanese phone bucks the giant-phone trend
Its simple design argues that, sometimes, a phone can just be a phone.
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Gender differences in personality are bigger in egalitarian countries
But historical relationships between countries haven't been taken into account
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Easter Island’s statue builders (sort of) drank from the sea
The ancient Rapanui captured fresh groundwater where it seeped into the sea.
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Spotify comes to Wear OS with stand-alone app, Spotify Connect support
Browse, play, and add songs to your library from Spotify's new on-wrist app.
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Meet Helm, the startup taking on Gmail with a server that runs in your home
$500 service couples the security of a private server with the reliability of the cloud.
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Some of this year’s best microscopy images
Some of this years's best images, courtesy of Nikon.
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Volvo’s new V60 is proof the station wagon must never die
Or, "why the Volvo V60 is almost entirely unlike the most dangerous Group B rally car".
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Games, aggression, and attention, oh my—the evidence on digital media and minds
Some tentative links are in place, but many crucial details are fuzzy.
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Bug in libssh could make it amazingly easy for hackers to gain root access
How many servers have been affected remains unclear.
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Browser vendors unite to end support for 20-year-old TLS 1.0
Almost everyone has now migrated to TLS 1.2, and a few have moved to TLS 1.3.
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Trump’s coal rescue is getting more complicated
Politico report says political will to bail out coal plants is weak at the White House.
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Verizon slammed for poor hurricane response as Floridians lack cell service
Verizon network still in bad shape—FCC demands refunds and will investigate.
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Starlink: Battle for Atlas review: Cool toys, solid spacefaring
No Man's Sky in miniature, plus some neat miniature spaceship toys.
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LuminosityLink creator sentenced to 30 months in prison
DOJ says Colton Grubbs "has no respect for the law."
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Roborace wants the future of racing to be AI plus humans, working together
After a successful pilot in Berlin, races will see teams of human and AI drivers.
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Dealmaster: Get a Google Daydream View VR headset for $40
Plus deals on AMD processors, storage, the Nvidia Shield, and more.
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Comcast complains it will make less money under Calif. net neutrality law
Comcast fears it won't be able to charge online platforms for interconnection.
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Ars Explains: How the LHC feeds its need for speed
In the first of a new series of videos, we look at the world's biggest atom smasher.
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Ars on your lunch break: Thinking in public and brawling with Batman
Neuroscientist Sam Harris discusses intellectualism, politics, and Ben Affleck.
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iFixit rips open the Pixel 3 XL, finds a Samsung display panel
See the guts of Google's newest flagship.
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Sega’s Genesis (and more) get an HDMI upgrade with the Mega Sg
$190 FPGA-powered hardware also supports Master System, Game Gear, and more.
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Amazon makes Kindle Paperwhite waterproof—and it still starts at $129
Amazon brought features from the Kindle Voyage and Oasis to the new Paperwhite.
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Tech firms to SEC: We want the option to pay non-employee workers in equity
Prof: This effort "entrenches the fiction that these workers are not employees."
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Paul Allen—Microsoft co-founder, Seahawks owner, and space pioneer—dies at 64
He persuaded Bill Gates to quit university and sell software instead.
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