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Mazda brings a new diesel CX-5 SUV to the US   but why?

Mazda brings a new diesel CX-5 SUV to the US but why?

arstechnica.com     3+ hour, 21+ min ago

Mazda worked with US regulators to ensure this one complies with the rules. You'd have to look carefully at the CX-5's badges to tell whether it was one of the new diesel-powered ...

Hannah TV adaptation sacrifices magic of original film for typical teen angst

Hannah TV adaptation sacrifices magic of original film for typical teen angst

arstechnica.com     4+ hour, 59+ min ago

An isolated teenaged girl genetically engineered to be an assassin must elude rogue CIA agents intent on terminating her in Hanna, Amazon's adaption of the 2011 film of the same na...

Happy 30th B-Day, Game Boy: Here are six reasons why you   re #1

Happy 30th B-Day, Game Boy: Here are six reasons why you re #1

arstechnica.com     5+ hour, 36+ min ago

Benj Edwards - Apr 21, 2019 12:22 pm UTC Update: It's not everyday a Hall of Fame toy reaches a milestone, but April 21 happens to be an exception. On this day in 1989, handheld v...

   Natural    bottled water has natural arsenic contamination, testing finds

Natural bottled water has natural arsenic contamination, testing finds

arstechnica.com     6+ hour, 1+ min ago

Beth Mole - Apr 21, 2019 12:00 pm UTC Water can pick up arsenic from geological, agricultural, or industrial sources. Enlarge / Water can pick up arsenic from geological, agricult...

A mystery agent is doxing Iran   s hackers and dumping their code

A mystery agent is doxing Iran s hackers and dumping their code

arstechnica.com     7+ hour, 37+ min ago

Nearly three years after the mysterious group called the Shadow Brokers began disemboweling the NSA's hackers and leaking their hacking tools onto the open Web, Iran's hackers are ...

SpaceX   s Crew Dragon spacecraft has had an anomaly during tests Saturday

SpaceX s Crew Dragon spacecraft has had an anomaly during tests Saturday

arstechnica.com     19+ hour, 31+ min ago

Eric Berger - Apr 20, 2019 10:30 pm UTC Following a successful demonstration mission of its Crew Dragon spacecraft in March, SpaceX has been preparing that vehicle for a critical ...

You   re not getting enough sleep   and it   s killing you

You re not getting enough sleep and it s killing you

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

But particularly me. As I write this, I'm at TED 2019 in Vancouver, which is a weeklong marathon of talks and workshops and coffee meetings and experiences and demos and late-night...

Review: Santa Clarita Diet S3 blends slapstick, satire with genuine heart

Review: Santa Clarita Diet S3 blends slapstick, satire with genuine heart

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

Enlarge / Sheila (Drew Barrymore) and Joel (Tim Olyphant) Hammond are married real estate agents with an undead secret. The Santa Clarita Diet, Netflix's smart, slyly satiric sitc...

Review: The indestructible humanity of  A Boy and His Dog at the End of the World

Review: The indestructible humanity of A Boy and His Dog at the End of the World

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

Dystopian stories take many forms, but it's a rare dystopian novel that prominently features man's best friend. Author of the Oversight and Stoneheart trilogies, C.A. Fletcher does...

These are the best new vehicles of the 2019 New York International Auto Show

These are the best new vehicles of the 2019 New York International Auto Show

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

NEW YORK--On Friday morning, the annual New York International Auto Show opened its doors to the public. In stark contrast to last year--when I foolishly predicted that NYIAS was n...

The hydrogen fuel strategy behind Nikola   s truck dream

The hydrogen fuel strategy behind Nikola s truck dream

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

Megan Geuss - Apr 20, 2019 12:00 pm UTC Truck refueling at a hydrogen station. Ars makes every effort to cover its own travel costs. To attend Nikola's conference, we covered the...

Marcus Hutchins, slayer of WannaCry worm, pleads guilty to malware charges

Marcus Hutchins, slayer of WannaCry worm, pleads guilty to malware charges

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

Then-23-year-old security researcher Marcus Hutchins in his bedroom in Ilfracombe, UK, in July 2017, just weeks before his arrest on malware charges. Enlarge / Then-23-year-old sec...

iOS    Shortcuts feature will come to macOS, but what about Automator?

iOS Shortcuts feature will come to macOS, but what about Automator?

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

A few examples of "Shortcuts" that can be applied to Siri with iOS 12. Enlarge / A few examples of "Shortcuts" that can be applied to Siri with iOS 12. According to a report at 9t...

This little electric car is the coolest thing at the NY Auto Show

This little electric car is the coolest thing at the NY Auto Show

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

As we detailed on Monday, this year's Shanghai auto show has been the place to be if you want to see car designers' ideas for future electric cars. But not everyone chose China as ...

Surprise! Satellites show that thermometers don   t lie

Surprise! Satellites show that thermometers don t lie

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

Official weather stations are more standardized than this consumer one, which helps them track global temperature trends. Enlarge / Official weather stations are more standardized...

World of Goo   s devs answer questions about HD update, Epic Games Store launch

World of Goo s devs answer questions about HD update, Epic Games Store launch

arstechnica.com     1+ day ago

Enlarge / The Goo is back! And free! And updated for existing owners! Everyone wins, we think. As has become a regular occurrence lately, Epic Games announced another solid free v...

McAfee joins Sophos, Avira, Avast   the latest Windows update breaks them all

McAfee joins Sophos, Avira, Avast the latest Windows update breaks them all

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

The most recent Windows patch, released April 9, seems to have done something (still to be determined) that's causing problems with anti-malware software. Over the last few days, M...

FTC may hold Zuckerberg personally responsible for Facebook privacy failures

FTC may hold Zuckerberg personally responsible for Facebook privacy failures

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

Enlarge / Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg leaving the Merrion Hotel in Dublin after meeting with Irish politicians to discuss regulation of social media on Tuesday, April 2, 2019. Fe...

The future of high-speed computing may be larger CPUs with optics

The future of high-speed computing may be larger CPUs with optics

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

Contrary to current trends, the CPU may get bigger in the future. Yes, the size of CPUs are larger today than they were in the past, but they also pack in more transistors. The fut...

Gearbox   s Pitchford: Steam may be    a dying store    in 5 to 10 years

Gearbox s Pitchford: Steam may be a dying store in 5 to 10 years

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

Kyle Orland - Apr 19, 2019 3:28 pm UTC Borderlands 3 is the next big Epic Games Store exclusive Earlier this month, Gearbox drew some ire from Steam-loving Borderlands fans by an...

Get a look at Android   s browser and search ballots for the EU

Get a look at Android s browser and search ballots for the EU

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

Ron Amadeo - Apr 19, 2019 2:58 pm UTC Last year the European Commission ruled that Google had illegally used Android to dominate search. Last month the European Commission gave Go...

Toyota leads $1B investment in Uber   s self-driving tech

Toyota leads $1B investment in Uber s self-driving tech

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

Uber has been using Volvo XC90 hybrid SUVs as R&D platforms. Soon, we can expect these to be joined by Toyota Siennas. Enlarge / Uber has been using Volvo XC90 hybrid SUVs as R&D ...

Anti-vax parents lose in NY court, face steep fines for not vaccinating

Anti-vax parents lose in NY court, face steep fines for not vaccinating

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

Beth Mole - Apr 19, 2019 1:50 pm UTC A sign warns people of measles in the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community in Williamsburg on April 10, 2019 in New York City. Mayor Bill de Blasio...

Facebook launch video captions have issues:    Core pressures Asian looks good

Facebook launch video captions have issues: Core pressures Asian looks good

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

Eric Berger - Apr 19, 2019 1:10 pm UTC An Antares rocket built by Northrop Grumman launched on Wednesday afternoon, boosting a Cygnus spacecraft with 3.4 tons of cargo toward the ...

Unexpected security feature in Microsoft Edge could allow for file theft

Unexpected security feature in Microsoft Edge could allow for file theft

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

A researcher has uncovered strange and unexpected behavior in Windows 10 that allows remote attackers to steal data stored on hard drives when a user opens a malicious file downloa...

Rocket Report: A new Delta 2, Blue Origin inks with NASA, a fiery Falcon Heavy

Rocket Report: A new Delta 2, Blue Origin inks with NASA, a fiery Falcon Heavy

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

Eric Berger - Apr 19, 2019 11:00 am UTC Welcome to Edition 1.45 of the Rocket Report! This week, half of our stories concern the biggest rockets on the planet, from Blue Origin en...

In new gaffe, Facebook improperly collects email contacts for 1.5 million

In new gaffe, Facebook improperly collects email contacts for 1.5 million

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

Facebook's privacy gaffes keep coming. On Wednesday, the social media company said it collected the stored email address lists of as many as 1.5 million users without permission. O...

Microsoft buys Express Logic, adds a third operating system to its IoT range

Microsoft buys Express Logic, adds a third operating system to its IoT range

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

Not content with having a Windows-based Internet of Things platform (Windows 10 IoT) and a Linux-based Internet of Things platform (Azure Sphere), Microsoft has added a third optio...

Facebook is working on an AI voice assistant similar to Alexa, Google Assistant

Facebook is working on an AI voice assistant similar to Alexa, Google Assistant

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

Facebook is working on developing an AI voice assistant similar in functionality to Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, or Siri, according to a report from CNBC and a later statement f...

Dealmaster: A number of big-name video games are discounted today

Dealmaster: A number of big-name video games are discounted today

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

Ars Staff - Apr 18, 2019 6:25 pm UTC Greetings, Arsians! The Dealmaster is back with another round of deals to share, and a number of high-profile video games all happen to be dis...

Idris Elba steals the show as    Black Superman    in Hobbs and Shaw trailer

Idris Elba steals the show as Black Superman in Hobbs and Shaw trailer

arstechnica.com     2+ day ago

Universal Pictures dropped a second trailer for the studio's forthcoming Hobbs and Shaw, the first spinoff of its wildly popular Fast and Furious franchise. It looks like it will b...

Ajit Pai proposes blocking China-owned telecom from US phone market

Ajit Pai proposes blocking China-owned telecom from US phone market

arstechnica.com     3+ day, 57+ min ago

US: China Mobile could be used by Chinese government to attack phone network. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai has proposed denying China Mobile USA's applicati...

Amazon and Google settle feud, bring YouTube back to Fire TV devices

Amazon and Google settle feud, bring YouTube back to Fire TV devices

arstechnica.com     3+ day ago

The Fire TV Cube is a small Fire TV with an Echo Dot baked into it. It has a shiny black finish around the sides, with a matte black top. Enlarge / The Fire TV Cube is a small Fir...

Report: Cheaper    Switch Lite    will be dockable, come in the fall

Report: Cheaper Switch Lite will be dockable, come in the fall

arstechnica.com     3+ day ago

Kyle Orland - Apr 18, 2019 2:58 pm UTC A new report from Japanese news service Nikkei (Google translation) suggests a rumored "less expensive" version of the Switch will be availa...

Jerrie Cobb, one of the most gifted female pilots in history, has died

Jerrie Cobb, one of the most gifted female pilots in history, has died

arstechnica.com     3+ day ago

Eric Berger - Apr 18, 2019 1:53 pm UTC Geraldyn "Jerrie" M. Cobb, a noted aviation pioneer and fierce advocate for women flying into space, died Thursday at her home in Florida, h...

Staffsource: Ars most coveted work-from-home essentials

arstechnica.com     3+ day 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+ day 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...

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     3+ day 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     3+ day 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     4+ day, 42+ 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     4+ day 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     4+ day 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     4+ day 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     4+ day 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     4+ day 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." ...


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