News comes amid period marked by layoffs, focus on existing IP, and a lack of new games.
If Verizon charges this much now, just imagine if 5G was widely available.
We also heard praise for reusable rockets in the Oval Office Friday.
A Green New Deal with an emphasis on the green part.
Data brokers like Facebook, Google, and Oracle might know more than you think.
In Chrome 76, websites can no longer check Chrome FileSystem API to detect private mode.
“In today’s day and age, they’d probably all be in jail or something.”
But buying individual games that only live in the cloud presents a new kind of risk.
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The C8 Corvette has finally emerged from cover.
After we beat the Soviets in 1969, there wasn't much left to prove.
The Falcon 9 rocket has 50 times the lift capacity of a Pegasus vehicle.
Building positive social bonds is key in thatgamecompany's ambitious new title.
It's looking sunny up in the cloud, with revenue spikes for Azure, Office 365, and more.
The three-judge panel disagreed with Shkreli's argument that jurors were misinformed.
FaceApp—which edits photos to make you look older—says no pics stored in Russia.
Under pressure from regulators, Facebook is rethinking Libra's design.
Two-minute trailer is scant on details, so we pick apart Maverick's return.
Romance scams persist, somehow, by preying on the gullible; Twitter is fertile ground.
Across the cislunar blackness, we set sail for a landing that almost didn't happen.
Including deals on good board games, Samsung SSDs, Roku streamers, and more.
Dropbox ambushes its users with a radically different version of its sync app.
Warmer temperatures mean drier fuels and more fire for much of the state.
Is your browser extension tracking your every move online?
Have your tax returns, Nest videos, and medical info been made public?
Hacking remains a tool of choice for influencing elections, company warns.
SEM images showed strange bead-like particles that could also play a role.
Fast and tiny temperature changes visible in the glow of a 2D salt.
Just three drug makers and six distributors were behind the flood.
Erdoğan's welcome of Russian missiles puts nail in coffin of F-35 buy.
It seems like a solid midranger, but we worry about the 720p display.
The project drew criticism from elected officials and Google employees.
The story of the only undisputed Norse site in the Americas just got more complicated.
If Apollo 8 failed, NASA's Moon dreams would crumble.
OneWeb's first six satellites pass test as company moves closer to real service.
Finding a balance between hand-made creations and algorithmic variation.
The best-selling vehicle in the US might become an actual emoji.
Minor revision coming to US/Japan in August, UK in September.
Psychologist Pete Etchells chats with Ars about his first book, Lost in a Good Game.
He was one of the most pragmatic and tech-savvy justices in court history.