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Updated 2019-06-18 05:15
A bride must play the most dangerous game in Ready or Not red band trailer
"It's just something we do when someone joins the family."
AMD says its Ryzen 3000 isn’t just cheaper—it’s better
AMD's Travis Kirsch says there's no reason to buy an Intel CPU anymore.
Federal bill would allow clean energy companies to structure like oil companies
In the meantime, IEA says value of subsidies for fossil fuels has increased.
AT&T cuts another 1,800 jobs as it finishes fiber-Internet buildout
1,800 new job cuts in addition to 23,000 AT&T jobs cut since December 2017.
Russia warns of “cyberwar” following report the US attacked its power grid
NYT reported on US efforts to insert malware into Russia's energy infrastructure.
PSA: Upgrade 3 years of Xbox Live to Game Pass Ultimate for just $1
Prepaid Xbox Live gold subscriptions can be bumped up cheaply for a limited time.
Nvidia pushes ARM supercomputing
ARM CPUs? In my supercomputer? It's more likely than you think.
“We are very sorry”—Boeing division CEO apologizes for 737 Max deaths
Planes remain grounded as Boeing continues work on a software fix.
Ars on your lunch break: Let’s talk about the extinction of humanity
Synthetic biology sounds great, but the ways in which it could go wrong are legion.
Huawei bracing for a 40% to 60% drop in international smartphone shipments
Consumer uncertainty from the US export ban is devastating Huawei sales.
Domino’s will start robot pizza deliveries in Houston this year
Delivery company Nuro raised $940 million in February, also delivers for Kroger.
Firefly opens first Alpha rocket launch to academic and educational payloads
Company appears to be taking its commitment to STEM to another level.
After June fires, energy group says hydrogen is future’s fuel
Causes of explosions in California and Norway are still under investigation.
E3 2019 in photos: Gooigi, crazy arcade machines, and a DOOM museum
Plus, the National Videogame Museum returns with some of its craziest rarities yet.
Review: Director Jim Jarmusch puts his deadpan stamp on The Dead Don’t Die
A wryly ironic zombie comedy featuring a katana-wielding Tilda Swinton? Yes please.
Final Fantasy VII Remake hands-on: Already feels like the one for jaded JRPG fans
World-premiere demo adds enough new ideas to rekindle my teenaged FFVII interest.
Hackers behind dangerous oil and gas intrusions are probing US power grids
Group responsible for safety tampering Triconex malware has expanded, researchers say.
We used to be friends: Veronica Mars is back in the first full season 4 trailer
Bombings, guns, Spring Break, and mysterious new characters—it's a lot to take in.
Anti-vaxxers defeated: NY bans exemptions as doctors vote to step up fight
Doctors will now actively push for bans on vaccine exemptions.
Porn trolling mastermind Paul Hansmeier gets 14 years in prison
Judge blasts Hansmeier for "almost incalculable" harms to justice.
Review: Men in Black: International is a solid addition to the popular franchise
Fans of the franchise should enjoy this flawed-but-fun summer fare.
Cable companies can save money now that DOCSIS 3.1 upgrade is mostly done
Broadband investment happens in cycles—despite what the FCC tells you.
If you’re crazy rich, you can pay Ferrari to be a test driver
If you have a few million dollars to spare and love Ferrari, give Corsa Clienti a call.
Ebola spreads in Uganda, but not an international emergency, WHO says [Updated]
Health officials working to try to stem the spread of the outbreak from DRC.
One dead after poop transplant gone wrong, FDA warns
FDA puts the squeeze on poop transplants after spread of drug-resistant gut germ.
Huawei export ban claims another victim: Huawei’s $2,600 foldable smartphone
Huawei claims the Galaxy Fold, not the export ban, is to blame for the delay. Right...
Study finds that a GPS outage would cost $1 billion per day
90 percent of the technology's financial impact has come since just 2010.
Target’s same-day deliveries might break my Amazon Prime addiction
I tried Target's new same-day delivery service—it was fantastic.
The best games, demos, and tech of E3 2019
And, yes, every entry in our preview-filled list came from real-time gameplay.
HBO’s Los Espookys will make you want to be a horror technician, too
"We're going to need a 3x2 room, a nightgown, a possessed girl… and tons of dry ice.”
Here’s what an Apple TV and Alexa look like on an old TV and record player cabinet
Two videos demonstrate the results of a Herculean (if pointless) effort.
Little Danny Torrance is all grown up and still shining in Doctor Sleep trailer
Director Mike Flanagan also created last year's adaptation of Haunting of Hill House.
Ajit Pai says NOAA and NASA are wrong about 5G harming weather forecasts
Pai tells Congress that NOAA warnings are based on bad data.
Dealmaster: A ton of Nintendo Switch games are on sale this week
Plus deals on Amazon devices, PlayStation Plus, Roku streamers, and more.
Google is ending the integration between Drive and Photos
Google says the Drive and Photos integration is "confusing," so now it's dead.
Atari’s new VCS isn’t a console, but it isn’t quite a computer either
Quixotic, $250 system is targeting tinkerers, user-generated content, March launch
Light-based computer may parallelize 10-megabit computations
Pixelate light, let it interfere, obtain solution—size limited by budget.
Hyundai self-driving deal points to industry-wide pattern
Hyundai is the latest carmaker to make a big self-driving bet.
Racing’s not just for rich guys—a look at the American grassroots scene
96mph lawnmowers and vintage Maserati engines in ice buggies? Why not.
Medical marijuana vs. opioid abuse: New study questions the connection
Conflicting studies highlight challenge of understanding a shifting legal landscape.
I Am Mother envisions a dark future world where AI is almost human
Ars chats with Director Grant Sputore about bringing his first feature film to life.
Stadia’s E3 Doom Eternal demo made me a cloud gaming believer
A half-hour of play showed me no apparent resolution, frame rate, or latency issues.
If you haven’t patched Vim or NeoVim text editors, you really, really should
Sandbox escape in the ancient text editors lets attackers get a reverse shell.
Minecraft Dungeons hands-on: A shameless Diablo clone—and better for it
E3: Proof that "kid-friendly" dungeon crawling can still be creative, chaotic fun.
Group to fund and operate first hydrogen fuel ferry fleet in the US
Investment group is also exploring refueling infrastructure.
Apple wants to acquire Intel’s 5G business to build its own modems, sources claim
Apple is still years away from engineering its own modems, but this could help.
Oldest evidence of cannabis smoking found in ancient Chinese cemetery
Charred residue in 3,000-year-old samples are the earliest sign of cannabis smoking.
Google responds to Pixel 4 rumors by… posting a picture of the Pixel 4
Shows a big camera bump and 2 cameras, suggests an in-screen fingerprint reader.
Spanish soccer league’s app caught eavesdropping on users in anti-piracy push
Shazam-like feature aimed to catch bars showing pirated soccer streams.
America’s sports car racing series embraces being green again
IMSA is embracing carbon reduction in future cars and for future events.