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vendredi 5 janvier 2018, 15:15
HP's Envy 13 Ultrabook. (credit: Andrew Cunningham) Those who have purchased a new HP laptop in the past two years should take note of the company's latest voluntary recall. HP announced that it's recalling batteries for select laptop models, including some in the ProBook,...
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Enlarge (credit: Jen) The Meltdown and Spectre flaws—two related vulnerabilities that enable a wide range of information disclosure from every mainstream processor, with particularly severe flaws for Intel and some ARM chips—were originally revealed privately to chip...
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Enlarge / For now, US astronauts must still travel to Kazakhstan and ride aboard a Russian Soyuz rocket to reach space. (credit: NASA) Last year offered a mixed bag for spaceflight aficionados. The highs were very high, with SpaceX flying, landing, and reflying rockets at...
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Enlarge / FCC Chairman Ajit Pai with his oversized coffee mug in November 2017. (credit: Getty Images | Bloomberg) The Federal Communications Commission today released the final version of its net neutrality repeal order, three weeks after the December 14 vote to deregulate ...
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Enlarge / Each year's ozone hole is a little bit different. (credit: NASA) The Montreal Protocol, which went into effect in 1989, is a rare instance of a global agreement to solve a global problem: the release of vast quantities of ozone-destroying chemicals into the...
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jeudi 4 janvier 2018, 23:40
Enlarge / We edited the front of the latest Game of Thrones HBO calendar to reflect today's final-season announcement. (credit: HBO/Aurich Lawson) Last month, HBO offered a sneak peek at series, specials, and films to expect from the cable network in 2018. But its new-year...
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(credit: Comcast) Comcast reportedly fired about 500 salespeople shortly before Christmas, despite claiming that the company would create thousands of new jobs in exchange for a big tax cut. Comcast apparently tried to keep the firings secret while it lobbied for the tax...
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Enlarge / Brian Krzanich, chief executive officer of Intel Corp., speaks during Automobility LA ahead of the Los Angeles Auto Show in Los Angeles, California, US, on Tuesday, November 15, 2016. (credit: Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg via Getty Images) Brian Krzanich, chief...
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Enlarge (credit: Tesla / Getty / Aurich) The good people over at Inside EVs have done their tabulating, and the numbers are in: in 2017, very nearly 200,000 electric vehicles were sold in the US. The actual number they calculate—199,826—is a significant increase on...
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Enlarge / Democrats vs. Republicans. (credit: Getty Images | Linda Braucht) Some supporters of net neutrality are focusing their attention on Congress and vowing to vote out lawmakers who won't join a legislative effort to reinstate net neutrality rules. 'If they don't vote ...
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Enlarge / 30 Doradus, also known as the Tarantula Nebula, is forming an unusually high number of massive stars. (credit: NASA) For fans of drama, the Universe can be a bit of a disappointment. Most of the stars it currently produces are red M-dwarfs. With masses less than...
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Greetings, Arsians! It's a fairly typical day here at Dealmaster HQ, so we'll get right into it: courtesy of our friends at TechBargains, today we've got discounts on a number of Dell PCs—both of the desktop and laptop varieties—as well as an ongoing price cut to...
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Mike Kane/Bloomberg/Getty Images On Wednesday, Delta Airlines flight 9771 flew from Atlanta to Pinal Airpark in Arizona. It wasn't a full flight—just 48 people on board. But it was a milestone—and not just for the two people who got married mid-flight—for it marked...
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Enlarge / An extremely small look at the hundreds of millions of Miiverse posts archived on Archiverse (credit: Archiverse) Nintendo's first attempt at creating a real online social network, Miiverse, became a surprisingly robust and meme-filled community of artists and...
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Enlarge (credit: Derek Bacon / Getty Images) Welcome to 2018! We're less than a week into the New Year, and we've already got a number of new dumpster fires fully ablaze. Apple's BatteryGate PR disaster is now burning as hot as a Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Microsoft's Kinect...
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Enlarge / FCC Chairman Ajit Pai speaks during the National Association of Broadcasters conference in Las Vegas on April 25, 2017. (credit: Getty Images | Ethan Miller ) Ajit Pai was scheduled to appear at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas on January 9...
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Enlarge / Relúmĭno smart glasses made by Samsung's C-Lab. (credit: Samsung) Samsung's Creative Lab program lets employees explore new projects and spin off startup ideas, making devices that come out of the program intriguing. At CES next week, C-Lab will show off a few...
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Enlarge / Here are just some of the prizes you could win by entering this year’s sweepstakes. If you've been putting off donating to this year's Ars Technica Charity Drive Sweepstakes due to holiday obligations, unawareness, or just sheer laziness, don't put it off any ...
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Enlarge On Thursday morning, Bosch announced that it is buying a five-percent stake in the mapping and location services company Here. In doing so, it joins other shareholders Audi, BMW, Daimler-Benz, and Intel—the automakers having bought the company for $2.7 billion...
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Valentina Palladino Companies may be producing more premium convertibles than regular laptops, but Dell is giving its less-flexible XPS 13 some love ahead of this year's Consumer Electronics Show. The company announced an updated version of the XPS 13 laptop, which features ...
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