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mercredi 27 décembre 2017, 21:15
Enlarge / There isn't much obvious rhyme or reason to the game's puzzles, which turn a 10-minute level into an hour-long affair. Hello Neighbor won’t be the very last game I review this year. I can only pray that it will be the worst. As of now, the first-person stealth...
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Enlarge / Elon Musk in front of a Tesla in China in 2015. (Photo by VCG/VCG via Getty Images) (credit: Getty Images) On Tuesday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter to respond to queries from the company’s fans and followers. In his series of replies, Musk promised new...
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Science is rarely kind to 'crypto-zoology,' which posits the existence of 'hidden' creatures such as yeti, chupacabra, and Korean unicorns. It used to be that you could return from the weekend in the woods to regale your Sasquatch-hunting friends with tales of mysterious...
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Enlarge (credit: Michael Nagle / Bloomberg / Getty Images News) Yesterday, the US Library of Congress announced a change to its social media archiving policy. In 2010, the LOC had been given a complete archive of every tweet sent to that point; it has been grabbing every...
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Enlarge (credit: Mozilla) If you're using Thunderbird for your email needs, make sure you're on version 52.5.2. Mozilla recently released the new version, which has patches that squash a handful of bugs. The bug, rated critical by the Mozilla Foundation, is CVE-2017-7845,...
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Enlarge (credit: Mark Walton) Those wishing for 64GB Nintendo Switch game cards will have to keep waiting. According to a Wall Street Journal report, Nintendo pushed back the rollout of 64GB game cards until 2019, citing 'technical issues' as the problem. Game developers...
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Enlarge / The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia. (credit: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images) If you've read our coverage of the Electronic Frontier Foundation's 'Stupid Patent of the Month' series, you know America has a...
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(credit: Andrew Cunningham) Superfans and holdouts using some older smartphone operating systems will have to bid adieu to WhatsApp messenger soon—or at least the most updated versions of the app. According to an FAQ page, the Facebook-owned messaging app won't support...
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Need a good, nerdy movie marathon for year's end? 2017 concluded with a surprisingly robust selection of enjoyable flicks in the Ars pantheon, which we consider a mix of sci-fi, fantasy, documentaries, genre pieces, and tech-specific fare. This year's quality really only...
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Enlarge / Here's a press photo of the Mellow. My kitchen is nowhere near this nice, so let's start with an aspirational image. (credit: Mellow) No, you don’t need a sous-vide. You don’t need one from Mellow or Anova or Nomiku. A sous-vide will not make your life better...
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Enlarge / The three big home-VR dogs face off for another great year of software. (credit: Ars Technica) If 2016 was the year that true home-VR systems arrived, 2017 may be best described as the year that they didn't die. Backhanded as that may sound, this compliment is...
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Tlohtzin Espinosa and Owen Spence The original symphonic treatment for the game Destiny was long thought lost, thanks to it being shelved after a major staffing shake-up at developer Bungie. But Destiny fans received quite the Christmas miracle—albeit a legally dubious...
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mardi 26 décembre 2017, 17:00
Enlarge / Watch out for that cow. (credit: Getty | Tim Graham) How can we, as WEIRD (Western, Educated, Industrialized, Rich, and Democratic) individuals, mitigate our catastrophic effects on the environment? Pretty much all recommendations start with this: eat less meat....
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Enlarge (credit: Waymo) On November 7, Waymo announced it would begin regularly testing fully driverless cars—without a safety driver—on public roads. It was a momentous announcement. A technology that had seemed like science fiction a decade earlier became a reality....
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Jonathan Gitlin A whole slew of our four-wheeled coverage in 2017 involved autonomous vehicles and self-driving cars. And with good reason—between the big OEMs and a legion of startups, a lot is going on there. But human-driven vehicles aren't going anywhere just yet, and ...
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Enlarge If you've just introduced one of Amazon's Echo devices into your home and feel a little lost, you're not alone. The promises made by Amazon's virtual assistant Alexa are vast, and it's difficult to know where to start when you want Alexa to do something more than ...
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Enlarge / Super Sons is actually about Super Pets. And that’s a good thing. (credit: DC Comics) Comic book news this year was dominated by which major characters from DC and Marvel died, which turned evil, and which did one and then the other. Big events are a lot of fun...
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lundi 25 décembre 2017, 22:20
The Christmas holiday season is traditionally a great time to kick back and catch up on forgotten video games, and usually, we recommend doing so with majorly discounted video game sales. That's still the case (and every platform, from Steam to Nintendo eShop to Xbox Live to ...
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Enlarge (credit: Jon Wade and James Moore) Part of our fascination with cold-and-dry Mars is its warm-and-wet past. What was Mars like when it had liquid water? Did any life swim in it? And where did the water go? The most obvious explanation for that last question is that...
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Enlarge (credit: Aurich Lawson) Yesterday, we gave you the top 20 features and news stories on Ars Technica in 2017. Today, it's time to talk about... the posts people talked about. Sometimes, we at the Orbiting HQ are genuinely surprised by the number of comments a post...
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