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"The term 'Easter egg' has long been used to describe hidden goodies inside of software and video games, but it's not often that game companies use the designated Easter holiday to...
In retrospect, no. Oh well.
"I hopped in, pressed the ignition button, and heard... nothing."
"Just two days before FirstEnergy's bankruptcy filing, the company petitioned the Department of Energy (DOE) for an emergency bailout, citing concerns about reliability."
Two years ago, we were doing throwdowns between the first-gen Oculus and the HTC Vive. (Later this week, we'll finally get a peek at the HTC Vive Pro)
Definitely succeeding on this front. "The Kepler planet-hunting telescope was designed to do one thing: gather data from a single portion of the sky often enough to catch rare, brief...
Anyone happen to catch a glimpse of a Chinese space station burning up in the atmosphere last night?
Putin brought it back into the spotlight, but the whole adventure into flying nuclear reactors began in 1942.
Please say ESPN is fixing things before the Bahrain Grand Prix. Please say ESPN is fixing things before the Bahrain Grand Prix. Please say ESPN is fixing things before the Bahrain Grand...
“The technique was something we actually developed ourselves … It’s not something that is in the public domain.” Without going into details, Kogan described their method as...
"Your proposal impacts over 70 percent of current Lifeline-recipient households by eliminating their wireless providers from the program, leaving less affordable and fewer Lifeline...
So when you can spend billions and continually delay a functional product, evidently you have to do it? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Peter Bright first publicly declared his ThinkPad love with last fall's Lenovo edition (pictured). So *of course* he'd volunteer to review that company's recent 25th Anniversary edition...
This might be the best laptop we've come across in 2018 thus far
"Last week's fatal Tesla Model X crash in Mountain View, California, occurred while the vehicle had Autopilot engaged, Tesla said in a Friday blog post."
That 25th Anniversary ThinkPad isn't the only laptop Lenovo has rolled out recently...
Wasn't a great week around the Tesla offices
The specs may not blow you away, but $80 for a real-deal, usable Android phone is \m/
It's a good weekend to go back and re-read Jeremy Reimer's Amiga History series (since he just released a new edition that could be the last chapter)
Might not be able to guess the speaker behind this quote: "Computer hacking is not just a crime, it is a direct threat to the security and privacy of Americans... This is deeply troubling...
Still wish this was better
Heckuva time to be the new person in charge (via The New Yorker)
Frogs have hopped back in the face of epidemic, possibly giving us hints to do the same some time
Why we all missed out on some SpaceX livestreaming this week
One year later, Wi-Fi remains kinda meh.
Mac folks, the eGPU dream is finally here
A plan to strengthen broadband that is literally out of this world
We are all the Cruise self-driving car, erroneously receiving tickets on the road
Multiple dimensions, wildly different genre aesthetics, futuristic tech flashes—here's how Counterpart made it all feel real through S1
No matter the holiday you may be celebrating this weekend, subscriptions to your favorite news site make for excellent last minute gift options
O_o "...should this current iteration go into effect, an estimated 14 million non-immigrant visa applicants per year would be asked to list any "identifiers" used on a variety of popular...
If you're still into Android Wear—err, Wear OS—here's what's coming in the pipeline
Has anyone put together their copy of Kingpin yet?
In a vacuum, this seems like a pretty solid phone option (but real-world limitations and hoops continue to exist)
"Now that the widespread benefits of Bt crop use are known, farmers can plant to both minimize resistance and maximize the benefits."
Please share this magic pond with the cure-giving virus with the world
Xbox One folks—prepare to explore a visually stunning universe (two years later, but better than never)
"To continue this important work, there is no question we will aggressively challenge state or municipal attempts to fracture the federal regulatory structure that made all this progress...
"The video’s status has finally been settled under a new agreement, but it might come down again after that agreement expires. The perpetual difficulty arises from the fact that there...
So, essentially: 'Of course we're a scientific org—just ignore it whenever climate change comes up? kthxbai."
This is a safe space, yeah? Can we admit how many hours of this game we've played yet?
Probably the best tabletop experience we've had so far in 2018, tbh
More (and more affordable) wearables options is a good thing for everyone \m/
Remember, mutant astronaut stories may not be based in scientific realities
That tragic self-driving car crash resulting in a death? Uber has settled out of court
If successful with these flights, the cadence would put the company two months ahead of 2017's record pace. Last year, SpaceX didn't launch its seventh rocket until June 3.
Use iOS 11? It just got its biggest update to date.
Thanks for all the fish, Terry Myerson.
"At the closest approaches, the outer layer will face temperatures of 1,400°C. But the underside will maintain a much cooler 315-371°C..." ☀️
Unexpectedly, the present-day situation of the Amiga is better than it has been in decades.
At least A Wrinkle In Time still worked well as a kids' adventure film *sigh*
"This thing is astonishing, a gigantic blob that you can look through. It's so sparse that you see all of the galaxies behind it. It is literally a see-through galaxy."
We're here for all gaming discounts no matter how small
"I could see private schools jumping back on the Apple bandwagon with iPads, along with some public school districts and charter schools, especially in the early grades. But once you...
The 2018 Video Game Hall of Fame nominees are live (see: https://twitter.com/jpdysonplay/status/978641690209767424), and it's hard to disagree with #Madden after it continues to innovate...
Tell us if you've heard this Windows tale before: Just as soon as everyone’s finally on the old version, a new version is about to come out.
"The Department of Justice’s internal watchdog, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG), has concluded that the FBI may have overstepped when it failed to exhaust internal options...
"It's important to remember one underlying truth when using any of these "free" services owned by Google, Facebook, Snap, Twitter, and the like: we users are not their customers; we're...
Tim Cook, forever the master of shade throwing.
Even the utilities are getting a little miffed at the cryptocurrency mining
You, ambitious boardgamer, now have enough publicly available info to recreate a CIA training boardgames at home
Major digital infosec baddie forgets the VPN this one unfortunate time
Believe science, not uninformed marketing
Final season of 1980s spy drama #TheAmericans starts tonight. We're quietly hoping that if Henry Jennings attends fancy boarding school, he finally snags an original NES https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2018/03/no-show-does-wigs-as-well-as-the-americans-no-show-gets-80s-tech-as-well-either/
"Taking these space gray models out from behind their $5,000 paywall—eBay resellers aside—will likely make more than a few Apple loyalists happy."
Autonomous-car hotbed Arizona has told Uber to park it for awhile.
They speculate that the tissues—dubbed the “interstitium”—may act as “shock absorbers,” allowing our organs to swell and compress as we go about our business of breathing,...
We know Apple is pushing ahead in AR, but what about VR? We visited some of the first devs working on VR development for Mac to find out. "I would love to see—I don't know if five...
NASA originally projected the James Webb Telescope to launch in 2007. The telescope now will launch no earlier than May 2020.
Anyone in the market for a $2600 phone with three rear cameras? Anyone?