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An anonymous reader sends this excerpt from Ars Technica: A judge in Charlotte, North Carolina, has unsealed a set of 529 court documents in hundreds ...
Slashdot · Nov. 22, 2014
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When it comes to tablets, Google doesn't even follow its own design guidelines." That's the upshot of Ars Technica writer Andew Cunningham's ...
Slashdot · Nov. 16, 2014  Explore story »
... you see now on the company's main website: The company's FAQ page was equally amusing: (Hat-tip to Ars Technica, where we first saw this story...
Houston Chronicle · 7 hours ago  Explore story »
... to bring hundreds of millions more people online in the coming years.’” Photo credit: The Escapist Via ars technica Share This Subscribe
Impact Lab · 17 hours ago
... secrets and top secrets [which will be released] if you don't obey us." As reported by Ars Technica , several Twitter accounts belonging to...
ZDNet · 21 hours ago  Explore story »
Western Union told Ars Technica that it takes "all brand matters seriously" and takes steps it deems necessary to protect its...
Safe Haven · 32 hours ago  Explore story »
We at Ars Technica were quite excited at the prospect of a giant, out-of-nowhere Goat Simulator transformation—a free one for current and...
ArsTechnica · 39 hours ago  Explore story »
Unlike a lot of other tech publications, Ars Technica is entirely remote-staffed—our core group of writers and editors and techies work from...
ArsTechnica · 43 hours ago  Explore story »
New documents on the page, and here. Ars Technica article. Slashdot thread.
Schneier on Security · Nov. 26, 2014  Explore story »
Peter Bright at Ars Technica notes that changes to application architecture, instituted with Windows 7, 8, and 8.1, makes this change more...
PC Perspective · Nov. 27, 2014  Explore story »