May 28th, 2020
11:05 PM
US court grants permission to recover Marconi telegraph from Titanic wreckage
11:05 PM
Russian hackers are exploiting bug that gives control of US servers
08:55 PM
5G conspiracy theorists sell $350 USB stick to fight “electric fog”
08:55 PM
Zuckerberg dismisses fact-checking after bragging about fact-checking
08:29 PM
Yamaha’s “Remote Cheerer” brings fan applause back to empty stadiums
08:29 PM
Poop alert: Sewage could signal impending burst of COVID-19 cases
07:11 PM
We’ve got exclusive deals on a bunch of Anker chargers this week
06:45 PM
Apple introduces new MacBook battery management with macOS Catalina 10.15.5
06:19 PM
New Raspberry Pi 4 model comes with a ton of RAM: 8GB
05:53 PM
Does it take nerves of steel to climb on top of a bomb? Yes it does
05:27 PM
Archaeologists in Norway are about to dig up a Viking ship
05:01 PM
Leaked Trump order is a wide-ranging attack on Facebook and Twitter
04:09 PM
This Lamborghini hypercar is getting the Lego Technic treatment
02:25 PM
Dangerous SHA-1 crypto function is about to die in SSH
01:07 PM
Artificial “tongue” for maple syrup weeds out batches with “buddy” off flavors
12:41 PM
Louisiana’s coastal wetlands will disappear—it’s just a matter of when
02:44 AM
HBO Max is live: $15/mo for a massive library, significant headaches
May 27th, 2020
11:16 PM
We still don’t know why YouTube deleted phrases critical of Beijing
10:50 PM
100,000 Americans dead—and counting—as COVID-19 ravages US
09:06 PM
SpaceX and OneWeb seek licenses to launch 78,000 broadband satellites
07:48 PM
Trump tweet throws House surveillance debate into chaos
06:56 PM
Tracing the trajectory of a 66 million-year-old asteroid impact
06:30 PM
Samsung copies the Apple Card, announces “Samsung Money”
06:30 PM
New material releases hydrogen from water at near-perfect efficiency
06:04 PM
SpaceX may launch today, but weather is a huge concern
05:12 PM
GE switches off light bulb business after almost 130 years
03:02 PM
Wuhan swabs 9 million people, tests 6.5 million for COVID-19 in 10 days
02:36 PM
Return to RAID: The Ars readers “What If?” edition
02:10 PM
Scientists discover that four “blank” Dead Sea Scrolls actually have text
01:44 PM
Choosing 2FA authenticator apps can be hard. Ars did it so you don’t have to
02:29 AM
Meet unc0ver, the new jailbreak that pops shell—and much more—on any iPhone
01:31 AM
Twitter’s first fact-check on President Trump calls out “false claims”
May 26th, 2020
11:48 PM
House expected to vote on search and browsing privacy this week
10:56 PM
Which Batmobile is best? This documentary looks at all Batman’s rides
09:38 PM
SpaceX and US Army sign deal to test Starlink broadband for military use
09:38 PM
Proposed bill would ban microtargeting of political advertisements
08:46 PM
Motorola is taking a second swing at a modern Moto Razr reboot
08:46 PM
New Android vulnerability Strandhogg 2.0 exploits user trust
08:20 PM
Take $30 off a new Amazon Kindle, our recommended budget ebook reader
07:54 PM
Early tests of vaccine for COVID-19 pass peer review, look promising
06:36 PM
YouTube auto-deletes comments with phrases critical of Chinese government
05:18 PM
Audi fires driver for using a ringer in charity esports race
03:08 PM
Minecraft Dungeons review: A smashing good Diablo clone for any age
02:42 PM
I laughed a lot at Netflix’s Space Force, but my inner space wonk cried
01:17 AM
Review: Revisit the controversial Biosphere 2 project with Spaceship Earth
12:00 AM
Virgin Orbit attempts to launch its first rocket, but it failed
May 25th, 2020
06:48 PM
Scientists vs politicians: The reality check for “warp speed” vaccine research
05:30 PM
OpenSignal compares 5G experiences across ten major carriers
05:30 PM
Here’s NOAA’s outlook for US summer weather—and hurricane season
02:54 PM
A fidget spinner to detect urinary tract infections
02:28 PM
Deep Space Nine: The Trek spinoff that saved the day by staying put
01:36 PM
Pixel Buds 2 review: These earbuds are “much better than OK,” Google
01:10 PM
The Nigerian fraudsters ripping off the unemployment system
May 24th, 2020
06:06 PM
Homecoming S2: The most fun you’ll have with an evil company this spring
04:22 PM
When COVID-19 is a joke: Stand-up comedy versus livestreaming’s limits
03:56 PM
Ars’ summer reading guide for our very surreal summer
03:30 PM
Can a trip to the iconic Monaco Grand Prix cure an F1 cynic?
02:12 PM
Gears of war: When mechanical analog computers ruled the waves
01:20 PM
On the Moon, astronaut pee will be a hot commodity
May 23rd, 2020
08:27 PM
After 12 years, Clark Gregg prepares to bid farewell to Agent Coulson. Maybe.
08:27 PM
The best Memorial Day sales on headphones, smartphones, and more tech
06:17 PM
Results from the remdesivir COVID-19 trial are out, and its good news
04:07 PM
Penguin poop creates a buttload of laughing gas, researchers find
04:07 PM
6 board games I’m playing during the pandemic
03:15 PM
Making Internet service a utility—what’s the worst that could happen?
01:31 PM
Right-to-repair groups fire shots at medical device manufacturers
May 22nd, 2020
10:48 PM
NASA declares that SpaceX is ready to fly its first crewed mission
09:56 PM
IBM laying off thousands, seeking “flexibility” during COVID-19 crisis
09:04 PM
Hydroxychloroquine linked to increase in COVID-19 deaths, heart risks
08:38 PM
Survey of patients correlates COVID-19 severity to specific risks
07:20 PM
Archaeologists may have found William Wallace’s hidden fortress
07:20 PM
Facebook workers get remote work option—but it could come with a pay cut
06:28 PM
Report says the Galaxy Note 20 is “significantly bigger” than the Note 10
06:02 PM
Naughty Dog uses new Twitter feature to block Last of Us Part II spoilers
03:26 PM
After watching 50,000 hours of Pac-Man, Nvidia’s AI generated a playable clone