April 4th, 2020
12:34 AM
Bugs that let sites hijack Mac and iPhone cameras fetches $75k bounty
April 3rd, 2020
11:17 PM
Xbox architect sues Atari over unpaid work on crowdfunded console
10:51 PM
“We hit 3M hard“—Trump orders 3M to keep US-made masks in the US
10:25 PM
Google knows if everyone in your county is actually staying home or not
09:59 PM
Should you wear a face mask? Here’s all the data we have
09:59 PM
US edits National Stockpile website after Kushner claims it’s not for states
09:07 PM
Intel’s 10th-generation H-series laptop CPUs break 5GHz
08:15 PM
Apple Store appears to leak new, iPhone 8-like iPhone SE
07:49 PM
Tech takes a back seat to interconnected human stories in Tales from the Loop
07:23 PM
FCC: TracFone made up “fictitious” customers to defraud low-income program
06:57 PM
Pandemics: Do we need an app for that?
06:05 PM
Leaked Amazon memo: Walkout leader “not smart or articulate”
05:39 PM
Subscription drive, day 4: A pitch from “Comcast’s least favorite journalist”
05:39 PM
Searching for the ultimate Super Mario Bros. player among the masses
03:03 PM
Racing turns hard into esports while the real world is on hold
02:37 PM
SpaceX loses its third Starship prototype during a cryogenic test
02:11 PM
Here are 10 alternative ideas for what NASA could do with its Moon budget
01:19 PM
Rocket Report: New Shepard push angers workers, Falcon 9 gets wormed
02:55 AM
New Peninsula trailer looks just as thrilling as its zombie predecessor
12:45 AM
Security tips every teacher and professor needs to know about Zoom, right now
April 2nd, 2020
11:53 PM
Tesla beats expectations with strong first-quarter delivery numbers
11:27 PM
T-Mobile, Sprint took a risk by finishing merger without Calif. approval
11:27 PM
America’s COVID-19 testing has stalled, and that’s a big problem
11:01 PM
$12.8 billion Juul investment broke the law, FTC suit says
10:35 PM
The Last of Us Part II is “nearly done.” So why is it being delayed?
09:17 PM
In a surprising change, Amazon now sells movies in its Prime Video iOS app
08:25 PM
A handful of Sonos speakers and soundbars are on sale today
07:33 PM
You asked, we answered: Free wallpapers, plus a subscription update!
07:33 PM
NASA brings back its iconic “worm” logo to mark return of human spaceflight
06:41 PM
FCC will vote on rules for 1.2GHz of new Wi-Fi 6E spectrum on April 23
06:41 PM
Activision has a First Amendment right to use Humvees in Call of Duty
06:41 PM
Forecasters predict a busy Atlantic hurricane season
05:49 PM
Parenting in a pandemic: Chaos, control, and an Animal Crossing meltdown
02:21 PM
New vehicle sales fell by 40-50 percent in March thanks to COVID-19
09:09 AM
It’s a “tock” year: New Nvidia laptop GPUs in 25 OEMs’ systems this month
02:39 AM
No joke: Rick and Morty has a new trailer; second half of S4 will air May 3
12:29 AM
Study looks at how Russian troll farms are politicizing vaccines
12:03 AM
Modern meterology was born 60 years ago today
April 1st, 2020
11:37 PM
Levandowski says Uber must pay his $179 million judgment to Google
09:53 PM
Frontier prepares for bankruptcy, regrets failure to install enough fiber
08:09 PM
This is the Volkswagen e-BULLI, an official electric bus restomod
07:43 PM
BBC’s 1957 April Fool’s “spaghetti-tree hoax” is more relevant than ever
06:51 PM
Attackers can use Zoom to steal users’ Windows credentials with no warning
06:51 PM
Microsoft announces Microsoft 365, a service to replace personal Office 365
06:25 PM
The 2020 Moto G goes up for pre-order today, starting at $250
05:33 PM
Goodbye, John Legere: CEO leaves as T-Mobile completes Sprint merger
05:07 PM
The world’s largest aircraft will now test hypersonics for the military
04:41 PM
Ars Pro Week Day 3: We promise not to shoot Eric Berger into orbit
02:05 PM
Microsoft Edge is becoming the browser you didn’t know you needed
02:05 PM
How SNES emulators got a few pixels from complete perfection
01:13 PM
MongoDB’s Field Level Encryption protects private data—even from DBAs
01:32 AM
Vivarium’s claustrophobic horror hits a little too close to home right now
March 31st, 2020
11:48 PM
Huawei’s P40 phone contains US parts despite blacklisting
11:21 PM
Authors fume as online library “lends” unlimited free books
11:21 PM
Jedi Academy dev promises to fix mistake that let PC gamers slaughter console players
11:21 PM
FDA approves the emergency use of chloroquine for COVID-19
10:55 PM
OpenWRT code-execution bug puts millions of devices at risk
10:29 PM
Zoom’s privacy problems are growing as platform explodes in popularity
10:03 PM
Comcast waiving data cap hasn’t hurt its network—why not make it permanent?
09:37 PM
Apple acquires Dark Sky weather app, and it’s bad news for Android users
09:37 PM
Study: Future astronauts could use their own urine to help build moon bases
09:36 PM
Apple’s new MacBook Air and Mac Mini are already discounted
07:27 PM
Marvel, DC will delay digital comic books during brick-and-mortar closures
07:01 PM
Here’s the Trump admin’s pathetic new fuel efficiency rule for 2026
05:43 PM
Amazon: Walkout leader’s firing wasn’t due to his organizing efforts
05:17 PM
Despite looming Google acquisition, Fitbit launches Charge 4 tracker
05:17 PM
Michael Collins didn’t land on the Moon, but he got this song written about him
04:25 PM
Ars Pro week, day 2: I’ll keep hurting myself on the front page if you subscribe
03:33 PM
Florida bucks social distancing trend as COVID-19 cases skyrocket
02:41 PM
SpaceX releases a Payload User’s Guide for its Starship rocket
12:57 PM
As Volvo goes electric, here’s how it’s making its batteries top-notch
12:49 AM
Brain-activity recognition gets competitive with speech recognition
12:23 AM
iPad Pro teardown basically finds 2018’s iPad Pro with a lidar sensor
12:23 AM
Saudi Arabia reportedly tracked phones by using industry-wide carrier weakness
March 30th, 2020
11:58 PM
How to play Pokémon Go when everyone’s stuck inside