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ars technica · 7h ago

“Science Keeps America Great,” and the March for Science reminded us

The March for Science brought out great minds—and signs—at 600 events worldwide.
ars technica · 7h ago

Latest Image Comics masterpiece lands in world of lucid dreams and regrets

Turn the pages to discover so many gorgeous fragments of fully realized worlds.
ars technica · 8h ago

“Radioactive Boy Scout” regularly visited by FBI for a decade, father says

New documents show David Charles Hahn was reported to authorities in 2007, 2010.
ars technica · 19h ago

Doctor Who review: Bill and the Timelord must grin and bear it in Smile

“There’s a giant smiley abattoir, and I’m having this childish impulse to blow it up.”
ars technica · 1d ago

Review: Cry Havoc an intriguing sci-fi “dudes on a map” throwdown

A truly asymmetric sci-fi war game in which the natives fight back.
ars technica · 1d ago

Study claims a link between diet sodas and stroke and dementia

Cohort study that doesn’t look at causation, has some odd results.
ars technica · 1d ago

The 2017 New York International Auto Show: Best of the rest

The 840-hp Dodge Demon, Nissan GT-R Track Edition, Bugatti Chiron, and more.
ars technica · 1d ago

Audi Sport’s new GT4 race car was star of its NY International Auto Show

It shares 60 percent of parts with road car and should cost well under $200,000.
ars technica · 1d ago

A major Nintendo policy change has saved at least one Switch game

Third major patch for Nintendo Switch exclusive Bomberman does the unexpected.
ars technica · 1d ago

Fenix 5S reviewed: Exactly what you’d expect from a $600 Garmin sport watch

Great for well-rounded athletes, unnecessary for most.