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ars technica · 15m ago

Intel to make Thunderbolt 3 royalty-free in bid to spur adoption

And the company has promised that it'll put Thunderbolt 3 controllers into its processors.
ars technica · 3h ago

If you’d bought $1,000 of Bitcoin in 2010, you’d be worth $35M

Price of Bitcoin has doubled in 2017, and other currencies have jumped even more.
ars technica · 4h ago

This technology could unleash the self-driving revolution for older vehicles

Knowing how to talk to different OEM vehicles is half the battle.
ars technica · 5h ago

For 4,500 years, Stone Age humans returned to this mysterious cave

45,000 years ago in Ethiopia, humans built a paint workshop and used it for millennia.
ars technica · 5h ago

Ars Live: How to build weird things on the Internet and influence people

Guest Norman Chan is a founder of Tested.com, Adam Savage's site for maker culture.
ars technica · 6h ago

Google and Facebook lobbyists try to stop new online privacy protections

Lobbyists try to kill "opt-in" privacy standard before it can be implemented.
ars technica · 6h ago

Windows switch to Git almost complete: 8,500 commits and 1,760 builds each day

The Windows team's migration to Git is almost complete.
ars technica · 7h ago

Pokémon Go hackers getting put in Pidgey-filled purgatory

Niantic appears to be using machine learning to hide rare Pokémon from bot makers.
ars technica · 7h ago

AT&T’s purchase of HBO could lead to 20-minute Game of Thrones episodes

AT&T CEO says 60-minute episodes might be too long for mobile devices.
ars technica · 8h ago

Feds probing psychiatric hospitals for locking in patients to boost profits

At least three federal agencies are looking into Universal Health Services.