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  • Everybody loves a clone: Orphan Black and its sci-fi inspirations

    19 April 2014, 3:35 pm by: Sam Machkovech

    Tatiana Maslany can trace her series' DNA to some of history's best sci-fi.
  • Gravitational lensing lets researchers size up a white dwarf

    19 April 2014, 2:30 pm by: Matthew Francis

    Similar systems are forerunners to supernovae.
  • How has an increase in system complexity affected new programmers?

    19 April 2014, 1:45 pm by: Stack Exchange

    To our intellectual predecessors: please advise.
  • Ask Ars: The best way to use a lithium-ion battery, redux

    19 April 2014, 1:00 pm by: Casey Johnston

    You asked us again: How do you prolong an Li-ion battery's life?
  • Report: Amidst layoffs, Nike to kill production of FuelBand

    19 April 2014, 12:11 pm by: Cyrus Farivar

    Nike spokesperson: "We continually align resources with business priorities."
  • Longaccess is your Swiss bank for personal data

    19 April 2014, 11:30 am by: WIRED UK

    And once you upload it, you can't delete it.
  • Record industry rolls on with lawsuits: first Kim Dotcom, now Pandora

    19 April 2014, 11:22 am by: Cyrus Farivar

    Firms want royalties for pre-1972 music not covered under federal copyright.
  • Gallery: The cost of coal

    19 April 2014, 10:45 am by: John Timmer

    A few images documenting the world's reliance on a very dirty energy source.
  • Taking e-mail back, part 4: The finale, with webmail & everything after

    19 April 2014, 9:00 am by: Lee Hutchinson

    Setting up and securing Roundcube and going forward into a self-hosted future.
  • PSA: Dozens of games available for 99 cents each on PSN this weekend

    18 April 2014, 4:50 pm by: Sam Machkovech

    Critical darlings Braid, Retro/Grade, Tokyo Jungle, and more border on free.
  • Preview: Confronting Nazi horror in Wolfenstein: The New Order

    18 April 2014, 3:45 pm by: Ars Staff

    A blend of the satisfying old and the terrifying new.
  • LADEE meets Moon: High-speed impact ends probe’s mission

    18 April 2014, 2:48 pm by: John Timmer

    To preserve lunar sites, NASA cleans up its potential orbital messes.
  • FCC chairman regrets that AT&T and Verizon control the best spectrum

    18 April 2014, 2:36 pm by: Jon Brodkin

    Incentive auction will help smaller carriers, free up unlicensed airwaves.
  • “Hockey stick” climate scientist’s e-mail protected from disclosure

    18 April 2014, 2:20 pm by: David Kravets

    Global warming skeptics lose bid for scientist's e-mail.
  • Snowden op-ed explains reasons for calling out Putin on live TV

    18 April 2014, 1:01 pm by: Joe Silver

    The whistleblower again speaks up to spark debate on state surveillance.
  • Heartbleed maliciously exploited to hack network with multifactor authentication

    18 April 2014, 12:50 pm by: Dan Goodin

    In-the-wild VPN attack using Heartbleed underscores real-world threat of bug.
  • SpaceX tries again on Space Station resupply, booster landing

    18 April 2014, 12:32 pm by: John Timmer

    Weather permitting, SpaceX hopes for a controlled booster landing in the ocean.
  • AMD loses just $20 million in first quarter 2014

    18 April 2014, 12:19 pm by: Peter Bright

    A big improvement on the $145 million loss a year ago.
  • Voodoo dolls show how hunger and lack of self-control go hand in hand

    18 April 2014, 11:41 am by: Ars Staff

    Study allowed spouses to do truly evil things to one another.
  • High in the sky: Drones spot pot farms so criminals can rob them

    18 April 2014, 10:53 am by: Sean Gallagher

    Heat from grow lights gives away growers to surveillance by would-be Omars.
  • Microsoft hits 5 million milestone for Xbox One as Sony’s lead grows

    18 April 2014, 10:24 am by: Kyle Orland

    System lags behind PS4, but doing well compared to previous generations.
  • Hands-on with Ubuntu Touch 14.04: Coming along, but miles to go

    18 April 2014, 9:21 am by: Andrew Cunningham

    We install it so you don't have to. Seriously, you probably shouldn't.
  • Digital Public Library of America to add millions of records to its archive

    18 April 2014, 6:00 am by: Megan Geuss

    At one year old, DPLA makes some big partnerships and looks back on its growth.
  • Tor network’s ranks of relay servers cut because of Heartbleed bug

    17 April 2014, 10:40 pm by: Sean Gallagher

    To preserve security of network, Tor Project rejects hundreds of unpatched relays.
  • Google wins a game of “Escape from East Texas,” linking Rockstar to Apple

    17 April 2014, 10:03 pm by: Joe Mullin

    Judge: Patent troll "advances Apple's interest," must fight Google in California.
  • Twitter parody account holder sought in police raid

    17 April 2014, 7:15 pm by: David Kravets

    Authorities say Twitter impersonation carries maximum year jail term, $2,500 fine.
  • No Romulans, just angry volunteers: One man’s journey to restore Star Trek’s bridge

    17 April 2014, 7:00 pm by: Cyrus Farivar

    One diehard fan's plan to save the captain's chair has now morphed into a museum.
  • 75-year-old human cloned for the production of stem cells

    17 April 2014, 5:53 pm by: John Timmer

    Technique may help with therapies, but is also used to clone animals.
  • New search engine points way to buy drugs, guns

    17 April 2014, 5:26 pm by: Joe Silver

    "Grams" search engine is the latest Silk Road replacement.
  • Mission-critical satellite communications wide open to malicious hacking

    17 April 2014, 4:13 pm by: Dan Goodin

    Weaknesses from a host of makers pose risks to military, aviation, shipping.

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