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Ajit Pai killed rules that could have helped Florida recover from hurricane

Ajit Pai killed rules that could have helped Florida recover from hurricane

Pai blames carriers, but he killed rules that were spurred by Hurricane Sandy.
Twitter publishes dump of accounts tied to Russian, Iranian influence campaigns

Twitter publishes dump of accounts tied to Russian, Iranian influence campaigns

Archive for researchers provides picture of Internet Research Agency's influence ops.
Why figuring out what’s behind a big gender paradox won’t be easy

Why figuring out what’s behind a big gender paradox won’t be easy

But historical relationships between countries haven't been taken into account.
Orkney Islands routes are front-runners for first commercial electric flights

Orkney Islands routes are front-runners for first commercial electric flights

The eight-seat passenger aircraft could be retrofitted to go all-electric.
New study argues against some of the oldest evidence for life

New study argues against some of the oldest evidence for life

Are these 3.7 billion-year-old fossils or just messed-up bedrock?
Dealmaster: Hot deals on an Asus ROG gaming laptop and more

Dealmaster: Hot deals on an Asus ROG gaming laptop and more

Plus deals for Tiles, the new Intel i9-9900K CPU, and Audible.
Samsung launches Snapdragon 850-powered Windows 2-in-1

Samsung launches Snapdragon 850-powered Windows 2-in-1

Snapdragon 850 is Qualcomm's first chip explicitly for PC form factors.
“There’s more in the making”—Apple announces October 30 event

“There’s more in the making”—Apple announces October 30 event

Reports suggest iPad Pros will headline, and new Macs are possible, too.
The Petit Le Mans: More proof we’re in a golden age for sportscar racing

The Petit Le Mans: More proof we’re in a golden age for sportscar racing

This year's IMSA championships were sealed over a nail-biting 10-hour finale.
What watching Forrest Gump tells us about how we store memories

What watching Forrest Gump tells us about how we store memories

People's brains respond most strongly to transitions between events.

Video: What to expect from the Oculus Quest

Sam Machkovech details six important points about the $400 standalone VR headset.
Ars on your lunch break: Let’s talk about religion, politics, guns, and privacy

Ars on your lunch break: Let’s talk about religion, politics, guns, and privacy

Part three of a discussion with Sam Harris on what makes for a healthy society.
Rockstar developers speak out about “100-hour weeks” comment

Rockstar developers speak out about “100-hour weeks” comment

Staffers suggest problem of excessive "crunch time" has improved over the years.
Essential circles the drain, lays off 30 percent of staff

Essential circles the drain, lays off 30 percent of staff

Essential loses staff, keeps pivoting from one internal product to another.
Da Vinci’s possible vision disorder may have influenced his art

Da Vinci’s possible vision disorder may have influenced his art

An outward turn of the eye would have helped with 3D to 2D perspective.
Gorillas that are great with kids are also luckier in love

Gorillas that are great with kids are also luckier in love

Male parenting in gorillas can give clues about the evolution of fatherhood.
Party in the front, pain in the back: The BMW X4 reviewed

Party in the front, pain in the back: The BMW X4 reviewed

The X4 is an odd bird: Fun to drive but with serious compromises.
Report: Former top Waymo engineer altered code to go on “forbidden routes”

Report: Former top Waymo engineer altered code to go on “forbidden routes”

The New Yorker releases blockbuster story about Waymo's origins.