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What we can learn about crowd behavior by watching the Tour de France (arstechnica.com)
2 points by BerislavLopac 3 hours ago | past | web | discuss
The Ars Holiday Gift Guide 2018–good tech for the home and home office (arstechnica.com)
1 point by feross 7 hours ago | past | web | 1 comment
Tim Cook defends using Google as primary search engine on Apple devices (arstechnica.com)
4 points by Tomte 9 hours ago | past | web | 1 comment
Huge, previously unknown impact crater found beneath Greenland’s ice (arstechnica.com)
1 point by jpalomaki 9 hours ago | past | web | discuss
Enigmatic ridges on Pluto may be the remains of vanished nitrogen glaciers (arstechnica.com)
1 point by rbanffy 12 hours ago | past | web | discuss
NASA’s daring asteroid mission unfurls its sampling arm for the first time (arstechnica.com)
2 points by rbanffy 13 hours ago | past | web | discuss
Review: Intel’s 9th Gen Core i9 9900K processor hits 5GHz–just at a price (arstechnica.com)
2 points by rbanffy 13 hours ago | past | web | discuss
The Boring Company’s first tunnel is all dug up (arstechnica.com)
21 points by zyberzero 1 day ago | past | web | 7 comments
Cloud Storage with ZFS Send/recv Support (arstechnica.com)
3 points by rsync 1 day ago | past | web | discuss
Some clues about why male Guinea baboons fondle each other’s genitals (arstechnica.com)
1 point by okket 1 day ago | past | web | discuss
Abstract board games are all the rage–and Reef is the year’s best (arstechnica.com)
4 points by Tomte 2 days ago | past | web | discuss
Review: Intel’s 9th Gen Core i9 9900K processor hits 5GHz–just at a price (arstechnica.com)
3 points by feross 2 days ago | past | web | discuss
Memristors built with 2-nanometer-thick parts (arstechnica.com)
81 points by ToFab123 2 days ago | past | web | 20 comments
Drug causing gonorrhea bacteria to shred own genome is “metal as fuck” (arstechnica.com)
2 points by YeGoblynQueenne 2 days ago | past | web | discuss
RIP William Goldman, Creator of Beloved Film, the Princess Bride (arstechnica.com)
2 points by tolien 3 days ago | past | web | discuss
The mid-range Google Pixel appears in pictures–complete with headphone jack (arstechnica.com)
5 points by Tomte 3 days ago | past | web | discuss
Whales are stressed out by climate change, and it shows in their earwax (arstechnica.com)
4 points by privong 3 days ago | past | web | discuss
The mid-range Google Pixel appears in pictures–complete with headphone jack (arstechnica.com)
4 points by chablent 3 days ago | past | web | discuss
HP Elitebook x360 1030 review: Small tweaks made to a stylish work 2-in-1 (arstechnica.com)
1 point by chablent 3 days ago | past | web | discuss
Facebook drops PR firm after revelation of anti-Soros campaign (arstechnica.com)
15 points by rbanffy 3 days ago | past | web | 4 comments
Sony is skipping E3 2019 (arstechnica.com)
2 points by rbanffy 3 days ago | past | web | discuss
Quietly, Japan has established itself as a power in the aerospace industry (arstechnica.com)
178 points by rbanffy 3 days ago | past | web | 127 comments
FCC tells SpaceX it can deploy up to 11,943 broadband satellites (arstechnica.com)
1 point by tomcam 3 days ago | past | web | discuss
The next version of HTTP won’t be using TCP (arstechnica.com)
3 points by jonbaer 4 days ago | past | web | 1 comment
Quietly, Japan has established itself as a power in the aerospace industry (arstechnica.com)
3 points by feross 4 days ago | past | web | discuss
Watch live: SpaceX seeks to tie its record for most launches in a year (arstechnica.com)
9 points by hsnewman 4 days ago | past | web | discuss
Why aren’t chip credit cards stopping “card present” fraud in the US? (arstechnica.com)
3 points by Tomte 4 days ago | past | web | 1 comment
Open mind, wide open throttle: We go to our first NASCAR race (arstechnica.com)
2 points by Tomte 4 days ago | past | web | discuss
Quietly, Japan has established itself as a power in the aerospace industry (arstechnica.com)
1 point by Symmetry 4 days ago | past | web | discuss
The next version of HTTP won’t be using TCP (arstechnica.com)
2 points by xTWOz 4 days ago | past | web | discuss
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