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|Archived Since:||December 19, 2008|
Plus, Nye talks to Ars about deniers' cognitive dissonance, Chinese silkworms, more.
Bold, exciting game design paired with awesome combat and talented, twisty storytelling.
Even today, some authors still use DOS word processing software from the 1990s.
Primal Rage 2, Dreamcast's Millennium Racer are now preserved for history.
Dotcom's showmanship throws a small democracy for a loop.
These aren't remasters—and for retro enthusiasts, that might be a good thing.
Ars Cardboard looks at Richard Garfield's "chaos classic."
Premier League wins court injunction requiring server-level blocking.
“Sour grapes is not an affirmative defense to breach of contract.”
Review: Quad-core CPUs, a GTX 1050 GPU, and 32GB RAM will please power users.
This week our guest is Nick Farmer, the linguist who's creating Belter creole for the show.
Review: Montages, utter lack of chemistry tank most of the film. But then...
From hand-trackers to haptics to VR boxing gloves, VR tech is going... somewhere.
A slow start belies a hopeful, pragmatic adventure at capitalism’s bottom rung.
Strong opening weekend is necessary, but not sufficient, for long-term success.
Google entered TV streaming with a feature-rich service at an aggressive price.
As April 11 nears, we find out if the pressure of Kickstarter has gotten to Playtonic.
Some long-needed format tweaks and a slimmed-down cast for the latest season.
Did I mention it comes with a 3D cardboard wheelbarrow?
This week, John Timmer and I discuss suspension of disbelief, tropes, and lots more.