Enlarge / There’s plenty of “more” in the box. (credit: Fantasy Flight Games) Welcome to Ars Cardboard, our weekend look at tabletop games! Check out our complete board gaming coverage at cardboard.arstechnica.com—and let us know what you think. 2016’s Star Wars: Rebellion was—ahem—a force to be reckoned with. Presenting the original film trilogy within the […]
Nostalgia: Because romanticizing the past never goes out of style.
Two of Silicon Valley’s most influential visionaries, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Tesla CEO Elon Musk, this week engaged in a public spat over the future of artificial intelligence and whether the government should take the wheel to counter the threat this emerging technology might pose to mankind. Musk, a longtime advocate of AI, has […]
Enlarge (credit: Keith Ivey) A federal judge on Monday refused to block President Donald Trump’s advisory panel from demanding that the states hand over their registered voters’ full names, political affiliations, addresses, dates of birth, criminal records, the last four digits of their Social Security numbers, and other personal identifying information, including whether they voted in […]
Greetings, Arsians! The Dealmaster is here again to bring you the latest deals courtesy of our partners at TechBargains. This is a very special edition of the Dealmaster, because it’s time for the third-annual Amazon Prime Day! 30 hours of non-stop deals at everyone’s favorite online retailer, provided you’re subscribed to Amazon Prime. The deals started at 9pm ET yesterday, and […]
Here’s why you shouldn’t watch the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the order the films were released.
Long-time Slashdot reader quotes Ars Technica: The Justice Department on Friday petitioned the US Supreme Court to step into an international legal thicket, one that asks whether US search warrants extend to data stored on foreign servers. The US government says it has the legal right, with a valid court warrant, to reach into the […]
Enlarge / Microsoft in Dublin, Ireland. (credit: Red Agenda) The Justice Department on Friday petitioned the US Supreme Court to step into an international legal thicket, one that asks whether US search warrants extend to data stored on foreign servers. The US government says it has the legal right, with a valid court warrant, to reach […]
The executive director of Repair.org says Apple has “decided to be nicer to consumers in order to stop them from demanding their right to repair,” according to Motherboard. Slashdot reader Jason Koebler shared this article: It’s increasingly looking like Apple can no longer ignore the repair insurgency that’s been brewing: The right to repair movement […]