McLaren's supercar rules with outrageous power and handling prowess, yet somehow mixes it with a surprising amount of refinement.
Perhaps TSB's total s*itshow wasn't in vain
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is enforcing new rules that obligate banks to publicly reveal the number and frequency of online outages – including whether these were caused by malicious actors.…
From data to delivery, and all points between
Events We’ve got four workshops running on October 17, covering different technologies and approaches to getting machine learning to work for your organisation. And places for all of them are filling fast.…
Roll your sleeves up, standards peeps
Comment European Commissioner Margrethe Vestager has lost patience with phone makers insisting on using different connector designs for charging, and promised an impact study on the consumer pain that Lightning and USB causes.…
Some of this week's challenges are a little different, but you'll get them quickly if you know where to go.
Watch out human actors. Robots could be competing for your roles.
Hey...kids...yes order 10 of those and give me your parent's credit card details
Children are more likely than adults to buckle under peer pressure from robots, according to a study published in Science on Wednesday.…
The e-tailer is vying to buy Landmark Theatres, a chain owned by Mark Cuban, Bloomberg reports.
The country's moon lander and rover was scheduled to leave this year, but has been delayed till January next year.
It's been nearly 20 years since Intel produced a real graphics card.
The technology could be good for something besides wireless headsets and keyboards.
In March 2017, Ars wrote about a new material that could soak up oil like a sponge. The so-called Oleo Sponge could be wrung out, the oil could be collected, and the sponge could be used again. The material had just been developed at Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) outside of Chicago, so it was still being tested in controlled environments.
Now, Argonne has announced a successful real-world test of the Oleo Sponge at an oil seep in a channel near Goleta, California.
The test, conducted in April, involved immersing the Oleo Sponge in the Coal Oil Point Seep Field in the Santa Barbara Channel. The oil seep field is natural and is one of the largest in the known world (PDF). Not only does it release lots of methane every day, but it also releases oil into the channel water. A press release from ANL notes, "the seeps have been active for at least 500,000 years and release roughly 40 tons of methane, 19 tons of other organic gases, and more than 100 barrels of liquid petroleum daily."
Web Security says there's nothing nefarious to its URL collection
A security plug-in for the Firefox browser is under fire after users discovered it was collecting and uploading their online activity.…
Fewer bots, more humans.
10 users controlling the bulk of cryptocoin generator funds
Mining internet currency on websites with Coinhive scripts is a lucrative endeavor, but only for a handful of people.…
Twitter follows the lead of other social media platforms.
Starting Thursday, several useful features are expected to be removed or degraded.
Could this be the 21st-century clock radio you were looking for?
But odd results and email impersonation raise eyebrows
A pair of physicists have claimed to reach the holy grail in physics: room temperature superconductivity.…
The author says he's "working on" Winds of Winter, and the print books won't always align with the HBO series.