Chipzilla in overlapping naming weirdness mess
Intel's leaked a little detail about its next-generation desktop chips.…
Fat dividends that investors love to be diluted, fibre backbone upgrade imminent
Expect more layoffs at Telstra, happening faster: in response to the changes wrought by the National Broadband Network on its business, Australia's colossal carrier has decided to bring forward its cost-cutting programs by a year.…
Commentary: The actress faces criticism for encouraging her Facebook followers to join in the identification of the Charlottesville marchers. She responds with a famous quote.
Payments giants disable support for sites that promote hate or sell items glorifying white supremacists.
A new international Marvel trailer shows the two superheroes talking about what destiny has in store for Thor. Hint: the Goddess of Death.
All week, the infamous hate site Daily Stormer has been battling to stay online in the face of a concerted social media campaign to shut it down. The site lost its "dailystormer.com" domain on Monday after first GoDaddy and then Google Domains blacklisted it from their domain registration services
The site re-appeared online on Wednesday morning at a new domain name, dailystormer.ru. But within hours, the site had gone offline again after it was dropped by Cloudflare, an intermediary that defends customers against denial-of-service attacks.
Internet security provider pulls its protection following claims it secretly supported the neo-Nazi site's ideology.
Translation: Please don't take away our govt contracts
In November 2016 IBM CEO Ginni Rometty wrote to then-president-elect Donald Trump with a list of ways IBM hoped to help the real-estate tycoon Make America Great Again.…
Some tech companies that provide hosting, domain, and CDN services to many of the most prominent hate groups are now re-evaluating those decisions in the wake of recent far-right violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. However, other firms are holding their course, in the name of free speech principles.
Squarespace, a hosting company, told Ars on Wednesday that it would soon be booting some of its current customers. The company currently hosts numerous extremist sites, including freedomfront.org, identityevropa.com, npiamerica.org, among others.
"In light of recent events, we have made the decision to remove a group of sites from our platform," Terry Wei, a Squarespace spokesman, e-mailed Ars. "We have given the site owners 48 hours’ notice. We cannot provide further information at this time but we’ll be in touch as soon as we have an update."
Bonnie Tyler will be belting out her 1983 hit on a cruise ship on eclipse day, but here are some other sonic suggestions for the big event.
Commentary: Organizers say "alt-left terrorist groups" have threatened their "peaceful" march planned for Saturday.
A flurry of CEOs exit two important advisory councils after remarks by President Donald Trump regarding the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
MoviePass CEO Mitch Lowe explains how his movie ticket tech really works -- without relying on partnerships with big theaters.
Hey, hey, It's cool, Matt, 'they're Nazis' is reason enough
Cloudflare has explained why it made a rare exception to its strident free-speech policy in its decision to cut ties with white supremacist cesspit Daily Stormer.…
Cloudflare pulls the plug on a white supremacist site, after years of declaring neutrality.
You don't need a case for your Echo Dot smart speaker, but if you want one, you've sure got some interesting options.
Forget the hackers. Sometimes a leaked show comes from your own bannermen. But the question remains: to seek out spoilers, or wait for Sunday?
When the sun goes dark for people in the path of totality, the stars will come out. It may also offer the rare opportunity to see a sungrazing comet with the naked eye.
Following violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, the social network's CEO also condemns neo-Nazis and white supremacists.
Get ready for the Aug. 21 solar eclipse with a gorgeous time-lapse video showing the 2012 eclipse in Australia.