Ars Frontiers, the primary Ars Technica convention, involves DC

Enlarge (credit score: Aurich Lawson) Ars Technica is happy to announce its inaugural single-day Frontiers convention, to be held this Could 12 in Washington, DC. The convention will discover the… Read more

Lacking mass? Not on our watch—Dr. Paul Sutter explains darkish matter

Produced and directed by Corey Eisenstein. Click on right here for transcript. (video hyperlink) Greetings, Arsians! We now have one thing particular for you immediately: the premiere of a brand… Read more

Conflict Tales: How Crash Bandicoot hacked the unique PlayStation

Shot by Sean Dacanay, edited by Jeremy Smolik. Click on right here for transcript. Once you hear the title Crash Bandicoot, you most likely consider it as Sony’s platformy, mascoty… Read more

Our AI headline experiment continues: Did we break the machine?

Enlarge (credit score: Aurich Lawson | Getty Pictures) We’re in section three of our machine-learning undertaking now—that’s, we have gotten previous denial and anger, and we’re now sliding into bargaining… Read more

Apple’s M1 MacBook Air has that Apple Silicon magic

Enlarge / Hey, my macro lens nonetheless works! (credit score: Lee Hutchinson) The brand new M1-powered MacBook Air is hilariously quick, and the battery lasts a long-ass time. For those… Read more

The Web is stuffed with enterprise cats: Coping with the breakdown of the work/house divide

Enlarge / Artist’s impression of how little your cat cares about your video name. (credit score: Aurich Lawson / Getty Pictures) The Friday “beer-thirty” Zoom conferences started for me not… Read more

Garden chairs and kitchen tables: Ergonomics within the involuntary work-from-home period

Enlarge / That is your skeleton. That is your skeleton working from dwelling. Any questions? (credit score: Aurich Lawson / Getty Photographs) With places of work shuttered all over the… Read more