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Tesla lawsuit target called “horrible human being” by CEO Elon Musk

Enlarge / Tesla's new Model 3 car on display is seen on Friday, January 26, 2018, at the Tesla store in Washington, DC. (credit: Getty Images) Martin Tripp, the recently fired Tesla employee the company sued under accusations of "hacking" company systems, told Ars on Thursday morning that he...

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Ars on your lunch break, part two: History, reality, and robots for the elderly

Enlarge / Robots are everywhere. (credit: NBC Universal) Today we present the second installment of my wide-ranging interview with the world-renowned roboticist and AI pioneer, Rodney Brooks. Part one ran yesterday—so if you missed it, click right here. Today’s installment starts wit...

Computing

Intel CEO resigns following relationship allegations

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich has resigned from the company over allegations he had a relationship with a fellow employee.The computing giant confirmed that Kraznich, who has been chief executive since May 2013, has left the company with immediate effect due to breaking Intel's non-fraternisation policy....

Computing

Best free Linux firewalls of 2018

A firewall is an important aspect of computer security these days, and most modern routers have one built in, which while helpful, can be difficult to configure. Fortunately there are also distributions (distros) of the free operating system Linux which have been specifically designed to function as...

Tech

What Is Amazon Prime Wardrobe? And How to Sign Up for It

In direct competition with online shopping platforms like Stitch Fix and Trunk Club, Amazon has made its Prime Wardrobe service available to all US Prime users. Amazon Prime Wardrobe allows users to order at least three items and try them before deciding whether to purchase. Unlike Stitch Fix and Tr...

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How to Fix “Kill Page” or “Wait” Errors in Chrome

Today’s browsers are pretty stable, so it’s surprising when they start having issues. If you’re frequently seeing Chrome popups saying that a page has become unresponsive and you can either Kill pages or Wait, we can help you troubleshoot them. Whether your browser displays these e...

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How to Always Show Scrollbars in Windows Store Apps

The Windows Store is almost unrecognizable from the barren wasteland that it was when it first went live. Microsoft clearly envisages a future in which all your mainstream apps are available via the Store, and they have been making a concerted effort to get everyone onboard with the idea as quickly...

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Bizplan Lets You Create an Eye-Catching Business Plan in Minutes

Perhaps the biggest hurdle for any first-time entrepreneur is finding funding for your venture. Bizplan Premium is a platform that makes it easy to create a business plan that will impress investors. The app provides loads of great templates and customization options, and lifetime subscriptions are...

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Amazon Prime Is Now Available in Australia

Amazon has launched Amazon Prime in Australia. And while the range of products and perks doesn’t compare to those offered by Amazon.com, Australians are at least being asked to pay a lot less money than their American counterparts. Amazon Prime is Amazon’s ace in the hole. It brings in r...

Internet

Firefox beats Edge with swift response to massive browser security hole

The existence of a nasty bug that affected the Firefox and Edge browsers has been revealed, and although the flaw has now been patched in both cases, Mozilla’s response to the issue was a far more efficient affair than Microsoft’s.Jake Archibald, a developer advocate for Google’s C...


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