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  1. The omnibus bill was packed with energy and environment policy

    DOE gets a long list of clean energy R&D projects.

  2. Let’s Encrypt comes up with workaround for abandonware Android devices

    When you haven't been updated since 2016, expiring certificates are a problem.

  3. Leonardo da Vinci’s drawings have unique microbiomes, study finds

    Research could help slow down deterioration of aging artwork, unmask counterfeits.

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  1. Congress creates new copyright court that could make trolling easier

    Congress also made streaming pirated works a felony.

  2. Firefox continues cracking down on tracking with cache partitioning

    Mozilla follows Apple's and Google's leads on partitioning, then one-ups them.

  3. Google, Facebook reportedly agreed to work together to fight antitrust probes

    The law doesn't love it when competitors promise to cooperate in certain ways.

  4. The 911 Carrera S: Two pedals good, three pedals better

    Porsche designed the 992 around the PDK gearbox; why is the manual so darn good?

  5. The Apple Watch Series 6 is $60 off at Amazon today

    Dealmaster also has deals on tons of video games, wireless headphones, and more.

  6. SARS-CoV-2’s spread to wild mink not yet a reason to panic

    A monitoring program picked up a single case and no indications of wider spread.

  7. “America’s doctor,” Anthony Fauci, gets Moderna vaccine

    Fauci was vaccinated alongside NIH director and HHS secretary.

  8. Reminder: Donate to win swag in our annual Charity Drive sweepstakes

    Help us set a new giving record by adding to our $35,000+ charity haul so far.

  9. $50-per-month emergency broadband subsidies approved in pandemic stimulus

    Congress creates $3.2 billion fund for people with low incomes or who have lost jobs.

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  1. Russia’s space chief is hopping mad over most recent US restrictions

    "The first thing they did is spit into the Samara well."

  2. Yukon gold miner unearths a mummified Ice Age wolf pup

    Look upon the face of an Ice Age predator, and say "Aww."

  3. Apple is allegedly working on a passenger car, breakthrough battery tech

    Reuters cites several anonymous sources in this update to Project Titan

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  1. Pornhub squarely targeted in bipartisan bill to regulate sex work online

    The bill would cause more harms to sex workers than it would fix, critics argue.

  2. Zero-click iMessage zero-day used to hack the iPhones of 36 journalists

    Malicious messages installed spyware that recorded audio and pics and stole passwords.

  3. What we know about the new SARS strain that’s shutting down the UK

    Policy is to treat it like a potential threat, but the emphasis is on "potential."

  4. After riots, iPhone manufacturer says it “deeply regrets” exploiting workers

    Apple flags Wistron for "violations of our Supplier Code of Conduct."

  5. AT&T reportedly struggling to sell DirecTV at anything but a huge loss

    AT&T told bidders it may cancel auction if offers don't improve, NY Post reports.

  6. These tires work better in snow thanks to 3D printing

    Additive manufacturing helps create 3D "sipes" that open and close as you drive.

  1. Lost Sega arcade classics born anew in cute, $130 Astro City Mini [Updated]

    Fun, clicky buttons, Sega rarities, and solid emulation—albeit with some issues.

  2. Russia’s space chief cannot seem to get “gentle” SpaceX out of his mind

    "I wonder if gentle SpaceX is able to work in such conditions?"

  3. Review: Alice in Borderland takes us down a deliciously bonkers rabbit hole

    Alice in Wonderland and Ready Player One meet Lord of the Flies and Cube.

  4. Humanity is in danger of becoming obsolete technology in LX 2048

    Director Guy Moshe chats with Ars about his ambitious sci-fi film.

  5. How an obscure British PC maker invented ARM and changed the world

    1987's Acorn Archimedes was the first production RISC-based personal computer.

  6. Russia’s hacking frenzy is a reckoning

    US still has no good answer for "supply chain" attacks that let Russia run wild.

  7. Car crashes killed 36,096 people in the US in 2019

    Urban pedestrian and cyclist deaths have risen over the last decade.