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Networking nuggets from the week that was
Networks roundup What if all you had to do to block SYN-based denial-of-service attacks was drop the first incoming SYN packet?…
The bizarre object from outside the solar system that buzzed us last year is now long gone. But there may be others that have stuck around.
A reboot of the funkadelic video game from the '90s comes out on March 1.
Jeep clearly anticipates a whole bunch of demand for its soon-to-be-revised SUV.
We'd recommend the iPhone XR first, but here's what the XS brings to the table.
1,000mph dreams dashed as administrators throw in the towel
Bloodhound, a British project to strap a rocket to a car and fling it at the horizon, is officially dead, as administrators finally pulled the plug on the venture.…
The comedian apologizes for comments that offended the LGBTQ community, deciding not to host after all.
Because Audi was only offering e-tron drives in Abu Dhabi, we elected to accept paid flights and two nights in a hotel in order to attend this event, rather than having to wait at least six months to drive the vehicle.
In the wake of its emissions scandal, Volkswagen Group has been on a mission to reinvent itself. After staking its reputation on diesel, the German automaker has conducted a volte face; electricity is now the future. It's spending billions on developing new battery electric vehicle platforms, billions building a US network of high-speed chargers, and has committed billions more to lock up battery supplies. And now, finally, the first of these efforts has begun to bear fruit.
Behold, the first—but definitely not the last—battery electric vehicle from VW Group. One that has been designed from the ground up to be powered by electrons: the Audi e-tron. We got our first good look at a flashy launch event in San Francisco this past September, and now we've finally had a chance to drive it. After 24 hours on plane after plane, we put the e-tron through its paces on and off the roads. Along the way, we confirmed some of our preconceptions about this new BEV and busted others.
The highly anticipated trailer gives us a glimpse of the post-Snap world, but there's still a lot we don't know.
The Wednesday rollout of Waymo One, Waymo's commercial self-driving taxi service, falls far short of expectations the company itself set earlier in the year.
In late September, a Waymo spokeswoman told Ars by email that the Phoenix service would be fully driverless and open to members of the public—claims I reported in this article.
We now know that Waymo One won't be fully driverless; there will be a driver in the driver's seat. And Waymo One is open to the public in only the narrowest, most technical sense: initially it will only be available to early riders—the same people who have been participating in Waymo's test program for months.
The government's ban may come next week, sources tell Reuters.
Avengers 4: Endgame's first trailer gives us a better look at the post-snap MCU.
Walk in, grab your munchies and go get in your boarding line.
With Europe as our oyster, CNET hits the open road in search of Instagrammable perfection.
It's one of the few cars available with a phone-grade windshield.
So much for the Apophis Squad's Twitter boasts
A teenage bomb hoaxer from Watford who taunted the UK's National Crime Agency on Twitter while pretending to be a hacker crew called Apophis Squad has been jailed for three years.…
It goes on sale early next year, so don't start camping out at the dealer just yet.
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Oscillating microwaves reduce coercivity, permit small area bit writing
Toshiba, like Western Digital, is going to use Microwave-Assisted Magnetic Recording (MAMR) to escape the inability of current PMR tech to go beyond 15-16TB disk drive capacity.…