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Ars Technica
If receiving receipts like this, you're either *really* hungry... or you've been #doxed. arstechnica.com/security/2015/… pic.twitter.com/ClNvBOX31K
MT @davidrugge Fascinating progress from 1970—US recycling: An off-again/on-again love affair ars.to/1zWB65U pic.twitter.com/y6aaS2H48t
MT @corveroth Dear laptop makers: Google makes sexy machines. Plz imitate—with Windows on it. arstechnica.com/gadgets/2015/0… pic.twitter.com/AHuhxz0k0G
At @SLAClab, scientists show you can even teach an old particle accelerator new tricks arstechnica.com/science/2015/0… pic.twitter.com/kEbZbDKG50
#AppleWatch: From $349 to $17k, pre-order starts April 10, watch launches April 24 arstechnica.com/apple/2015/03/… pic.twitter.com/P3vb7W6uF0
#Apple's Phil Schiller had to avoid giant, key-crushing fingers at the Apple Watch event! (Not really, but new MacBooks and medical research came up. Details in the liveblog) live.arstechnica.com/apples-march-9-spring-forward-event/
#AppleWatch: April 10 pre-order, arrives April 24, starts $349 (yes, one version costs $10k): arstechnica.com/apple/2015/03/… pic.twitter.com/3PqYVn6gvU
Ditching old stuff for USB-C, new MacBook starts at $1299/$1599 next month. Liveblog details: arstechnica.com/apple/2015/03/… pic.twitter.com/fjcIHjezr1
Liveblog: they're talking Apple TV + HBO with "an exclusive partnership starting in April" live.arstechnica.com/apples-march-9… pic.twitter.com/68WliGQfnN
Expect to hear about this thing today. We're at #Apple's event, so follow long in our liveblog (10a PT) arstechnica.com/apple/2015/03/liveblog-apples-spring-forward-event-starts-march-9-at-10am-pt/
"A brain produces more than 2,000 70-micron-thick slices; a painstaking process taking days" arstechnica.com/science/2015/0… pic.twitter.com/51KSZVWXS8
Discretely located in San Diego, we toured the brain bank of the future @BrainObserve arstechnica.com/science/2015/0… pic.twitter.com/GIR2J9LgOr
Forget press releases, @steam_games brought hardware—VR, controllers, machines—to #GDC2015 arstechnica.com/gaming/2015/03… pic.twitter.com/8bOFM5yxMO
Any @arstechnica readers near Santa Ana College? Send details/sightings of this car. Email me. (HT: @lynch_jen) pic.twitter.com/NCEj1Bd6Ve
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You see a tiny ball—he sees a futuristic gun. @Sony's new #ProjectMorpheus is "VR done right." arstechnica.com/gaming/2015/03… pic.twitter.com/SHLIY4LIGO
While @Sony left us guessing on price, #ProjectMorpheus arrives in early 2016 with new specs arstechnica.com/gaming/2015/03… pic.twitter.com/pNl0oY19lL
More info soon (+ a hands-on) but #projectmorpheus is due first half of 2016. Specs below: live.arstechnica.com/sony-project-m… pic.twitter.com/SCUEErF8Bw