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  1. Permission denied for reentry of Varda's orbiting experiment capsule

    The FAA says Varda launched its vehicle into space without a reentry license.

    Stephen Clark - Sep 20, 2023 11:02 pm UTC

  2. OpenAI's new AI image generator pushes the limits in detail and prompt fidelity

    With better response to details and text, DALL-E 3 hopes to make prompt engineering obsolete.

    Benj Edwards - Sep 20, 2023 10:35 pm UTC

  3. Linux gives up on 6-year LTS kernels, says they're too much work

    Linux's six-year long-term support was meant to help embedded devices.

    Ron Amadeo - Sep 20, 2023 10:02 pm UTC

  4. Move over, Cordyceps, there's a new "zombie" parasite to haunt our dreams

    The lancet liver fluke controls infected ants with a temperature-based on/off switch.

    Jennifer Ouellette - Sep 20, 2023 8:33 pm UTC

  5. T-Mobile users saw other customers' personal data due to "system glitch"

    T-Mobile blames "temporary system glitch" during planned update.

    Jon Brodkin - Sep 20, 2023 8:28 pm UTC

  6. Grisham, Martin join authors suing OpenAI: "There is nothing fair about this" [Updated]

    Authors claim ChatGPT wouldn't exist without their books.

    Ashley Belanger - Sep 20, 2023 7:44 pm UTC

  7. French drillers may have stumbled upon a mammoth hydrogen deposit

    A drill site in Lorraine shows rising levels of hydrogen mixed in with methane.

    Dhananjay Khadilkar - Sep 20, 2023 6:30 pm UTC

  8. FCC plays whack-a-mole with telcos accused of profiting from robocalls

    One Owl Telecom on verge of having all of its calls blocked by US carriers.

    Jon Brodkin - Sep 20, 2023 6:25 pm UTC

  9. Intel's biggest laptop CPU update in years is a huge departure from past designs

    Due mid-December, Meteor Lake uses silicon manufactured by both Intel and TSMC.

    Andrew Cunningham - Sep 20, 2023 6:16 pm UTC

Paul Sutter walks us through the future of climate change—and things aren't great

Paul Sutter walks us through the future of climate change—and things aren't great

This episode of Edge of Knowledge focuses on our rapidly transforming world.

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  1. Musk's Neuralink seeks volunteers for brain implants—who's in?

    The trial aims to help people with quadriplegia control a computer cursor or keyboard.

    Beth Mole - Sep 20, 2023 5:35 pm UTC

  2. Dealmaster: Early Amazon Prime Big Deal Days sales continue, Garmin deals, and more

    Shop early for the best savings on Amazon's second Prime Day event of 2023.

    Chuong Nguyen - Sep 20, 2023 5:01 pm UTC

  3. SpaceX breaks another booster reuse record, but did anyone see it?

    SpaceX has continued its trend toward a minimalist broadcast approach.

    Eric Berger - Sep 20, 2023 4:19 pm UTC

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  1. Xbox exec says leaked "old emails and documents" have "outdated" info

    Spencer: Real plans have "evolved" from what's in docs Microsoft accidentally shared.

    Kyle Orland - Sep 20, 2023 3:39 pm UTC

  2. Hyundai hurries to finish factory in Georgia to meet US EV demand

    The Korean automaker now wants to start production in Georgia in 2024.

    Jonathan M. Gitlin - Sep 20, 2023 3:24 pm UTC

  3. Renewable energy is now cheap—what's next?

    Ars will be at the UN's Climate Week to help find out—watch live.

    John Timmer - Sep 20, 2023 3:06 pm UTC

  4. Fish's big mistake preserved an unusual fossil for us

    A lethal final meal preserved the only intact ammonite found in a fossil bed.

    Jeanne Timmons - Sep 20, 2023 2:57 pm UTC

  5. The Signal Protocol used by 1+ billion people is getting a post-quantum makeover

    Update prepares for the inevitable fall of today's cryptographic protocols.

    Dan Goodin - Sep 20, 2023 1:59 pm UTC

  6. New Huawei SoC features processor cores designed in-house

    Huawei Mate 60 Pro shows firm emulating Apple's strategy of doing its own chip design.

    Qianer Liu, Financial Times - Sep 20, 2023 1:47 pm UTC

  1. It's time for fall shots—and CDC is ready for anti-vaccine nonsense

    It's time for RSV, flu, and COVID shots, and the CDC has a 4-step strategy to urge vaccination.

    Beth Mole - Sep 19, 2023 11:04 pm UTC

  2. SBF's parents were given $16.4M house paid for entirely by FTX, lawsuit says

    FTX sues Bankman and Fried to claw back millions "siphoned" from crypto firm.

    Jon Brodkin - Sep 19, 2023 9:50 pm UTC

  3. Telling AI model to "take a deep breath" causes math scores to soar in study

    DeepMind used AI models to optimize their own prompts, with surprising results.

    Benj Edwards - Sep 19, 2023 9:38 pm UTC

  4. Archaeologists find 500-year-old board game carved in ruins of Polish castle

    Nine-man morris, or mill, is a two-person strategy game with ancient origins.

    Jennifer Ouellette - Sep 19, 2023 7:34 pm UTC

  5. Online child safety law blocked after Calif. argued face scans not that invasive

    Compliance is "actually likely to exacerbate" online harm to kids, judge says.

    Ashley Belanger - Sep 19, 2023 7:05 pm UTC

  6. Trepidation, hurt morale precede last-of-its-kind Amazon hardware event: report

    Workers reportedly question how much gadget gusto Amazon has left.

    Scharon Harding - Sep 19, 2023 6:20 pm UTC

  7. Google's AI protein folder IDs structure where none seemingly existed

    Two intrinsically disordered proteins form a specific structure ID'ed by AlphaFold.

    John Timmer - Sep 19, 2023 6:06 pm UTC

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