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  1. The Greatest Leap, part 5: Saving the crew of Apollo 13

    Remembering the “successful failure” that changed how we see human space flight.

  2. Operation Avalanche, the only good conspiracy—fake the Moon landing, get promoted

    Review: CIA flunkies become accidental conspirators in deadpan mockumentary-turned-thriller.

  3. Running the numbers on an insane scheme to save Antarctic ice

    It would take a lot. Like a real lot.

  4. The new Terminator board game is actually worth your time

    Terminator Genisys: Rise of the Resistance isn't wildly innovative, but it is fun.

  5. Unlicensed “health coach” claims health advice is free speech—court disagrees

    The judge noted that the "health coach" was free to offer pro bono advice.

  6. Netflix lost US subscribers in Q2 over price hikes; how can it win them back?

    Increased costs and competition make for a precarious situation at Netflix.

  7. Blizzard’s bad-news year continues with another co-founder’s departure

    News comes amid period marked by layoffs, focus on existing IP, and a lack of new games.

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  1. Verizon wants you to pay $650 plus $85 a month for a 5G hotspot

    If Verizon charges this much now, just imagine if 5G was widely available.

  2. President Trump says NASA should “listen to the other side” of exploration

    We also heard praise for reusable rockets in the Oval Office Friday.

  3. New York passes its Green New Deal, announces massive offshore wind push

    A Green New Deal with an emphasis on the green part.

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  1. How private is your browser’s Private mode? Research into porn suggests “not very”

    Data brokers like Facebook, Google, and Oracle might know more than you think.

  2. Chrome 76 prevents NYT and other news sites from detecting Incognito Mode

    In Chrome 76, websites can no longer check FileSystem API to detect private mode.

  3. The Greatest Leap, part 4: Catching Apollo fever as a new NASA employee

    “In today’s day and age, they’d probably all be in jail or something.”

  4. Google tries to reassure gamers it’s behind Stadia for the long haul

    But buying individual games that only live in the cloud presents a new kind of risk.

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    Support quality tech journalism and get a better Ars experience.

  6. The Corvette goes mid-engined—supercar performance for $60,000

    The C8 Corvette has finally emerged from cover.

  1. Rocket Report: Falcon 9 beats Pegasus on price, Vega has its first failure

    The Falcon 9 rocket has 50 times the lift capacity of a Pegasus vehicle.

  2. Journey creator’s Sky debuts on iPhone and iPad

    Building positive social bonds is key in thatgamecompany's ambitious new title.

  3. Microsoft closes fiscal 2019 with revenue spikes driven by cloud services

    It's looking sunny up in the cloud, with revenue jumps for Azure, Office 365, and more.

  4. Shkreli stays in jail; Infamous ex-pharma CEO quickly loses appeal

    The three-judge panel disagreed with Shkreli's argument that jurors were misinformed.

  5. As Russian “FaceApp” gobbles up user photos, Schumer asks FBI to investigate

    FaceApp—which edits photos to make you look older—says no pics stored in Russia.

  6. Facebook is backpedaling from its ambitious vision for Libra

    Under pressure from regulators, Facebook is rethinking Libra's design.

  7. Top Gun: Maverick world premiere trailer: It’s not just F-18s this time

    Two-minute trailer is scant on details, so we pick apart Maverick's return.

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