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It wasn’t the money: Wozniak on robots, design, and Apple’s origins

More than 40 years after founding Apple Computer, Steve Wozniak has a lot to say about the early days of the world’s richest company—and...

Hard-to-find Nintendo Switch sees 47% resale markup

Enlarge / The Switch's JoyCon controllers in their Grip cradle. (credit: Mark Walton) Last week, we warned readers not to get too excited...

Report: Nintendo has sold more than 1.5 million Switches in the...

Enlarge / The Switch's JoyCon controllers in their Grip cradle. (credit: Mark Walton) Early numbers are still rolling in for Nintendo's Switch, and...

Switch ‘n swole: We take Nintendo’s new console to the gym...

Enlarge / Forget Wii Fit.At Ars Technica, we're Switch Swole. We've tested the Nintendo Switch on planes. We've Switched at bars. We've...

A Wii U owner’s send-off to a deeply flawed but essential...

Enlarge / The Wii U's great games will live on long after its death. (credit: Farley Santos on Flickr) I haven't taken a...

Breath of the Wild may be the best Zelda game ever

*Cue heavenly choir* At this point, the Legend of Zelda series operates on a rhythm so predictable you can practically set your...

F-Secure Anti-Virus (2017)

Some antivirus vendors pack so many extras into their basic antivirus software that it almost seems like a suite. Firewall, spam filter, VPN—you name...

The “notification” ransomware lands in Brazil

It’s unusual for a day to go by without finding some new variant of a known ransomware, or, what is even more interesting, a...

Angler’s obituary: Super exploit kit was the work of Russia’s Lurk...

Kasperksky's chief malware sleuth solves the mystery of the doomed exploit juggernaut Ruslan Stoyanov was right: what could be history's most advanced financially-driven malware was...

Black Hat: Do Randomly Placed USB Keys Get Picked Up?

Will people pick up randomly placed USB keys and stick them in their PCs? A Google researcher who tested this out found surprising results. LAS...