Ars Technica 36-year-old Pennsylvania man gets 18 months for phishing nude celebrity pics 2016-10-28T02:45:16.000000Z Ryan Collins sent fake e-mails that appeared to be from Apple and Google. Will the VR revolution be ushered in by Microsoft, of all companies? 2016-10-28T00:45:49.000000Z The company that's said virtually nothing about VR so far appears to have a plan. Some hacked e-mails, documents from Putin advisor confirmed as genuine 2016-10-27T23:25:58.000000Z Ukrainian hacking group's haul shows Russian plans to destabilize Kiev...maybe. Hands-on with the new MacBook Pros, their keyboard, and the Touch Bar 2016-10-27T20:31:28.000000Z We get a feel for the input devices on the new Pros. The Porsche 718 Boxster S and Cayman S—racing technology meets the road 2016-10-27T20:00:35.000000Z The engine technology comes from a Le Mans winner, but the options list will break you. New Star Trek series loses showrunner, is delayed 2016-10-27T19:50:48.000000Z With Bryan Fuller leaving, the series has lost a muse. LG’s 5K monitor pushed as MacBook Pro’s ideal external display 2016-10-27T19:20:22.000000Z Instead of making its own, Apple is relying on LG for 5K. Apple quietly kills non-Retina MacBook Pro it sold for four years 2016-10-27T19:12:47.000000Z The 2012 MacBook Pro looks like a throwback compared to Apple's newer models. No new MacBook Airs as Apple instead makes lower-end, $1,500 MacBook Pro 2016-10-27T18:59:49.000000Z A new, slim design without Touch Bar or Touch ID. It’s official: Oracle will appeal its “fair use” loss against Google 2016-10-27T18:53:07.000000Z Case goes back to court that held APIs are copyrighted in the first place.