Ars Technica The Mac gaming console time has forgot 2018-03-24T13:00:11.000000000+00:00 From the new book, The Secret History of Mac Gaming, remember Project Pippin? Leaked data suggests Uber self-driving car program years behind Waymo 2018-03-24T12:30:10.000000000+00:00 Uber self-driving cars need human help way more often than Waymo or Cruise cars. Spirit Island review: Finally, an anti-colonialist board game 2018-03-24T12:00:49.000000000+00:00 Like Pandemic, but people are the disease. Nine Iranians indicted by US for hacking to steal research data 2018-03-23T22:20:15.000000000+00:00 "Password spraying" attack gave Mabna group access to 32TB of diverse research data. Cambridge Analytica’s London offices raided by British investigators 2018-03-23T22:05:17.000000000+00:00 CEO: "Data had been obtained in line with Facebook’s terms of service." Tumblr finally names the 84 accounts it says were Russian trolls 2018-03-23T21:36:56.000000000+00:00 Tumblr says it "helped indict 13 people who worked for" Internet Research Agency. A critical analysis of the latest cellphone safety scare 2018-03-23T19:50:22.000000000+00:00 In which we describe how we decided not to cover the newest cellphone-cancer study. In court, oil companies accept climate science but rewrite its history 2018-03-23T19:32:20.000000000+00:00 Federal judge’s “tutorial” hearing sets stage for case on companies’ liability. Tesla and SpaceX just scrubbed their Facebook pages 2018-03-23T18:56:28.000000000+00:00 In a Twitter exchange, Musk says Tesla's Facebook page "looked lame anyway." Chrome 66 will try to block unwanted noisy autoplaying video 2018-03-23T18:40:28.000000000+00:00 Browser will use heuristics to allow sites like YouTube, Netflix to continue to autoplay.