Ars Technica Uber, Lyft driver booted after newspaper reveals he was livestreaming passengers 2018-07-22T17:10:27.000000000+00:00 "An unseen online audience watches, evaluating women’s bodies…mocking conversations." US considers tariffs on uranium imports 2018-07-22T15:00:47.000000000+00:00 Only 5 percent of uranium used in US energy production comes from the US. Two years later, Darkest Dungeon is completely different for the better 2018-07-22T14:00:31.000000000+00:00 New DLC is just part of what makes surviving the perma-death strategy RPG worth it. Risky Thailand cave rescue relied on talent, luck—and on sticking to the rules 2018-07-22T13:45:37.000000000+00:00 Professional safety diver Chris Peterman explains the joys and terrors of cave diving. SpaceX has a successful second launch of its Block 5 rocket 2018-07-21T22:10:25.000000000+00:00 For those up late tonight, the webcast should begin 15-20 minutes before launch. Boeing suffers a setback with Starliner’s pad abort test [Updated] 2018-07-21T18:20:10.000000000+00:00 After the initial report, the company confirmed the issue. Google’s iron grip on Android: Controlling open source by any means necessary 2018-07-21T13:56:14.000000000+00:00 From the archives: Android is open—except for all the good parts. A quick look at the nominees for 2018’s “Board Game of the Year” 2018-07-21T13:00:21.000000000+00:00 The Spiel des Jahres jury announces prize on Monday. 2001 in 70mm: Pod bay doors look better than ever, still won’t open 2018-07-21T12:00:49.000000000+00:00 Stanley Kubrick's sci-fi opus looks better than it has in decades. First Invader Zim movie footage revealed, looks gloriously weird 2018-07-20T22:42:39.000000000+00:00 Over two minutes of Enter the Florpus includes familiar faces, no release date.