Ars Technica Software used in judicial decisions meets its equal in random amateurs 2018-01-23T15:03:34.000000000+00:00 Software used to predict if people being sentenced will commit another crime. Huge pay package convinces Elon Musk to stay at Tesla for 10 more years 2018-01-23T14:51:42.000000000+00:00 Musk gets another 12 percent of Tesla stock if its value rises to $650 billion. Apple’s Siri-equipped HomePod comes to your home on February 9 2018-01-23T14:30:39.000000000+00:00 Preorders for the $349 device begin Friday, January 26 for US, UK, and Australia. The first Chinese astronaut thought he was going to die 2018-01-23T14:24:40.000000000+00:00 "Hold on! Just hold on for a bit longer." Raw sprouts at Jimmy John’s linked to another outbreak—at least the 7th 2018-01-23T12:00:47.000000000+00:00 And the sandwich chain’s customers are already clamoring for their return. Here’s why the epidemic of malicious ads grew so much worse last year 2018-01-23T11:00:22.000000000+00:00 Forced redirects from Zirconium group push phony malware and fake Flash updates. Net neutrality is bad? 1 million PornHub employees can’t be wrong. Oh, wait 2018-01-23T00:35:10.000000000+00:00 Millions of comments sent to FCC through bulk system used fake email addresses. Video demonstrates the marvel of CRT displays at 380,000 frames per second 2018-01-23T00:05:35.000000000+00:00 The video makes common display tech concepts easy to grasp. Trump puts 30% tariff on imported solar cells and modules 2018-01-22T23:25:05.000000000+00:00 Interestingly, Tesla stands to gain from this decision. Making tools gives crows a big food boost 2018-01-22T23:00:26.000000000+00:00 A small time investment can lead to big gains.