The Arstechnica Technology report today

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

The Arstechnica Technology report today



  1. HP splits webOS off from the hardware division it wants to sell
  2. Comodo hacker: I hacked DigiNotar too; other CAs breached 
  3. 10 Google products tapped by icy finger of the Grim Reaper
  4. Taking a stand: my experience working at an elevating desk
  5. Making materials transparent by doing nothing
  6. Two phones, one device: Samsung to support VMware's Android virtualization push 
  7. Sprint cites specter of "Twin Bells," sues to stop AT&T/T-Mobile deal
  8. 343 Industries creative director forms indie studio, not "creatively excited" about Halo 
  9. Report: first 7" Amazon tablet to cost $249
  10. More evidence supports iPhone 5 on Sprint in early October
  11. Call of Duty: Elite to split Modern Warfare 3 gamers into haves and have-nots
  12. Dead Island offers flashes of fun in unfinished, buggy PC release
  13. Can't resist that marshmallow? Self-control doesn't get easier with age
  14. Feature: Ultrabook: Intel's $300 million plan to beat Apple at its own game 
  15. Why my fellow physicists think they know everything (and why they're wrong) 
  16. In gaming, everything is amazing, but no one is happy
  17. Political science: why rejecting expertise has become a campaign strategy (and why it scares me)
  18. Why keeping up with RSS is poisonous to productivity, sanity
  19. Week in Apple: original Apple TV hacks, Final Cut Studio's return, and more 
  20. Week in gaming: major league StarCraft 2, Bodycount is terrible, Minecraft on Steam
  21. Hacker "Kayla" taken down in latest LulzSec arrests?
  22. A new smartphone for $100: hands-on with the Samsung Conquer 4G
  23. Apple, others facing mobile patent threats from Openwave and Wi-LAN
  24. Editor who published controversial climate paper resigns, blasts media 
  25. Driver: San Francisco developer calls Ubisoft DRM "quite morally correct"