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1 Review: Anonabox or InvizBox, which Tor router better anonymizes online life?
2 The 2015 MacBook previews a future that's not quite here
3 Samsung Galaxy S6 review: It's what's on the outside that counts
4 Surface 3 review: Smaller, slower, cheaper...better?
5 Apollo 13 crew immortalized in custom Lego set
6 Republicans seek fast-track repeal of net neutrality
7 Mortal Kombat X charges players for "easy fatalities"
8 Lawmaker scraps bill making it illegal to film cops within 25 feet
9 Apple releases open source ResearchKit framework to developers
10 Did Apple and its ad designers steal from Brazilian artist Britto?
11 NJ legislator who sponsored anti-swatting bill gets swatted
12 Chrome starts pushing Java off the Web by disabling plugins
13 Nokia acquires Alcatel-Lucent for $16.6 billion to create networking giant
14 AT&T, but not Verizon and Comcast, sue FCC over net neutrality
15 Large-scale Game of Thrones leak has HBO targeting Periscope streams
16 Chris Hansen's "To Catch a Predator" to seek revival through crowdfunding
17 Protester lands single-passenger gyrocopter on US Capitol lawn
18 SpaceX releases film of Falcon's crash landing
19 Los Angeles school district demands multi-million dollar refund from Apple
20 New York Times columnist falls prey to signal repeater car burglary
21 Jawbone adds "American Express card" to its fitness tracker's functions
22 Netflix will stop asking ISPs to exempt its videos from data caps
23 Bell Labs shows off 10 Gigabit DSL
24 Memo: Apple Watches won't be available in stores until at least June
25 Kim Dotcom may get kicked out of New Zealand--but not because of copyright
26 Court shoots down carpet cleaner's demand to unmask Yelp reviewers
27 Hidden files suggest Street Fighter's Ryu may come to Smash Bros.
28 SpaceX releases deck camera footage of Falcon 9 almost-landing
29 Microsoft loses exclusivity in shaken up Yahoo search deal
30 Los Angeles school district's iPad project subject of new SEC inquiry
31 AMD abandons the microserver market, takes $75 million hit
32's HTTP-only login page puts millions of passwords at risk
33 Solar powered Blue Cell provides cellular backhaul without wires
34 Oregon changes tax rules to lure Google Fiber
35 45 years after Apollo 13: Ars looks at what went wrong and why
36 In-flight Wi-Fi is "direct link" to hackers
37 Physicists spy on random motion of electrons with defective diamonds
38 Anti-municipal broadband group tries to silence a critic
39 Surprise! iFixit says you can't do much to fix or upgrade the 2015 MacBook
40 Supernova differences could change our understanding of dark energy
41 Hands-on with the P8: Huawei's latest attempt to win over the West
42 Meet the e-voting machine so easy to hack, it will take your breath away
43 Dark Web drug-buying bot returned to Swiss artists after police seizure
44 Cop who shot fleeing suspect not eligible for lethal injection
45 The new spam: interactive robo-calls from the cloud as cheap as e-mail
46 Here's what you'll need to play Grand Theft Auto v in 4K
47 DEA, US Army bought $1.2 million worth of hacking tools in recent years
48 US government takes on legal fight over console jailbreaking once more
49 After fifteen years, Ars says goodbye to John Siracusa's OS X reviews
50 Cyanogen partners with Microsoft to integrate Bing, other MS services
51 It wasn't easy, but Netflix will soon use HTTPS to secure video streams
52 New California bill would require local approval for stingray use
53 Marshall goes digital with its first official software amplifier
54 Facebook's sees defections over alleged harm to net neutrality
55 J.J. Abrams reveals new Force Awakens teaser, details
56 Op-ed: What if MLK's "Letter from Birmingham Jail" had been on Facebook?
57 Dozens of US government online whistleblower sites not secured by HTTPS
58 Just-released Minecraft exploit makes it easy to crash game servers
59 Understanding Greenland's wild climate swings
60 Study: Most partisans treat politics like sports rivalries, instead of focusing on issues
61 Complex cognition shaped the Stone Age hand axe, study shows
62 Patents forecast technological change
63 Iowa State anthropologist finds female chimps more likely to use tools when hunting
64 Scientists develop new technique that reduces halo effect caused by lenses
65 Researchers can trace dust samples using fungal DNA
66 Dark Energy Survey creates detailed guide to spotting dark matter
67 Scientists develop mesh that captures oil--but lets water through
68 Beyond the lithium ion--a significant step toward a better performing battery
69 A camera that powers itself!
70 Flourishing faster: How to make trees grow bigger and quicker
71 Longest mammal migration raises questions about distinct species
72 New transitional stem cells discovered
73 'Pull my finger!' say scientists who solve knuckle-cracking riddle
74 discovery changes how scientists examine rarest elements of periodic table
75 Teachers more likely to label black students as troublemakers
76 Video: Octopuses have unique way to control their 'odd' forms
77 Many teens try e-cigs, but few become regular users
78 Major advance in artificial photosynthesis poses win/win for the environment
79 For men, online generosity is a competition
80 Professional golfers live a lonely life in the midst of rivalries on a meager income
81 Thumbnail track pad
82 Self-Powered Video Camera Created at Columbia University is World's First (WATCH)
83 Quantum Cryptography at the Speed of Light Could Be Possible with All-Photonic Repeaters
84 Carbon Nanotubes Used to Create Sensor that 'Sniffs Out' Rotten Meat
85 Cannibalism Among Human Ancestors Revealed by Chewed-Up Bones
86 Racism Leads To Poor Health In African-American College Students, Professor Claims
87 Molecules Essential for Life Found Around Proto Stars
88 World's Oldest Tools Found in Kenya, Stone Flakes Dated 3.3 Million Years Old
89 Cobalt Film Could Be Inexpensive New Catalyst in Clean Fuel Field
90 Dogs and Humans Get Along So Well for Scientific Reason
91 Ceres: NASA's Dawn Spacecraft Takes Highest Resolution Photos of Ceres' North Pole (SEE THE ANIMATION HERE)
92 Octopuses' Locomotion Does Not Rely on Body Orientation (VIDEO)
93 Rare Monkey Thought to Be Extinct Photographed for the First Time, Red Colobus Found in Congo (PHOTO)
94 Men Donate More to Campaigns if an Attractive Woman Is Asking, and Others Have Already Given Large Sums
95 Artificial Photosynthesis Breakthrough: Nanowires and Bacteria Could Covert Carbon into Pharmaceuticals, Fuel
96 Global Warming 'Hiatus' Could Be Explained with Inter-Decadal Pacific Oscillation
97 Supermassive Black Holes: 'Intense' Magnetic Fields Boost Away Matter from Black Holes' Jaws
98 Hubble Space Telescope and VLT: Galaxies Die from the Inside Out, New Study Says
99 Apple Buys Forest to Make Sustainable Packaging, Partners with Conservation Fund
100 Sexual Abuse and ADHD Linked, According to New Study
101 E-Cigarettes: Flavored Vapors Contain 'Worrisome Chemicals' of 'Toxicological Concern,' New Study Says
102 Mercury MESSENGER: Death of the Probe Being Celebrated Early (LIVE STREAM)
103 Autism Risk: Genetics, No, but Epigenetics Show Link Between Autism and Paternal Sperm, Study Says
104 Asteroid Naming Contest: Contest Gives You the Chance to Give an Asteroid Your Name
105 Volcanic Eruption Will Devastate the Earth and End Humankind? New Report Calls for Preparedness
106 Gray Whale Breaks Migration Records with Impressive 6,800-Mile Journey
107 Knuckle-Cracking Study Finally Settles Decades-Old Debate
108 Bone-Eating Zombie Worms Feasted on Giant Marine Reptiles in Prehistoric Times
109 Methane Storms on Titan Could Be Creating Mysterious Dunes
110 Female Chimps Use Spears to Stab at Hiding Prey While Males Wait for the Chase