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  1. Nissan and Renault revamp alliance with $663 million EV investment

    The 24-year alliance started to fray with the arrest of Carlos Ghosn in 2019.

  2. Pocket assistant: ChatGPT comes to Android

    OpenAI brings the popular AI language model to an official Android client app.

  3. BMW uses autonomous cars for boring, repetitive tests

    Forget robotaxis, this is for precision and repeatability.

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  1. Are the valet’s days numbered? We test BMW’s remote parking system

    So, who do you tip?

  2. Seven major automakers to build EV charging network with 30,000 chargers

    The chargers will support both CCS1 and NACS, with deployment starting in 2024.

  3. Samsung makes the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5 official

    Samsung has a new fold-flat hinge, gives the Z flip a bigger screen.

  4. Major AI companies form group to research, keep control of AI

    Skeptics say Anthropic, Google, Microsoft, and OpenAI hope to avoid regulation.

  5. How we host Ars Technica in the cloud, part two: The software

    A deep dive into the applications and functions that keep Ars humming along in the cloud.

  6. Dinosaurs and the evolution of breathing through bones

    Dinosaurs' hyper-efficient breathing system also evolved in two other lineages.

  7. Pandemic deaths in Ohio and Florida show partisan divide after vaccine rollout

    The death gap between Democrats and Republicans was larger in counties with lower vaccination rates.

  8. How developers will test their apps before Vision Pro launches

    Apple opened up access to three ways to test apps on real hardware.

  9. FCC chair: Speed standard of 25Mbps down, 3Mbps up isn’t good enough anymore

    Chair proposes 100Mbps national standard and an evaluation of broadband prices.

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  1. Mass extinction event 260 million years ago resulted from climate change, studies say

    Ocean stagnation, ecosystem collapses, and volcano eruptions all played a role.

  2. Musk plans Supreme Court appeal after losing bid to terminate SEC settlement

    Supreme Court is Musk's last option as judges uphold limits on his Tesla tweets.

  3. Android 4.4 KitKat is truly dead, loses Play Services support

    With Play Services gone, it's only a matter of time before you can't log in.

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  1. Encryption-breaking, password-leaking bug in many AMD CPUs could take months to fix

    "Zenbleed" bug affects all Zen 2-based Ryzen, Threadripper, and EPYC CPUs.

  2. Climatologists: July’s intense heat “exactly what we expected to see”

    Deadly temperatures will become common unless greenhouse gas emissions are cut fast.

  3. GM announces a new Ultium-based Chevrolet Bolt during Q2 report

    The much-loved affordable EV looked finished, but Chevy will build Bolt 2.0.

  4. Researchers find deliberate backdoor in police radio encryption algorithm

    Vendors knew all about it, but most customers were clueless.

  5. Catching up with Foundation S2 as the Second Crisis unfolds

    The second season has faster pacing, more linear storytelling, and bits of levity.

  6. Borax is the new Tide Pods, and poison control experts are facepalming

    Borax is used in laundry detergent and is not safe to ingest.

  1. SpaceX teases another application for Starship

    "SpaceX could itself become a large commercial LEO destination."

  2. After bopping an asteroid 3 years ago, NASA will finally see the results

    "Every sample here has a story to tell."

  3. Jury orders Google to pay $339M for patent-infringing Chromecast 

    Google plans to appeal.

  4. ChatGPT’s new personalization feature could save users a lot of time

    Beta feature allows ChatGPT to remember key details with less prompt repetition.

  5. Google’s nightmare “Web Integrity API” wants a DRM gatekeeper for the web

    It's just a "proposal," but it's also being prototyped inside Chrome right now.

  6. AlmaLinux says Red Hat source changes won’t kill its RHEL-compatible distro

    Red Hat made being a 1:1 clone hard. So AlmaLinux is pivoting and speeding up.

  7. Apple releases iOS, iPadOS, and macOS updates to fix bugs and shore up security

    Previous-generation macOS and iOS versions get new security updates, too.