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Mac Mini Server: The Ars Technica review

Since its release, the new mini has shown solid sales and clear interest in a small server product from Apple, and Ars Technica has recently posted an in-depth review of the server software running on the new Mac Mini.

By Jan. 12, 2010


Conde Nast buys Ars Technica

Publishing company will fit the decade-old technology enthusiast site alongside Wired.com in its modest stable of online properties.

By May. 16, 2008


New & Noteworthy: Ars Technica on 10.1; Unix tutorial; Mac OS X security; PocketNotes

New & Noteworthy: Ars Technica on 10.1; Unix tutorial; Mac OS X security; PocketNotes

By Oct. 15, 2001


New and Noteworthy: Ars: Leopard not ready for April--'Barely beta, not final or Gold Master'; Symantec "Windows trumps

Leopard's release may be further out than originally thought; Symantec dubiously argues that Windows is more secure than Mac OS X; and the media reacts to Apple TV.

By Mar. 23, 2007


Want your iPhone 4 to run faster? Install iOS 7.1

Speed tests show that Apple's older iPhone gets a performance bump from the updated OS, though it still ran faster with iOS 6.

By Mar. 12, 2014


Is your fridge sending spam? Not so fast

A report that Internet-connected refrigerators are part of massive botnet struggles to stand up to scrutiny.

By Jan. 24, 2014


Galaxy S4 and Note 3 KitKat update stops cheating - report

Android 4.4 KitKat has cleaned up the reputations of Samsung's superphones, with the flagship devices no longer artificially boosting their benchmarks.

By Mar. 5, 2014


Fix poor high-polygon rendering in Maya on the new Mac Pro

If you use Maya on the new 2013 Mac Pro for rendering highly complex scenes, and are experiencing major drops in performance, a quick configuration setting adjustment may fix the issue.

By Feb. 7, 2014


DDoS attack is launched from 162,000 WordPress sites

Using unsuspecting WordPress sites as amplification vectors, a hacker takes down a popular Web site for hours.

By Mar. 11, 2014


Next Xbox may not need constant Web connection

An internal e-mail, reported on by Ars Technica, says that Microsoft recognizes the need for the next version of its video game console to work even when it's not connected to the Web.

By May. 6, 2013