Ars To-Be-Read: Our most anticipated book releases for fall 2019

[ad_1] Consider the Platypus [Available now] (Ars Technica may earn compensation for sales from links on this post through affiliate programs.) Readers who love books about books will be delighted by The Ten Thousand Doors of January. A young girl named January Scaller stumbles upon a door in the mansion she calls home in the early […]

Part cow, part… bacterium? Biotech company makes heifer of gene-editing blunder

[ad_1] Enlarge / A Holstein calf, which has not been gene-edited. A Minnesota-based gene-editing company is left red in the face after it took on bull genetics—and got slammed. The company, Recombinetics, set out years ago to genetically engineer Holstein dairy cattle to come without their troublesome horns, which farmers typically remove to keep themselves […]

Learn the entire Adobe Creative Cloud for under $34

[ad_1] Not everyone has artistic talent, but even if your best effort is a stick man drawing, you can still become a creative professional. To even consider getting into this game, though, you’ll need to know how to use the Adobe Creative Cloud like a pro. Today’s deal is the perfect way to master the […]

Huawei Mate 30 series launch date confirmed

[ad_1] Huawei Mobile has confirmed a September 19 launch date for the Mate 30 series in Munich, Germany. The teaser states Huawei is “going full circle” with the Mate 30, no doubt referencing the Mate 30’s cameras. The image leaks we’ve seen so far feature a circular quad-camera array on the back of the device. […]

'Astroneer' brings planetary exploration to PS4 on November 15th

[ad_1] You don’t have to use a Microsoft-powered platform to play Astroneer. System Era has announced that its procedurally generated planet explorer will be available on PS4 as of November 15th for $30, with pre-orders open now. It’ll include everything… Temp Mails ( is a new free temporary email addresses service. This service provide you […]

How to install the Android SDK (Software Development Kit)

[ad_1] The Android Software Development Kit (SDK) is a crucial part of Android development for beginners to come to grips with. It’s a selection of files bundled together that you will need to begin creating Android apps. It consists of tools like the virtual device manager (emulator) and ADB bridge, as well as a library […]

Android developer news and features round-up (August 2019)

[ad_1] Hello and welcome to the September 2019 edition of Android Developers Monthly, where we’ll be recapping all of the excitement from the last 30 days. August 2019 will forever be remembered as the month that Android Q became Android 10, but it’s also the month we got the stable release of Android Studio 3.5, […]

Paris is testing 'noise radar' that will automatically ticket loud cars

[ad_1] Just shy of 40 of the devices are in use so far, primarily near bars in Paris’ entertainment regions as well as 17 around major buildings. The two-year trial isn’t meant to fine anyone. Rather, it’s meant to both test the viability of the technology and determine the noise levels that lead to penalties. […]

The next 'Apex Legends' event includes a sniper-focused mode

[ad_1] The event also alters the map once more, introducing a facility with a portal that can give you an advantage or get you out of a jam. You’ll have access to free loot, but you can also directly purchase a new range of (relatively) inexpensive themed cosmetics for $5 a pop. There’s no guarantee […]

Best Metro by T-Mobile deals

[ad_1]   Metro by T-Mobile is the no-contract subsidiary of T-Mobile that was previously known as MetroPCS. Whatever name it uses, it has some excellent deals on both plans and phones if you want to same some money, and we have the best current deals you can get from the carrier. Metro by T-Mobile deals […]