iPhone privacy prompts discriminate against non-Apple apps, complaint says

Enlarge / Tile Mate, one of Tile’s tracking hardware products. (credit: Tile) Tile, a maker of hardware and software for digitally tracking the location of personal possessions, has written a letter to the European Commission accusing Apple of anti-competitive behavior as rumors abound that Apple plans to launch a competitor to Tile in the near …

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The Ars verdict is in: Space Force is the best new series of 2020 (so far)

Earlier this week, Ars Senior Space Editor Eric Berger explored the space-tech accuracy of Netflix’s new series Space Force. Now that its first season is in its entirety, the Ars culture section split up the duties of reviewing its fun, humor, and watchability. If you’re looking for a TL;DR: We all like it for different …

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“The future of gaming”: PlayStation 5 game reveal event dated for June 4

Enlarge / See you on Thursday, June 4, at 4pm ET. (credit: Sony Interactive Entertainment) Sony’s painfully slow drip of PlayStation 5 information may finally open wide next week. The game publisher has scheduled a livestreaming event for Thursday, June 4 that will give fans their first peek at PlayStation 5’s upcoming game library. A blog …

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Trump space speech in Florida likely to test apolitical nature of NASA

Enlarge / President Trump signs an Orion capsule hatch that will be used for the Artemis II mission as Vice President Mike Pence, First Lady Melania Trump, and NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine (wearing a mask) look on. (credit: NASA) After President Trump appointed a conservative Republican congressman from Oklahoma named Jim Bridenstine to become NASA’s …

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