Check out Batman’s and Marty McFly’s rides at the Petersen Museum

The BTTF DeLorean DMC-12 has actually been on display at the Petersen for a while now. That doesn’t make it any less cool. [credit: The Petersen Museum ] A new exhibition will open shortly at Los Angeles’ wonderful Petersen Automotive Museum. It’s called “Hollywood Dream Machines: Vehicles of Science Fiction and Fantasy,” and as the …

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Dealmaster: Save on a bunch of PC accessories in Amazon’s Gold Box sale

Enlarge (credit: Ars Technica) Greetings, Arsians! The Dealmaster is back with another round of deals to share. Today’s list is headlined by a number of deals on PC gear and accessories over at Amazon, which has them all rounded up in its latest one-day Gold Box sale. These aren’t the highest-profile devices around, but the …

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Nintendo issues DMCA takedown for Super Mario Bros. Commodore 64 port

Super Mario Bros. that Nintendo doesn’t want you to see!”> Enlarge / The Commodore 64 version of Super Mario Bros. that Nintendo doesn’t want you to see! Late last week, a retro computer developer going by the handle ZeroPaige culminated what he said was seven years of development on Super Mario Bros. 64, a complete …

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AT&T’s fake 5G icons aren’t going away despite settlement with Sprint

Enlarge / A smartphone with AT&T’s “5G E” network indicator. (credit: AT&T) AT&T will reportedly get to keep using its misleading “5G E” marketing for its 4G network after settling a false advertising lawsuit filed by Sprint. AT&T and Sprint met with US District Judge Vernon Broderick yesterday and informed him “that they had reached …

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Russia may soon decommission the world’s most historic launch pad

Enlarge / A Soyuz rocket launches from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in 2012. (credit: NASA) Site no. 1 in dusty Baikonur, Kazakhstan, is where it all began. In October 1957, an R-7 missile launched the first satellite, Sputnik, into space. Less than four years later, Yuri Gagarin reached orbit from this launch pad, and the first …

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