Monthly Archives: September 2021

Ellen Pompeo Recalls Grey’s Anatomy Argument with Denzel Washington

Denzel Washington is one of the most iconic and legendary actors of our time, but even with all the pedigree that he carries, he isn’t immune to the occasional spat between other actors. RELATED: Abigail Spencer & Kate Walsh to Reprise Roles in Grey’s Anatomy Season 18 Speaking during the debut episode of her new podcast… Read More »

Apple forgot to sanitize the Phone Number field for lost AirTags

Enlarge / Apple’s AirTags—as seen clipped to a backpack, above—allow users to attempt to find their own device via location rebroadcast from other Apple users. If all else fails, the user can enable a “Lost mode” intended to display their phone number when a finder scans the missing AirTag. reader comments 28 with 25 posters… Read More »

Tokyo Game Show 2021: Biggest Announcements So Far

Tokyo Game Show 2021 has arrived and brings with it some big announcements from such companies as Xbox, Square Enix, Ubisoft, Capcom, Konami, miHoYo, Bandai Namco, and much more. The show has already begun and will continue through Sunday, October 3, and each day is filled with livestreams and presentations for some highly-anticipated games coming… Read More »

Intel launches its next-generation neuromorphic processor—so, what’s that again?

reader comments 52 with 45 posters participating Share this story [embedded content] Mike Davies, director of Intel’s Neuromorphic Computing Lab, explains the company’s efforts in this area. And with the launch of a new neuromorphic chip this week, he talked Ars through the updates. Despite their name, neural networks are only distantly related to the… Read More »

Five Anime Series That Are Due for a Remake

Remakes have been a trend for quite a while and have shown little signs of slowing down as nostalgia continues to grow. From recent anime examples like Fruits Basket, FullMetal Alchemist, and Sailor Moon, it’s clear it’s not just for western media. Many of these anime remakes are more faithful adaptations, while others update the… Read More »