Samuel Axon

Editor, content strategist, and head of reviews @ArsTechnica. Media exec formerly of @CBS @Mashable @AOL. Writer, Angelino, game dev hobbyist.

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Star Trek: Discovery has cast its young Spock for season twoars_ab.settitle(1359087);
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Star Trek: Discovery has cast its young Spock for season twoars_ab.settitle(1359087);
August, 15 2018
Group FaceTime won’t launch with iOS 12 and Mojave after allars_ab.settitle(1358087);
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Group FaceTime won’t launch with iOS 12 and Mojave after allars_ab.settitle(1358087);
August, 13 2018
The Roku Channel is now available on the Web without a Roku device
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The Roku Channel is now available on the Web without a Roku device
August, 9 2018
Only a small percentage of users buys stuff through Alexa, report claims
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Only a small percentage of users buys stuff through Alexa, report claims
August, 7 2018
Spider-Man for PS4 preview: A love letter to comics and open-world tropesars_ab.settitle(1351755);
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Spider-Man for PS4 preview: A love letter to comics and open-world tropesars_ab.settitle(1351755);
August, 2 2018
Services drove Apple’s best third quarter ever, but iPhone sales aren’t growingars_ab.settitle(1351247);
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Services drove Apple’s best third quarter ever, but iPhone sales aren’t growingars_ab.settitle(1351247);
August, 1 2018
Re-testing the MacBook Pro: Apple’s firmware update led to a big improvement
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Re-testing the MacBook Pro: Apple’s firmware update led to a big improvement
July, 27 2018
We tested throttling on the MacBook Pro—now Apple says it has a firmware fixars_ab.settitle(1347911);
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We tested throttling on the MacBook Pro—now Apple says it has a firmware fixars_ab.settitle(1347911);
July, 24 2018
2018 15-inch MacBook Pro review: Better, faster, stronger, throttle-ier?ars_ab.settitle(1346665);
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2018 15-inch MacBook Pro review: Better, faster, stronger, throttle-ier?ars_ab.settitle(1346665);
July, 24 2018
Investors are worried that Netflix is getting as big as it can getars_ab.settitle(1345009);
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Investors are worried that Netflix is getting as big as it can getars_ab.settitle(1345009);
July, 17 2018
Apple’s new 2018 MacBook Pros are now available, and the top specs are much faster
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Apple’s new 2018 MacBook Pros are now available, and the top specs are much faster
July, 12 2018
Apple releases iOS 11.4.1 with USB Restricted Mode
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Apple releases iOS 11.4.1 with USB Restricted Mode
July, 9 2018
Sonos is going public—but dependence on Amazon and Google is a riskars_ab.settitle(1340453);
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Sonos is going public—but dependence on Amazon and Google is a riskars_ab.settitle(1340453);
July, 6 2018
Sony tries to upload movie trailer to YouTube, posts entire movie instead
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Sony tries to upload movie trailer to YouTube, posts entire movie instead
July, 3 2018
macOS Mojave: A visual tour of Dark Mode and other major features
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macOS Mojave: A visual tour of Dark Mode and other major features
June, 26 2018
Apple launches service program to address MacBook Pro keyboard woesars_ab.settitle(1335931);
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Apple launches service program to address MacBook Pro keyboard woesars_ab.settitle(1335931);
June, 22 2018
Interview: What went into making Divinity: Original Sin 2’s definitive editionars_ab.settitle(1334051);
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Interview: What went into making Divinity: Original Sin 2’s definitive editionars_ab.settitle(1334051);
June, 21 2018
Rage 2 at E3: Doom’s punk rock sibling feels great to play
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Rage 2 at E3: Doom’s punk rock sibling feels great to play
June, 17 2018
How ARKit 2 works, and why Apple is so focused on AR
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How ARKit 2 works, and why Apple is so focused on AR
June, 16 2018
The Elder Scrolls Blades at E3: It’s not Skyrim, but does it need to be?
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The Elder Scrolls Blades at E3: It’s not Skyrim, but does it need to be?
June, 16 2018
Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit world premiere: Life Is Strange, but notars_ab.settitle(1332161);
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Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit world premiere: Life Is Strange, but notars_ab.settitle(1332161);
June, 15 2018
How Just Cause 4’s tornado works, and a glimpse at all the chaos you cause
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How Just Cause 4’s tornado works, and a glimpse at all the chaos you cause
June, 14 2018
Sony at E3: Death Stranding is every bit as bizarre as Kojima fans dreamed
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Sony at E3: Death Stranding is every bit as bizarre as Kojima fans dreamed
June, 12 2018
PC Gaming Show E3 2018: Everything and the kitchen sink
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PC Gaming Show E3 2018: Everything and the kitchen sink
June, 12 2018
Ubisoft at E3: Beyond Good & Evil is backars_ab.settitle(1326261);
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Ubisoft at E3: Beyond Good & Evil is backars_ab.settitle(1326261);
June, 11 2018
Square-Enix at E3: Yes, Kingdom Hearts III is finally coming out
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Square-Enix at E3: Yes, Kingdom Hearts III is finally coming out
June, 11 2018
The Apple Watch will soon ditch its mechanical buttons, report says
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The Apple Watch will soon ditch its mechanical buttons, report says
June, 9 2018
The end of OpenGL support, other updates Apple didn’t share at the keynote
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The end of OpenGL support, other updates Apple didn’t share at the keynote
June, 6 2018
Apple announces macOS 10.14, codenamed “Mojave”
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Apple announces macOS 10.14, codenamed “Mojave”
June, 4 2018
Apple: All app updates must support the iPhone X and iOS 11 come Julyars_ab.settitle(1304661);
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Apple: All app updates must support the iPhone X and iOS 11 come Julyars_ab.settitle(1304661);
May, 8 2018
Report: Butterfly MacBook Pro keyboards require more frequent, more expensive repairs
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Report: Butterfly MacBook Pro keyboards require more frequent, more expensive repairs
May, 8 2018
Guitar-maker Gibson files for bankruptcy to leave its electronics ambitions behind
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Guitar-maker Gibson files for bankruptcy to leave its electronics ambitions behind
May, 6 2018
Hulu will soon offer offline viewing and episode downloads
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Hulu will soon offer offline viewing and episode downloads
May, 3 2018
LG’s 2018 C8 and E8 TVs are here to prove OLED is finally mainstream
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LG’s 2018 C8 and E8 TVs are here to prove OLED is finally mainstream
May, 1 2018
The TCL 6 series Roku TVs launch tomorrow, starting at $650ars_ab.settitle(1299731);
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The TCL 6 series Roku TVs launch tomorrow, starting at $650ars_ab.settitle(1299731);
April, 30 2018
Shadow of the Tomb Raider hands-on: It’s the end of the world and Lara does not feel fine
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Shadow of the Tomb Raider hands-on: It’s the end of the world and Lara does not feel fine
April, 27 2018
Samsung announces 970 Pro and Evo NVMe SSDs
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Samsung announces 970 Pro and Evo NVMe SSDs
April, 26 2018
Apple releases iOS 11.3.1 alongside security updates for macOS 10.13.4
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Apple releases iOS 11.3.1 alongside security updates for macOS 10.13.4
April, 24 2018
The Xbox One will get 120Hz support in a May software update
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The Xbox One will get 120Hz support in a May software update
April, 24 2018
Tim Cook on merging macOS and iOS: “I don’t think that’s what users want”
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Tim Cook on merging macOS and iOS: “I don’t think that’s what users want”
April, 19 2018
Longtime rivals Amazon and Best Buy announce a major TV partnershipars_ab.settitle(1295547);
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Longtime rivals Amazon and Best Buy announce a major TV partnershipars_ab.settitle(1295547);
April, 18 2018
Westworld producers are set to adapt a William Gibson novel for Amazon
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Westworld producers are set to adapt a William Gibson novel for Amazon
April, 18 2018
Are external GPUs for Macs viable in macOS 10.13.4? We tested to find out
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Are external GPUs for Macs viable in macOS 10.13.4? We tested to find out
April, 14 2018
Apple has begun notifying macOS users of coming 32-bit app incompatibility
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Apple has begun notifying macOS users of coming 32-bit app incompatibility
April, 12 2018
Apple orders its most ambitious TV series yet: An adaptation of Asimov’s Foundation
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Apple orders its most ambitious TV series yet: An adaptation of Asimov’s Foundation
April, 11 2018
Myst creators launch Kickstarter to bring every game in the series to Windows 10
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Myst creators launch Kickstarter to bring every game in the series to Windows 10
April, 10 2018
2018 iPad review: Content creation with compromises
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2018 iPad review: Content creation with compromises
April, 6 2018
Apple has hired Google’s head of search and artificial intelligence
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Apple has hired Google’s head of search and artificial intelligence
April, 4 2018
Tearing down the new iPad offers little comfort to concerned educators
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Tearing down the new iPad offers little comfort to concerned educators
April, 3 2018
Apple is actively working on Macs that replace Intel CPUs
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Apple is actively working on Macs that replace Intel CPUs
April, 2 2018
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Samuel Axon is a writer who has produced content for sproutsocial.com and arstechnica.com
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