Timothy B. Lee

Cover tech policy, blockchains, and the future of transportation for @arstechnica. Previously @voxdotcom, @washingtonpost. Partisanship is a hell of a drug.

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Even self-driving leader Waymo is struggling to reach full autonomy
December, 7 2018
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Ethereum falls below $100—down 93 percent from its January highars_ab.settitle(1424139);
December, 6 2018
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Giuliani can’t figure out how URLs work, blames Twitter for liberal bias
December, 5 2018
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Waymo One, the groundbreaking self-driving taxi service, explainedars_ab.settitle(1422849);
December, 5 2018
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Waymo’s ambitious plans for high-speed taxis could be holding it backars_ab.settitle(1419111);
December, 3 2018
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It took seven miles to pull over a Tesla with a seemingly asleep driver
December, 1 2018
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Tesla has a problem with racism in its factory—so do many of its rivals
November, 30 2018
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Floyd Mayweather fined $600,000 for undisclosed cryptocurrency plugs
November, 29 2018
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Starbucks will begin filtering pornography from its Wi-Fi networksars_ab.settitle(1419847);
November, 29 2018
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Google CEO Sundar Pichai will face lawmakers at a hearing next weekars_ab.settitle(1419305);
November, 28 2018
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Google employees demand that Google stop work on censored Chinese searchars_ab.settitle(1418891);
November, 27 2018
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How Apple hopes to stop a customer lawsuit over its App Store monopoly
November, 27 2018
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GM announces layoffs and plant closuresars_ab.settitle(1418169);
November, 26 2018
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Newly elected Republican senator could be Google’s fiercest critic
November, 24 2018
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Sorry Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook isn’t a “positive force”
November, 21 2018
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Report: Uber self-driving team was preparing for CEO demo before fatal crashars_ab.settitle(1415729);
November, 20 2018
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Ivanka Trump used personal email for official White House businessars_ab.settitle(1415571);
November, 20 2018
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Cryptocurrencies hit one-year lows amid ongoing Bitcoin Cash schismars_ab.settitle(1414835);
November, 19 2018
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Report: Charges against Assange relate to Russian hacking
November, 17 2018
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Feds apparently reveal charges against Assange in accidental filingars_ab.settitle(1413149);
November, 16 2018
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Judge: First Amendment doesn’t protect neo-Nazi’s online harassmentars_ab.settitle(1412513);
November, 15 2018
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Facebook drops PR firm after revelation of anti-Soros campaign
November, 15 2018
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Bitcoin plunges 12 percent, reaching lowest value in a yearars_ab.settitle(1411799);
November, 14 2018
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Walmart agrees to work with Ford on self-driving grocery delivery pilotars_ab.settitle(1411519);
November, 14 2018
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Amazon is getting more than $2 billion for NYC and Virginia expansionsars_ab.settitle(1410707);
November, 13 2018
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Dems to probe whether Trump retaliated against CNN, Washington Postars_ab.settitle(1409943);
November, 12 2018
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Gab cries foul as Pennsylvania attorney general subpoenas DNS providerars_ab.settitle(1408657);
November, 8 2018
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Why millions of lasers on a chip could be the future of lidar
November, 8 2018
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Blockchain-based elections would be a disaster for democracy
November, 6 2018
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Gab is back a week after Pittsburgh shooting controversy forced it offline
November, 5 2018
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Musk: new Tesla summon feature will “follow you like a pet”
November, 1 2018
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The anti-Tesla: How Waymo minimizes hype about its self-driving cars
October, 31 2018
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Another Tesla with Autopilot crashed into a stationary object—the driver is suing
October, 30 2018
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Gab forced offline over apparent tie to Pittsburgh synagogue shooterars_ab.settitle(1401659);
October, 29 2018
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Feds say it’s OK to jailbreak Alexaars_ab.settitle(1400773);
October, 26 2018
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Why almost everyone was wrong about Tesla’s cash flow situation
October, 26 2018
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Tesla pulled the “full self-driving” option—here’s what customers think
October, 25 2018
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Ford to test driverless cars in Washington, DC ahead of 2021 launchars_ab.settitle(1398075);
October, 24 2018
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Feds shut down self-driving school bus pilot in Florida
October, 22 2018
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Tesla: Customers should order by Monday to lock in $7,500 tax creditars_ab.settitle(1393213);
October, 12 2018
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Tesla remotely extends car batteries to help with Hurricane Michael
October, 10 2018
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Waymo’s driverless cars have driven way mo’ miles than rivals’
October, 10 2018
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Apple to Congress: Chinese spy-chip story is “simply wrong”
October, 8 2018
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Groundbreaking maker of gentle factory robots shuts down
October, 8 2018
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Bloomberg stands by Chinese chip story as Apple, Amazon ratchet up denials
October, 5 2018
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Elon Musk isn’t on his Twitter leash yet, so he’s taunting the SEC
October, 4 2018
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GM’s self-driving deal with Honda is a wakeup call for Waymoars_ab.settitle(1387245);
October, 4 2018
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Russian spies hacked officials to protect doping athletes, US chargesars_ab.settitle(1387685);
October, 4 2018
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Car crashes killed 37,133 people in the US in 2017
October, 3 2018
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Honda will use GM’s self-driving technology, invest $2.75 billion
October, 3 2018
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Timothy B. Lee is a writer who has produced content for washingtonpost.com, arstechnica.com, and arstechnica.co.uk
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Self Driving Car, Self Driving Cars, Elon Musk, Daily Stormer, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Network, Driverless Car, Driverless Cars, United States, Told Ars
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