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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The blockchain bonanza is over for graphics card makers
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The blockchain bonanza is over for graphics card makers
August, 17 2018
Elon Musk says the last year has been “excruciating”ars_ab.settitle(1360243);
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Elon Musk says the last year has been “excruciating”ars_ab.settitle(1360243);
August, 17 2018
Kroger launches autonomous grocery delivery service in Arizonaars_ab.settitle(1359639);
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Kroger launches autonomous grocery delivery service in Arizonaars_ab.settitle(1359639);
August, 16 2018
“A huge outlier”: Why Musk’s buyout tweet could get him in legal troublears_ab.settitle(1359231);
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“A huge outlier”: Why Musk’s buyout tweet could get him in legal troublears_ab.settitle(1359231);
August, 15 2018
Trump signs bill banning feds from using Huawei, ZTE technologyars_ab.settitle(1358527);
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Trump signs bill banning feds from using Huawei, ZTE technologyars_ab.settitle(1358527);
August, 14 2018
Bitcoin and ether are both down more than two-thirds from their peaksars_ab.settitle(1358155);
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Bitcoin and ether are both down more than two-thirds from their peaksars_ab.settitle(1358155);
August, 13 2018
Elon Musk considering using Saudi oil money to buy out Teslaars_ab.settitle(1357717);
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Elon Musk considering using Saudi oil money to buy out Teslaars_ab.settitle(1357717);
August, 13 2018
Short seller sues Tesla, Elon Musk, claiming buyout tweets were fraudulentars_ab.settitle(1357493);
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Short seller sues Tesla, Elon Musk, claiming buyout tweets were fraudulentars_ab.settitle(1357493);
August, 11 2018
Tesla board is reportedly in the dark about buyout—that’s not normal
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Tesla board is reportedly in the dark about buyout—that’s not normal
August, 10 2018
There’s a big problem with Elon Musk’s plan to take Tesla private
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There’s a big problem with Elon Musk’s plan to take Tesla private
August, 9 2018
Report: Feds investigating whether Musk’s buyout tweet broke the law
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Report: Feds investigating whether Musk’s buyout tweet broke the law
August, 8 2018
Employee email explains Elon Musk’s plan to take Tesla private
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Employee email explains Elon Musk’s plan to take Tesla private
August, 7 2018
Experts criticize West Virginia’s plan for smartphone voting
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Experts criticize West Virginia’s plan for smartphone voting
August, 7 2018
Elon Musk sends Tesla stock soaring with tweet about possible buyout
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Elon Musk sends Tesla stock soaring with tweet about possible buyout
August, 7 2018
YouTube bans Alex Jones, following Facebook and Apple’s lead
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YouTube bans Alex Jones, following Facebook and Apple’s lead
August, 6 2018
Op-ed: Alex Jones is a crackpot—but banning him from Facebook might be a bad idea [Updated]
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Op-ed: Alex Jones is a crackpot—but banning him from Facebook might be a bad idea [Updated]
August, 6 2018
Tesla says it’s dumping Nvidia chips for a homebrew alternativears_ab.settitle(1352251);
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Tesla says it’s dumping Nvidia chips for a homebrew alternativears_ab.settitle(1352251);
August, 2 2018
Google is preparing to launch a censored Chinese search engine: Reportars_ab.settitle(1351385);
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Google is preparing to launch a censored Chinese search engine: Reportars_ab.settitle(1351385);
August, 1 2018
Waymo pilot program shows how self-driving cars could boost transitars_ab.settitle(1351195);
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Waymo pilot program shows how self-driving cars could boost transitars_ab.settitle(1351195);
July, 31 2018
Uber’s controversial self-driving truck division shuts downars_ab.settitle(1350871);
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Uber’s controversial self-driving truck division shuts downars_ab.settitle(1350871);
July, 31 2018
New software gives self-driving cars “intuitive” understanding of pedestriansars_ab.settitle(1349715);
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New software gives self-driving cars “intuitive” understanding of pedestriansars_ab.settitle(1349715);
July, 30 2018
Burglar wakes up couple to ask to use their Wi-Fi networkars_ab.settitle(1349303);
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Burglar wakes up couple to ask to use their Wi-Fi networkars_ab.settitle(1349303);
July, 26 2018
Tesla’s cash crunch, explained
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Tesla’s cash crunch, explained
July, 26 2018
Uber’s self-driving cars are returning to public streets—in manual modears_ab.settitle(1348163);
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Uber’s self-driving cars are returning to public streets—in manual modears_ab.settitle(1348163);
July, 24 2018
Declining cryptocurrency prices are making graphics cards affordable again
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Declining cryptocurrency prices are making graphics cards affordable again
July, 23 2018
Burglar breaks into “escape room” business, panics, and calls 911ars_ab.settitle(1343001);
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Burglar breaks into “escape room” business, panics, and calls 911ars_ab.settitle(1343001);
July, 13 2018
Tesla drops $35,000 price from Model 3 page—insists plans haven’t changedars_ab.settitle(1342961);
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Tesla drops $35,000 price from Model 3 page—insists plans haven’t changedars_ab.settitle(1342961);
July, 13 2018
Uber lays off 100 safety drivers as it scales back self-driving testsars_ab.settitle(1342317);
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Uber lays off 100 safety drivers as it scales back self-driving testsars_ab.settitle(1342317);
July, 12 2018
Feds arrest Apple employee for stealing self-driving project secrets
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Feds arrest Apple employee for stealing self-driving project secrets
July, 11 2018
Tesla makes massive bet on China with new 500,000-car Shanghai factoryars_ab.settitle(1341185);
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Tesla makes massive bet on China with new 500,000-car Shanghai factoryars_ab.settitle(1341185);
July, 10 2018
Thai official: Elon Musk’s submarine “not practical for this mission”ars_ab.settitle(1341117);
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Thai official: Elon Musk’s submarine “not practical for this mission”ars_ab.settitle(1341117);
July, 10 2018
Elon Musk built a “submarine” to rescue Thailand kids—here’s what it looks like
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Elon Musk built a “submarine” to rescue Thailand kids—here’s what it looks like
July, 8 2018
Elon Musk making “kid-sized submarine” to rescue teens in Thailand cave
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Elon Musk making “kid-sized submarine” to rescue teens in Thailand cave
July, 7 2018
Post Office owes $3.5M for using wrong Statue of Liberty on a stamp
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Post Office owes $3.5M for using wrong Statue of Liberty on a stamp
July, 6 2018
Elon Musk has an idea for saving boys stranded in a Thailand cave
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Elon Musk has an idea for saving boys stranded in a Thailand cave
July, 6 2018
US forces smartphone giant ZTE to fire its CEO and leadership teamars_ab.settitle(1340115);
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US forces smartphone giant ZTE to fire its CEO and leadership teamars_ab.settitle(1340115);
July, 5 2018
NZ court rules Kim Dotcom can be extradited to US on copyright charges
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NZ court rules Kim Dotcom can be extradited to US on copyright charges
July, 5 2018
Self-driving exec who was sued by Waymo and fired by Uber has a new startupars_ab.settitle(1339591);
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Self-driving exec who was sued by Waymo and fired by Uber has a new startupars_ab.settitle(1339591);
July, 3 2018
Tesla nearly triples Model 3 production from the previous quarterars_ab.settitle(1339237);
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Tesla nearly triples Model 3 production from the previous quarterars_ab.settitle(1339237);
July, 2 2018
Man’s creepy “upskirting” plan foiled when his shoe camera explodesars_ab.settitle(1338691);
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Man’s creepy “upskirting” plan foiled when his shoe camera explodesars_ab.settitle(1338691);
June, 29 2018
Tesla opens orders to all US and Canadian Model 3 reservation holders
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Tesla opens orders to all US and Canadian Model 3 reservation holders
June, 29 2018
Google researchers created an amazing scene-rendering AI
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Google researchers created an amazing scene-rendering AI
June, 29 2018
Kroger will use autonomous vehicles to deliver groceries this fallars_ab.settitle(1337713);
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Kroger will use autonomous vehicles to deliver groceries this fallars_ab.settitle(1337713);
June, 28 2018
Forget deliveries—this firm wants to bring a grocery store to your drivewayars_ab.settitle(1337189);
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Forget deliveries—this firm wants to bring a grocery store to your drivewayars_ab.settitle(1337189);
June, 27 2018
Uber wins back its right to operate in Londonars_ab.settitle(1337033);
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Uber wins back its right to operate in Londonars_ab.settitle(1337033);
June, 26 2018
Judge deals blow to women suing Microsoft over gender discrimination
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Judge deals blow to women suing Microsoft over gender discrimination
June, 26 2018
Watch the John Oliver segment that got Oliver’s name banned in Chinaars_ab.settitle(1336459);
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Watch the John Oliver segment that got Oliver’s name banned in Chinaars_ab.settitle(1336459);
June, 25 2018
Report: Trump officials plan to curb Chinese access to US technologyars_ab.settitle(1336341);
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Report: Trump officials plan to curb Chinese access to US technologyars_ab.settitle(1336341);
June, 25 2018
Police: Uber driver was streaming Hulu just before fatal self-driving car crashars_ab.settitle(1335347);
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Police: Uber driver was streaming Hulu just before fatal self-driving car crashars_ab.settitle(1335347);
June, 22 2018
Why the Supreme Court’s software patent ban didn’t lastars_ab.settitle(1332855);
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Why the Supreme Court’s software patent ban didn’t lastars_ab.settitle(1332855);
June, 21 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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