Eric Bangeman

Managing Editor of Ars Technica, technologist, rugby referee.

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1,160 miles in 11 days: A grand tour with the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio
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1,160 miles in 11 days: A grand tour with the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio
August, 15 2018
Ars Pro: You can now PayPal us the money!ars_ab.settitle(1358151);
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Ars Pro: You can now PayPal us the money!ars_ab.settitle(1358151);
August, 14 2018
Faster and farther: Bulls Cross E8 electric bike review
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Faster and farther: Bulls Cross E8 electric bike review
July, 14 2018
All SUV, all of the time: The Range Rover Sport reviewed
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All SUV, all of the time: The Range Rover Sport reviewed
July, 12 2018
A sports car in SUV clothing: The Jaguar E-Pace reviewed
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A sports car in SUV clothing: The Jaguar E-Pace reviewed
June, 28 2018
Got $360K burning a hole in your pocket? Check out the Range Rover SV Coupe
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Got $360K burning a hole in your pocket? Check out the Range Rover SV Coupe
June, 16 2018
Classic Maserati with a pinch of Chrysler: The Levante S GranSport, reviewed
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Classic Maserati with a pinch of Chrysler: The Levante S GranSport, reviewed
June, 8 2018
Mazda CX-9 review: 90% of the luxury for 75% of the price
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Mazda CX-9 review: 90% of the luxury for 75% of the price
April, 27 2018
Review: Subaru Crosstrek finds sweet spot between value and drivability
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Review: Subaru Crosstrek finds sweet spot between value and drivability
April, 21 2018
A different kind of regret: Trying White Castle’s new Impossible Slider
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A different kind of regret: Trying White Castle’s new Impossible Slider
April, 13 2018
The Volkswagen Atlas reviewed: A people’s wagon for the American people
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The Volkswagen Atlas reviewed: A people’s wagon for the American people
April, 12 2018
Review: Go greener with Chrysler’s plug-in Pacifica Hybrid minivanars_ab.settitle(1284465);
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Review: Go greener with Chrysler’s plug-in Pacifica Hybrid minivanars_ab.settitle(1284465);
April, 2 2018
Analysis: New iPads will help Apple in education, but probably not enough
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Analysis: New iPads will help Apple in education, but probably not enough
March, 27 2018
Review: The BMW 640i xDrive GT is the nicest hatchback you’ll ever drive
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Review: The BMW 640i xDrive GT is the nicest hatchback you’ll ever drive
March, 25 2018
The station wagon is alive and well: Driving the Buick Regal TourX
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The station wagon is alive and well: Driving the Buick Regal TourX
March, 19 2018
Review: Step aside, minivan haters—the Chrysler Pacifica is awesome
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Review: Step aside, minivan haters—the Chrysler Pacifica is awesome
March, 8 2018
Ars Pro: Now free of tracking scripts for subscribers
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Ars Pro: Now free of tracking scripts for subscribers
March, 6 2018
Review: Buick aims high, falls short with $60,000 Enclave Avenir
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Review: Buick aims high, falls short with $60,000 Enclave Avenir
March, 2 2018
Forget $9,000… Bitcoin falls below $7,500 $7,000 [Updated]
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Forget $9,000… Bitcoin falls below $7,500 $7,000 [Updated]
February, 5 2018
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Subscribe to Ars Technica and get an ad-free experience
January, 30 2018
2018 BMW X3 review: The ultimate crossover machine?
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2018 BMW X3 review: The ultimate crossover machine?
January, 26 2018
Zeroed out: Five steps toward restoring inbox sanity
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Zeroed out: Five steps toward restoring inbox sanity
January, 7 2018
Apple Store designers appear to have forgotten about Chicago winters
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Apple Store designers appear to have forgotten about Chicago winters
December, 29 2017
Using Thunderbird? Update if you haven’t already
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Using Thunderbird? Update if you haven’t already
December, 27 2017
The most talked-about stories on Ars Technica in 2017
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The most talked-about stories on Ars Technica in 2017
December, 25 2017
The most popular stories of 2017
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The most popular stories of 2017
December, 24 2017
Review: The Stelvio is Alfa Romeo to the very core
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Review: The Stelvio is Alfa Romeo to the very core
December, 16 2017
A sea of calm behind the wheel: The 2018 Audi Q5, reviewed
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A sea of calm behind the wheel: The 2018 Audi Q5, reviewed
December, 10 2017
A visit to Galloping Ghost, the largest video game arcade in the USA
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A visit to Galloping Ghost, the largest video game arcade in the USA
November, 26 2017
Filched Ford F-150 found from Facebook friend’s photo
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Filched Ford F-150 found from Facebook friend’s photo
September, 29 2017
Google’s latest space-themed Doodle is exceptionally clever
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Google’s latest space-themed Doodle is exceptionally clever
February, 23 2017
The most talked about stories on Ars Technica in 2016
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The most talked about stories on Ars Technica in 2016
December, 25 2016
The most popular stories of 2016
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The most popular stories of 2016
December, 24 2016
America is a trivia game where you don’t need to know much to win
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America is a trivia game where you don’t need to know much to win
November, 5 2016
Bloom County Episode XI: A New Hope combines the past and present
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Bloom County Episode XI: A New Hope combines the past and present
September, 5 2016
DRM defeaters defeated? SlySoft ceases operations
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DRM defeaters defeated? SlySoft ceases operations
February, 25 2016
Gorf vs. Roadblasters vs. Lunar Lander: A classic arcade throwdown
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Gorf vs. Roadblasters vs. Lunar Lander: A classic arcade throwdown
November, 28 2015
The Martian is in theaters today. Check out our review and interview with Matt Damon
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The Martian is in theaters today. Check out our review and interview with Matt Damon
October, 2 2015
Ars is hiring a web developer
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Ars is hiring a web developer
September, 17 2015
Stunning high-res images of Pluto’s surface show “youthful terrain”
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Stunning high-res images of Pluto’s surface show “youthful terrain”
July, 15 2015
Climate change a “hoax,” says key business advisor to Aussie prime minister
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Climate change a “hoax,” says key business advisor to Aussie prime minister
May, 8 2015
Islamic State doxes US soldiers, airmen, calls on supporters to kill them
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Islamic State doxes US soldiers, airmen, calls on supporters to kill them
March, 22 2015
Leveling up the barcade: A visit to Chicago’s Pac-Man themed Level 257
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Leveling up the barcade: A visit to Chicago’s Pac-Man themed Level 257
February, 26 2015
Grinches steal Christmas for Xbox Live, PlayStation Network users
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Grinches steal Christmas for Xbox Live, PlayStation Network users
December, 26 2014
Meet our office-mates: The pets of Ars Technica
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Meet our office-mates: The pets of Ars Technica
December, 25 2014
Hands-on: Moto 360 is a great leap forward for Android smartwatches
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Hands-on: Moto 360 is a great leap forward for Android smartwatches
September, 5 2014
Preview: An epic history of Android
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Preview: An epic history of Android
June, 13 2014
A visit to Galloping Ghost, the largest video game arcade in the USA
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A visit to Galloping Ghost, the largest video game arcade in the USA
May, 17 2014
A visual tour of the United States’ biggest video arcade
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A visual tour of the United States’ biggest video arcade
May, 17 2014
Satechi Wireless Smart Keypad continues where Apple wireless keyboard left off
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Satechi Wireless Smart Keypad continues where Apple wireless keyboard left off
March, 29 2014
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