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Ars Technica

Jersey City, NJ, United States

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Past articles by Andrew:

Dragon Quest Builders 2 review: Building on success

It's a sequel about breaking and fixing that doesn't fix what wasn't broken. → Read More

macOS 10.14 Mojave: The Ars Technica review

Dark Mode and iOS apps make this desert-themed release feel surprisingly verdant. → Read More

How to make your own bootable macOS 10.14 Mojave USB install drive

All you'll need is a Mac, the Mojave installer, and an 8GB USB drive or SD card. → Read More

iOS 12 on the iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 Plus, and iPad Mini 2: It’s actually faster!

Apple delivers on its promises and pushes back against "forced obsolescence." → Read More

Review: Dragon Quest XI looks new but feels old

Familiarity breeds love and contempt equally in this familiar, formulaic RPG. → Read More

Guidemaster: One-upping the NES Classic Edition with the Raspberry Pi 3 and RetroPie

NES Classic is back—but still hard to get—so we're again resurfacing our DIY guide. → Read More

How to make your old Game Boy as good as (or better than) new

Why wait for a "Game Boy Classic" when you can fix up your old stuff instead? → Read More

macOS 10.13 High Sierra: The Ars Technica review

A focus on foundation makes for an important but nigh-invisible update. → Read More

macOS 10.13 High Sierra: The Ars Technica review

A focus on foundation makes for an important but nigh-invisible update. → Read More

iOS 11 on the iPhone 5S: Slower, but not quite slow

The 5S is slower for sure, but it's still faster than the iPhone 5 on iOS 10. → Read More

iOS 11 on the iPhone 5S: Slower, but not quite slow

The 5S is slower for sure, but it's still faster than the iPhone 5 on iOS 10. → Read More

iOS 11, thoroughly reviewed

Wide-ranging update is full of changes, but iPad benefits the most. → Read More

iOS 11, thoroughly reviewed

Wide-ranging update is full of changes, but iPad benefits the most. → Read More

macOS High Sierra tech preview: The cool stuff under the bonnet

A peek at High Sierra's APFS, Metal 2, and HEVC/HEIF, and what they mean for your Mac. → Read More

macOS High Sierra tech preview: A quick look at the stuff you can’t see

A peek at what APFS, Metal 2, and HEVC/HEIF support mean for you and your Mac. → Read More

2017 MacBook mini-review: This can actually be your everyday laptop

New MacBook is faster, more versatile thanks to new CPU, keyboard, 16GB RAM option. → Read More

Mini-review: The 2017 MacBook could actually be your everyday laptop

Speed boosts, better keyboard, and 16GB RAM option expand its versatility. → Read More

27-inch iMac mini-review: Has high-end iMac performance improved over the last 5 years?

The new 5K 27-inch iMac is a nice upgrade, if you're on something a few years old. → Read More

Review: The 10.5-inch iPad Pro is much more “pro” than what it replaces

More RAM, great screen, and better keyboard will all shine... once iOS 11 is out. → Read More

Apple’s new, updated Macs: Everything you need to know

External graphics, upgradeable RAM in the iMacs, a keyboard tweak, and more. → Read More