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arstechnica.com


Number of Technologies

117

Founded Year

1998


Number of Contacts

28

Alexa Rank

1,200


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About arstechnica.com

Ars Technica is a technology news platform providing technology news, tech policy analysis, breakdowns of the latest scientific advancements, gadget reviews, software, hardware, and nearly everything else found in between layers of silicon. By 2001, Ars Technica was regularly producing news reports, op-eds, and the like, along with long thought-pieces and in-depth explainers.

In 2001, Ars Technica launched a digital subscription service. It was also the first IT publication to begin covering the resurgence of Apple, and the first to draw analytical and cultural ties between the world of high technology and gaming. Ars Technica was also first to begin selling its long form content in digitally distributable forms, such as PDFs and eventually eBooks. Ars Technica was launched in 1998 by Jon ""Hannibal"" Stokes and Ken ""Caesar"" Fisher. It is based in New York, N.Y. It was founded in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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