All of Cyrus’ Ars Technica articles from April 2012 through the present can be found here.

His April 2001 through February 2012 archives can be found below.

From encryption to darknets: As governments snoop, activists fight back
February 16 2012 – Ars Technica

Pirate Party poised to make gains in Europe
February 13 2012 – Latitude News

Step 1: give every kid a laptop. Step 2: learning begins?
February 8 2012 – Ars Technica

Europeans Protest Anti-Piracy Treaty
February 7 2012 – Technology Review

Smart Phone Chips Calling for Data Centers
November 10 2011 – Technology Review

Twitter is useful for activists (and tyrants)
June 2 2011 – Wired UK

Mr. Ambassador, Meet President Zuckerberg
May 27 2011 – Slate

Iran’s Answer to Stuxnet
April 25 2011 – Technology Review

The Science of a Sparkling Shave
August 13 2010 – Technology Review

Matt Flannery
February 2 2010 – Wired Italia

iPad combines American panache with Euro technology
January 28 2010 – Deutsche Welle English

Activists use social networking to get attention in Copenhagen
December 11 2009 – Deutsche Welle English

A mobile payment system: That will do nicely, sir
December 9 2009 – The Economist

Climate blogs follow environmental issues online
December 7 2009 – Deutsche Welle English

Online Revolution
November 29 2009 – Wired Italia

Iran’s Long History of Online Opposition
October 16 2009 – World Politics Review

Century-Old Groundwork Fuels Internet Interest in Iran Today
August 3 2009 – PBS MediaShift

How Geeks (and Non-Geeks) Can Help Iranians Online
July 17 2009 – Tehran Bureau

Geeks Around the Globe Rally to Help Iranians Online
July 8 2009 – Tehran Bureau

Silicon Valley should step up, help Iranians
June 30 2009 – The San Francisco Chronicle

Vint Cerf: Deep space Internet
June 12 2009 – Wired Italia

Interplanetary Net
May 6 2009 – The Economist

10 Google Tricks You Didn’t Know About : Make Google Work Harder For You
May 1 2009 – Tom’s Guide

What We Love and Hate About Safari 4 : Innovations and Drawbacks in Apple’s Browser
February 26 2009 – Tom’s Guide

How Will the $7.2 Billion Allotted for Broadband Stimulus Be Spent?
February 20 2009 – PC World

Clean Elections
October 2008 – Communications of the ACM

A really secret ballot
Ocotber 22 2008 – The Economist

The rise of the low-cost laptop
June 5 2008 – The Economist

The Untied State of America
February 25 2008 – Wired

How To Steal a European Painting
February 15 2008 – Slate

It Is Rocket Science
December 2007 – Alaska Airlines Magazine


Thinking small

November 15 2007 – The Economist

Global Warming, Subsidies Fuel a Nuclear Renaissance
November 13 2007 – Wired News

Locked vs. Unlocked: Opening Up Choice
November 1 2007 – The New York Times

Connected Traveler: Getting the Family on Board
October 31 2007 – PC Magazine

Future Watch: Laser-Fast Computing
October 31 2007 – PC Magazine

Still Waiting for That $100 Laptop?
September 24 2007 – Slate

Chewing-Gum Startup Aims to Solve a Sticky Problem
September 19 2007 – Wired News

Unlocking an iPhone
September 14 2007 – Macworld


The YouTube Clones

September/October 2007 – Foreign Policy


Closing the Loopholes on Data Theft

July 11 2007 – PC Magazine

Texas-Sized Supercomputer to Break Computing Power Record
June 26 2007 – Wired News

Why Is DRM-Free Music Tagged With Name and E-Mail? Apple Keeps Mum
June 2 2007 – Wired News

New Research Brings Invisibility Tech Into View
May 29 2007 – Wired News

Cyberwar I: What the attacks on Estonia have taught us about online combat
May 22 2007 – Slate

Scientists Create First Map of an Extrasolar Planet
May 9 2007 – Wired News

It’s the “Wiring” That’s Tricky in Quantum Computing
May 7 2007 – Wired News

Podcast U
May 2 2007 – PC Magazine

Make Your Meetings Matter
April 9 2007 – BNET

Light Therapy Spares the Scalpel and the Chemo
April 2 2007 – Wired News

The city’s wireless plan — unplugged!
April 2007 – San Francisco

The Pleasures of Hacking the Apple TV
March 30 2007 – PC World

Like Programmers, Future Fuel Cells Could Run on Coca-Cola
March 27 2007 – Wired News

Google’s Next-Gen of Sneakernet

March 20 2007 – Wired News

Let’s get physical
March 8 2007 – The Economist

Wi-Fi Bus Crosses the Border
March 6 2007 – Wired News


Computing goes green?

March 1 2007 – The Economist

You’re an Oaklander If …
January February 2007 – Oakland Magazine

Six Things You Never Knew Your Cell Phone Could Do
February 5 2007 – PC World

New Rubber Lets Sweat Out
December 8 2006 – Wired News

Roaming holiday
(December 2 2006 – The Economist)

Scene Machine
(November/December 2006 – Foreign Policy)

Berlitz Premier
(August 29 2006 – Macworld)

Blogging from the Belly of Beirut
(July 21 2006 – Wired News)

Beirut Apple reseller: “It’s very difficult”
(July 20 2006 – Macworld)

More Real than Virtual
(July 9 2006 – The New York Times)

Pelé, Cosmos held court as America’s first soccer kings
(June 26 2006 – The San Francisco Chronicle)

Health and WiFi: Why the experts believe that WiFi is not hazardous to our health
(June 2006 – MuniWireless)

30 years of Apple: Assessing Apple’s Impact
(April 4 2006 – Macworld)

Create a video podcast
(March 13 2006 – Macworld)

Pulling the plug on standby power
(March 9 2006 – The Economist)

Rosetta Stone 3.0 Review
(March 2006 – Macworld)

Wi-Fi Wonks Fon Home
(February 9 2006 – Wired News)

First Look: GarageBand 3
(January 19 2006 – Macworld)

Navy Tests Look-to-Talk Device
(January 11 2006 – Wired News)

The Web Will Read You a Story
(December 16 2005 – Wired News)

Fuel Up With Banana Peels
(December 2 2005 – Wired News)

Waiting for That $100 Laptop?
(November 29 2005 – Slate)

Cars Chat and Park Themselves
(November 9 2005 – Wired News)

Goof Lets Times’ Content Go Free
(September 22 2005 – Wired News)

VOIP Phones Give Villagers a Buzz
(September 12 2005 – Wired News)

PayPal Freezes Out Katrina Aid
(September 8 2005 – Wired News)

Resource: Katrina-Related Links

(September 1 2005 – Wired News)

X-Ray Reveals Ancient Text
(August 24 2005 – Wired News)

Microsoft’s Longhorn: Undercooked?
(September 2005 – Mobile)

Political Economy Made Simple
(August 4 2005 – The Daily Californian)

Bloggers Champion Missing Woman
(August 3 2005 – Wired News)

Green-Collar Crime
(August 1 2005 – Slate)

Human Feces Powers Rwandan Prison
(July 16 2005 – Wired News)

A Tool to Wake Up Wi-Fi Zombies
(July 5 2005 – Wired News)

iTunes 4.9 First Look: Apple takes on Podcasting
(June 28 2005 – Playlist)

Grand Theft Auto Meets Robocop

(June 17 2005 – Wired News)

The Linux iPod

(July 2005 – Macworld)

Never IM in This Town Again!

(June 13 2005 – Wired News)

Tales of a College Nothing

(May 26 2005 – The Daily Californian)

Jeepers Creepers, Bionic Peepers
(May 5 2005 – Wired News)

Start Your Own Podcast

(June 2005 – Macworld)

Murder and Vice on the Lower East Side

(March 21 2005 – Master’s Thesis – Columbia University)

Library Shuffles Its Collection

(March 3 2005 – Wired News)

Fight for the Right to Watch Trek

 

(February 25 2005 – Wired News)

In Computer Years, Apollo Replica’s an Antique

(February 10 2005 – The New York Times)

Car Chase Tech That’s Really Hot
(February 3 2005 – Wired News)

Port-A-Party
(February 2005 – Wired)

An Aerial Crime-Fighting Tool Banks on Portability

(January 13 2005 – The New York Times)

When Shots Ring Out, a Listening Device Acts as Witness

(December 16 2004 – The New York Times)

Using IPod Savvy to Mine a Niche

(December 2 2004 – The New York Times)

Chicken & Waffles

Pancakes and Politics
Spicing Up South Oakland

(November 2004 – Oakland City Magazine)

New Food for IPods: Audio by Subscription

(October 28 2004 – The New York Times)

RSS Feeds Hunger for More Ads
(October 15 2004 – Wired News)

School Ups Grade by Going Online

 

(October 12 2004 – Wired News)

Nothing Robotic About Robo-Art

 

(September 20 2004 – Wired News)

Cops Put Brakes on Bike Protest

 

(August 31 2004 – Wired News)

Undergraduate Overachiever

(September 2004 – Wired)

iPod Voice Recorders

(September 2004 – Macworld)

Hasta La Vista, Aqua
(August 2004 – Macworld)

New Ways to Pay
(August 2004 – Business 2.0)

Kitchen Designs Come to Life on G4

(June 2004 – Macworld)

Rock Band Takes its Macs on the Road

(June 2004 – Macworld)

“The Powerful Force”: An Examination of the Internet in Senegal
(April 28 2004 – PEIS Honors Thesis, UC Berkeley)

Dancing With Ginger
(February 6 2004 – The Daily Californian)

Kii boodiim? Kii hastam?
(November 13 2003 – The Iranian)

Researcher Streamlines Ancient Alphabets in Code
(November 7 2003 – The Daily Californian)

College application season brings hope and anxiety
(November 3 2003 – San Mateo Daily Journal)

Doof doof doof
(October 23 2003 – The Age)

Paper ballots – for now
(October 7 2003 – San Mateo Daily Journal)

Exploring the future today
(September 22 2003 – San Mateo Daily Journal)

UC Berkeley Students Find a New Voice in Blogs

(August 27 2003 – The Daily Californian)

Let the games begin
(April 3 2003 – The Age)

Sticky Brain 2 Review
(January 2003 – MacAddict)

Reporter’s Notebook: Sex in Africa: A Jungle of Difference
(December 3 2002 – The Daily Californian)

Creature Speaker Review
(November 2002 – MacAddict)

The games people play
(August 7 2002 – The Age)

Case studies
(July 18 2002 – The Age)

Professor Creates New Software to Thwart Air Attacks
(October 24 2001 – The Daily Californian)

Web Site Aids Quest for Those Missing After Attacks
(September 13 2001 – The Daily Californian)

Damage Undermines Towers
(September 12 2001 – The Daily Californian)

Researcher: Cyber Libre
(Spring 2001 – Cubans 2001 – UC Berkeley)

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