Condé Nast launches Ars Technica in the UK

Ars Technica was founded in 1998 and was acquired in 2008 by Advance – the parent company of Condé Nast.

Founder and editor-in chief of Ars Technica, Ken Fisher said: “The launch of Ars Technica UK is our first overseas initiative and is aimed at broadening and deepening our reporting on all things technology.”

Ars Technica UK – the name is Latin-derived for ‘the art of technology’ – will specialise in news and reviews, deep analysis of technology trends, and expert advice on everything from the fundamental to the inspirational.

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