Ars Technica Now Part Of Wired

Posted: May 16 2008, 11:17pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:10am CDT, in News | Technology News

Ars Technica now part of Wired
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Publisher Conde Nast who owns Wired Magazine just bought Ars Technica. Arstechnica will become part of Wired Digital.

TechCrunch's sources say Conde Nast paid $25 million for the 1998 founded technology news site.
Apparently the official statement of the acquisition is to be released next week.
Conde Nast bought Wired Magazine in 2006 also for $25m. Soon after that Wired Digital bought social bookmarker Reddit.
More details on TechCrunch.

This is yet another deal in the technology news sector. CBS has bought CNET this week for $1.8billion.

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