We do a lot of interviews on The Verge. For your reading (and sometimes viewing) pleasure we decided to pull them all together in one convenient place. Yes, every single interview is collected right here. Grab a root beer or some mineral water and your reading glasses, and enjoy.
Get $200 off an Oculus Rift with Dell’s new PC bundles
Buying the Rift with an Oculus Ready PC will be more affordable than doing it separately
Windows 10 and Skylake processors were ‘designed together’
An interview with Intel's general manager on the future of connected computing
Nextbit Robin: what is a cloud-first smartphone made of?
Phone fans owe a lot to Scott Croyle. In his time as HTC’s design chief, Croyle presided over the creation of the critically acclaimed One series of Android smartphones as well as earlier standout devices like the Windows Phone 8X.
The future of books is on your phone, not your tablet
An interview with Oyster co-founder Willem Van Lancker
Can 1Password save your digital life?
AgileBits' Jeff Shiner and David Chartier want to make "password manager" a household phrase
Slack is killing email
The founder of Flickr built a chat app that might save your workplace sanity
Our interview with the visual effects legend behind 'Ghostbusters,' 'Avatar,' and 'Terminator 2'
Get it in the camera
Point of despair: father of net neutrality Tim Wu talks about tech policy’s worst year
Why the internet activist is running for office — and crowdfunding his campaign
Returning to 'Sin City': a chat with Frank Miller
The iconic author talks about his work, the new movie, and whether 'Sin City 3' will ever come out
A chat with the award-winning writer who's perfecting the art of digital comics
Mark Waid wants to change how we think about comics, art, and the business behind it all
The '22 Jump Street' directors tell us how to make a sequel that doesn't suck
Phil Lord and Chris Miller show everyone how it’s done
Xbox chief: 'you have to win with the gamers first'
Phil Spencer talks Kinect, 'Sunset Overdrive', and the soul of the Xbox One
'Kero Blaster' is 'Mega Man' for the iPhone age
The creator of 'Cave Story' returns with a tale of frogs and teleporters
How the writer of 'Godzilla' created a blockbuster
Taking the monster seriously meant going back to the very beginning
Inside the greatest sci-fi film never made
Before 'Star Wars' and 'Alien,' there was Alejandro Jodorowsky's 'Dune'
Oculus founder says Facebook deal will make virtual reality cheaper and better
The story of Motorola's smartwatch from the man who designed it
The Moto 360 is a breathtaking design — here's how it came to be
Mike Judge thinks we're doomed
The creator of 'Beavis and Butt-Head' takes on the tech world
The era of Facebook is an anomaly
Researcher danah boyd talks about teens, identity, and the future of digital communication
Ben Horowitz on IPOs from hell, the power of profanity, and why he likes a good fight
‘RoboCop’ director José Padilha: 'the automation of violence opens the door for fascism'
‘X-Files’ creator Chris Carter on his long-awaited return to TV: Amazon's ‘The After’
The drama takes place in the same universe as his previous work
Ape escape: the argument to keep chimpanzees out of cages
Steven Wise on why chimps deserve ‘the right to not be imprisoned’
Christopher Nolan on internet movie theories, his indie roots, and editing 'Inception'
The striking Pebble Steel could change your mind about smartwatches
The $249 second-generation Pebble adds style to the original’s substance
Final delivery: David X. Cohen on the end of 'Futurama'
"I feel pretty proud of how it ended."
How the net was tamed: stopping cybercrime from child pornography to the Silk Road
Nate Anderson on the evolving world of online law enforcement
The devil you know: inside the world of a psychopathic scientist
James Fallon has the biology of a stone-cold killer — and he would know
Why Scott Campbell turns classic movie battles into adorable paintings
"I plan on doing them until I run out of juice."
Director of ‘The Fifth Estate’ responds to Julian Assange's attacks: ‘He just flat-out makes things up’
Bill Condon talks WikiLeaks, Edward Snowden, and more
Enter, Sandman: how lucid dreaming ‘can help you change yourself’
Thomas Peisel will teach you to reign over the witching hour
Metallica's Kirk Hammett on how 'Through the Never' almost became a sci-fi movie
Jonathan Lethem on the subversive power of comics and science fiction
The 'Dissident Gardens' author talks about Captain America, Philip K. Dick, and writing about his grandmother's sex life
Taran Killam of ‘Saturday Night Live’: the new season, comic books, and ‘NBA Jam’
Jeff Bezos wants to delight you
A chat with Amazon's CEO
Smarter than you think: the internet isn't dumbing us down after all
Clive Thompson argues technology is helping us learn faster
PS4 is a return to the spirit of the early PlayStation days, says the man who built it
Pushing pixels with Paul Robertson, the artist behind 'Mercenary Kings' and 'Scott Pilgrim: The Game'
"I just like ridiculous and extreme things."
It's Bruce Sterling's novel, we just live in it
The sci-fi pioneer talks about the rebirth of 'Omni' magazine
Welcome to ‘The World’s End’: a conversation with Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg, and Nick Frost
The creators of 'Shaun of the Dead' and 'Hot Fuzz' talk genre, trilogies, and The Sisters of Mercy
Remembering Stanley: Christiane Kubrick on protecting the legacy of a master
"He always used to say, 'Either you care, or you don’t. There’s no in-between.'"
How murderers tell stories: director Joshua Oppenheimer on 'The Act of Killing'
In a chilling new documentary, Indonesian killers eagerly reenact their crimes for the cameras
From 'Saturday Night Live' to streaming: Seth Meyers on his new Hulu series 'The Awesomes'
Google Docs began as a hacked together experiment, says creator
Sam Schillace talks about the challenges of collaborative editing and why people get freaked out when there's no Save button
Siri, make it so: what designers can learn from sci-fi interfaces
Nathan Shedroff and Christopher Noessel explore the connection between fictional interfaces and real world designs
Steve Wozniak on Newton, Tesla, and why the original Macintosh was a 'lousy' product
Director Saschka Unseld discusses Pixar, photorealism, and the making of 'The Blue Umbrella'
Geneticist Adam Rutherford: by ‘controlling living systems,’ synthetic biology will change the world
The scientist, TV host, and book author touts the potential benefits of playing God
Dmitry Itskov wants to help you live forever by swapping your body for an android avatar
The Russian billionaire talks immortality, the Dalai Lama, and lifelike robotic heads
Brian K. Vaughan and Marcos Martin on digital comics and the medium's 'second Golden Age'
'I just have a lot of questions about things that frighten and confuse me.'
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Razer's outspoken CEO slams HP and Dell, says he 'loves Apple'
Min-Liang Tan builds a MacBook for Windows gamers
‘People want to be amazed’: the man behind the magic of ‘Now You See Me’
How David Kwong turned Jesse Eisenberg and Isla Fisher into the magicians of tomorrow
Sketching Instagram: co-founder Mike Krieger reveals the photo app's humble beginnings
On Facebook, creating filters, and why the web version took so long
The illusion of simplicity: photographer Peter Belanger on shooting for Apple
How @breakingnews keeps news junkies current in a crisis
General manager Cory Bergman talks about his team's process, the Boston bombings, and the importance of the gut check
Science writer Mary Roach: ‘everything I learn is pretty shocking and weird’
‘Room 237’ director Rodney Ascher on the weird world of ‘The Shining’ conspiracy theories
Filmmaker Shane Carruth talks 'Upstream Color' and making movies like albums
The director discusses the legacy of 'Primer,' broken hearts, and his new project
'Game of Thrones' author George R.R. Martin on piracy, video games, and new shows with HBO
The man behind 'the biggest show that HBO has ever done'