Remote learning is here to stay — can we make it better?
An interview with Sal Khan, founder of Khan Academy
Wing Freedom e-bike review: city riding that’s affordable and fun
E-bikes are a great way to get around a city, but can be pricey. Fortunately, there are more affordable options hitting the streets everyday.
How to build a killer custom PC
How we built one and how you can, too
What was Mike Pence touching at NASA and is it okay?
It looks like a part that protects the Orion’s parachutes
ScreenDrive: From a ‘dumb’ Jeep to one with the latest Uconnect system
The latest review in our car-as-a-rolling-tablet series
The Garmin Fenix 5S is the fitness watch I don't want to take off
Get ready to cough up $600
The US government is suing Volkswagen for emissions cheating
The US Department of Justice and the Environmental Protection Agency filed a joint lawsuit Monday against Volkswagen for installing illegal "defeat devices" in 600,000 of its diesel engine vehicles. The government accuses the car manufacturer of violating the Clean Air Act by importing and selling vehicles in the US that were designed differently than what Volkswagen described in its EPA certification.
Masters of Sex and the ongoing stigma of sex research
Hesitance around sexuality studies isn't just a '60s thing
Apple announces iOS 9, release later this year
A smarter digital assistant and split-screen multitasking are coming to Apple's mobile platform
Flickr takes a step forward with a new interface and a timeline
Camera Roll is sleeker and more user-friendly
Reddit's balance of power: community values are tested as a troll is unmasked
- Reddit CEO addresses Violentacrez controversy: 'we will not ban legitimate investigative journalism' Oct 16, 2012, 8:49pm EDT
- Banned Reddit moderator fears 'cloak and dagger' handling of criticism Oct 16, 2012, 3:01pm EDT
- Reddit user banned, then restored, as mods struggle with stories critical of the site Oct 15, 2012, 4:30pm EDT
- Reddit leaders deflect censorship criticism and defend hands-off policies Oct 14, 2012, 12:54pm EDT
Nokia teases cyan Lumia 920 for a split second in promo video
Nokia has started teasing a cyan Lumia 920 in its latest promotional videos.
iPhone 5 supports HD voice, will work on 20 carriers at launch
Apple's iPhone 5 supports wideband audio — commonly known by many carriers as HD voice — which provides a higher-fidelity call quality than subscribers are typically used to.
Official: Apple holding iPhone 5 event September 12th, and we'll be there live!
Apple will announce its latest iPhone on September 12th, and we'll be there live
Samsung and Sony try again at tablets, but Microsoft may have the last laugh
At large gadget conventions like IFA, the most-talked about company is often the one who isn’t there: Apple. This year, the elephant in the room is actually Microsoft and its two Surface tablets. The Surface is now the de-facto competitor and the standard by which these Windows 8 OEMs will be judged. Sony and Samsung have revealed their latest tablet strategies at IFA 2012 as they prepare to enter the all-important holiday season. Both have shown off new tablets, hybrids, and phones — but as much as the two companies are going head-to-head with each other, they will also be competing with Microsoft’s Surface, and not just on specs.
Military makeup will protect soldiers from bomb-blast burns
A new type of camouflage makeup is able to protect wearers from skin burns for up to 60 seconds.
Apple expert: smartphone owners are willing to pay $100 premium for features Samsung copied
An Apple expert witness said today that smartphone owners would be willing to pay a $100 premium for the features Apple is accusing Samsung of copying.
90 Seconds on The Verge: Monday, August 6th, 2012
Apple and Google's split continues, we go to Mars, and Wikipedia goes down. All in a day's work on 90 Seconds on The Verge.
IBM's VP of Emerging Technologies Rod Smith talks pre-crime divisions
Police are seeing big reductions in crime with the help of IBM's predictive policing technologies. VP of Emerging Technologies Rod Smith talks about where this pre-crime tech is headed.
Time Warner Cable paying Kansas City employees to spy on Google Fiber
Time Warner Cable is offering a $50 reward to its employees for information on the roll-out of Google Fiber in Kansas City.
The latest Chrome Dev channel release drops support for OS X 10.5 Leopard
Yesterday, the Google Chrome team released version 22.0.1201.0 for Mac, Windows, and Linux to the Dev channel, and while there weren't any details given on what features this release might contain, the team did note that it was incompatible with Mac OS X 10.5.
Watch this: PBS 'Off Book' explores worlds beyond the human eye
PBS' latest entry in its Off Book series explores how mankind has used technology to push the limits of human vision.
Galaxy S III to top 10 million sales next month, says Samsung
According to Reuters, Samsung's head of telecommunications JK Shin expects the Galaxy S III to top the 10 million unit mark by the end of July.