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Pixel by Pixel: How Google is trying to focus and ship the future

At the Google I/O developer conference, the company took steps toward its vision of ambient computing, making its phones, watches, and software work...

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The Verge’s 2022 Spring Gift Guide

While most are likely thinking about dads, grads, and moms when gift giving this season, spring is sure to have its share of birthdays,...

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The Verge’s 2022 Graduation Gift Guide

For this year’s graduation gift guide, we’ve put together a list of items to help grads transition to the next phase of their lives, highlighting...

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The Verge’s 2022 Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Shopping for your mom might be difficult, and it’s easy to fall into old-fashioned cliches. We’ve gathered all kinds of gift ideas for the...

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Mark Zuckerberg’s augmented reality

The company Meta, formerly called Facebook, aims to release its first true pair of augmented reality glasses in 2024, along with a futuristic wrist...

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Steam Deck, one month later

One month and many updates later, has anything changed with Valve’s Steam Deck handheld gaming PC? We’re answering every question we can think of...

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How Robinhood’s Aparna Chennapragada is building the future of investing

Robinhood brings crypto and traditional investing together in one app. It also announced a cash card that lets you round up purchases to invest in...

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How WordPress and Tumblr are keeping the internet weird

CEO Matt Mullenweg on what it’s like to run Automattic— a collection of small companies that includes WordPress, Tumblr, Pocketcasts, Simplenote,...

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What platforms know — but don’t tell us — about the war on Ukraine

Brandon Silverman, co-founder and CEO of CrowdTangle, knows more about how stories spread than almost anyone. He has thoughts about Facebook,...

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The future of computers is only $4 away, with Raspberry Pi CEO Eben Upton

Plus, how to make a chip in a chip shortage, how to power everything from DIY projects to major corporations, and how to get kids excited about...

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There’s still nothing quite like Gran Turismo

Gran Turismo 7 launches on the PS5 and PS4 on March 4th, and while contenders like Forza Motorsport have appeared, the game manages to get at what...

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Inside Sonos’ decision to sue Google — and how it won

How Sonos is fighting to protect its patents against tech giants like Google and Amazon — from the courts to Congress. Plus, we grill CEO Patrick...

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Cooking at the end of the world in Final Fantasy XIV

In Final Fantasy 14: Endwalker, a series of Culinarian quests calls to mind Silicon Valley meal substitute tech like Soylent and MealSquares. This...

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Elden Ring is a sprawling fantasy epic so good I don’t want it to end

Elden Ring, created by Bloodborne developer FromSoftware, mixes elements of Dark Souls and Breath of the Wild into an open-world game that launches...

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Can the law keep up with crypto?

Remember all those crypto Super Bowl ads? Blockchain and law professor Tonya Evans weighs in on whether crypto has gone mainstream, and the copyright...

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I hid a $5,000 camera rig in Brooklyn

Camera trapping is the process of leaving a camera, flashes, and a trigger system out in the wild in the hopes that an animal will walk by and...

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What an NFL coaching scandal can teach tech about diversity

There are only four Black CEOs in the Fortune 500 and even fewer Black head coaches in the NFL. The NFL and tech are connected through their lack of...

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Netflix’s 2022 movie slate looks absolutely stacked

Knives Out 2, They Cloned Tyrone, and Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio are just some of the movies Netflix is dropping in what’s promising to be a...

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How one company took over the NFT trade

After backing from Andreessen Horowitz and years developing Ethereum smart contracts, OpenSea has become the biggest single player in buying and...

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Sony’s Bungie acquisition is all about Fortnite

Sony has acquired Bungie, the maker of Halo and Destiny. It’s a big deal that’s all about Fortnite and multiplatform games. Microsoft has...

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Your work Gmail is about to look different

Google’s integrated view for Gmail, which makes its Chat, Spaces, and Meet tools readily accessible alongside your email, will start to roll out in...

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The business of finding a better job, with Career Karma CEO Ruben Harris

Amidst the "Great Resignation," Career Karma will help you escape retail hell by finding you a job training program to get a new career....

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Intel takes a bite out of Apple

We’ve finally gotten to try out Intel’s new 12th Gen mobile processors in MSI’s GE76 Raider gaming laptop. Here’s what we think, after hours...

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The Verge’s 2022 Valentine’s Day gift guide

It’s almost time for Valentine’s Day, and to help you ensure that you’ve got the perfect gift to give on that special day, we’ve pulled...

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The biting lip emoji coming in iOS 15.4 will instantly make conversations awkward

The upcoming iOS 15.4 update will include 37 new emoji as well as new variations that should help make emoji more diverse. The new emoji are thanks...

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Galaxy S22: What to expect from Samsung’s February Unpacked

Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked is nearly upon us, and the Galaxy S22 rumors are heating up. On February 9th, we’re expecting to see the official...

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How to look your best on a video call

Since we’re all on Zoom, FaceTime, and other video chats these days, here are our tips for looking and sounding great during a call. As we approach...

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What comes after the smartphone, with Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon

Cristiano Amon is optimistic about everything — from 6G and moving past the chip shortage to expanding into new industries. Cristiano Amon is the...

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