Nike designer Tinker Hatfield declared earlier this year that he expects self-lacing shoes like those seen in "Back to the Future: Part II" to become reality by 2015, which also happens to be the future
Go to the website for Amazon's newest product, a virtual assistant, and you'll read about many features: built-in speakers, seven microphones for capturing your voice, and a brain in the cloud that will
When the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were announced, many Android fans laughed at the “pitiful” 1GB of RAM of Apple’s flagship smartphone, when Android flagships tended to ship with 2GB and sometimes more.
Wikimedia As we have discussed in the past, a number of companies are rushing their 5G technology without any idea what 5G means nor the ability to currently provide solid 4G speeds. Some are even marketing
YouTube is taking on Spotify with a new streaming music service called YouTube Music Key, which will launch this week. The service will offer a mixture of audio and video streams, including full albums
More than 200,000 aspiring space explorers volunteered for a one-way trip to Mars. Are they insane? Editor's note: Mars One recently narrowed its pool of candidates to 100 people--many of whom we featured
Just because you can do something, should you? Samsung thinks so. Its second experimentally screened phone taps into its hardware R&D and production clout to offer something not many other companies can
It even extends to print ads and television commercials. That time used to be 9:42. You could see it across various commercials, print ads, and even on Apple's website. The explanation was simple: That's
1. Emergency Health ID Powered by Apple’s new HealthKit, Emergency Health ID allows anyone to access basic and potentially life-saving health information from your iPhone’s lock screen. To set it up, the
Did someone say poor battery life and resource hogging bloatware? These are all too familiar complaints in the world of Android, so you might be interested in this little collection of the biggest culprits.
We asked seven women to describe their hottest hookups. Their stories should give you some ideas A lot goes into great sex: Affection, attraction, anticipation, location, surprise, and much more. To spur
She has a Plan B in mind—but should you even care? Turns out you might have an understudy. There’s a 50-50 chance your wife or girlfriend has a “backup” boyfriend in mind in case things with you don’t
A few years ago, Motorola split into two parts. One of those parts made lots of things that Verge readers care about — phones, mainly — and ended up getting bought by Google before landing in Lenovo's
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A few years ago, it seemed like a very real possibility that Sony's PS4 and Microsoft's Xbox One would indeed do what most gamers feared, and ditch physical discs for purely digital download-based consoles.
The smartphone maker recently unveiled its first standalone camera, the $199 Re, which is meant to serve the same purposes as a GoPro but for the everyday consumer. When HTC unveiled the device in October,
Even more difficult? Landing on the surface of a tiny, spinning, rocky comet. Humans have never landed on a comet before, but the European Space Agency hopes to on Nov. 12 in what might be the hardest
Between 27 October and 2 November, 22% of all albums sold in the United States were copies of Taylor Swift’s 1989. The singer’s massive first-week sales, higher than any other release since 2002, made