The Chicago Sun-Times this week laid off all 28 of its staff photographers, and has reportedly begun training its remaining reporters on "iPhone photography basics." Media journalist Robert Feder first
The charitable work of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation was the focus of the Microsoft founder’s recent 60 Minutes interview with Charlie Rose, but the longtime richest man in the world got emotional
The new home for all things video on The Verge Today, we're thrilled to announce the launch of a major new component of The Verge, a home for all of our video content dubbed, appropriately, Verge Video.
I was wrong. One year ago I left the internet. I thought it was making me unproductive. I thought it lacked meaning. I thought it was "corrupting my soul." It's a been a year now since I "surfed the web"
Writing Dan Zak Photography Linda Davidson Illustration Jeffrey Smith April 30, 2013 Last summer, in the dead of night, three peace activists penetrated the exterior of Y-12 in Tennessee, supposedly one
One of the side effects of Google's decision to shut down Reader on July 1st is that numerous mobile and desktop apps are now scrambling for a new way to provide value to their users. Reeder, one of the
In the background of flurries of punching, kicking, and special moves, fighting games have a long history of taking players on an exotic tour of the world. Reddit user RudeBootie has put together a collection
J.J. Abrams' production company Bad Robot has quickly become known for series like Lost and Super 8 that are rooted in smart, sci-fi concepts — and the company is now teaming up with pop-culture exhibitor
Danny Madden's Euphonia tells the story of a high schooler who, after purchasing a sound recording device, becomes obsessed with experiencing the world through sound bites. Writing about the film in January,
Reddit General Manager Erik Martin has apologized for the Reddit community's reaction to the Boston Marathon bombings, after amateur investigators frustrated the public and law enforcement with a flood