It seems like everyone knows a person with a pirated copy of Photoshop. If you ask them why they don't pay for it, their answer probably amounted to something like this: Photoshop costs well over $1,000, and I use 10 percent of its features.
After years of negotiations and controversy, the United States has reached a deal with 11 other Pacific Rim nations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, The New York Times reports.
Jack Dorsey will drop the "interim CEO" title and become the permanent chief executive of Twitter. The company just announced the news and board members are placing their full support behind Dorsey, who will also remain CEO of Square.
Philips is finally ready to let Hue customers control their lighting through Siri. It's announcing a new Hue bridge today that adds in support for HomeKit, Apple's smart home platform, allowing customers who buy one to start controlling all Hue lights — new and old — through voice commands on an iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch.
Facebook today announced a partnership with French satellite operator Eutelsat to provide broadband internet to sub-Saharan Africa.
It’s shaping up to be another big week at The Verge. This is the week that Android Marshmallow starts rolling out to Google Nexus phones and tablets, and Tuesday we're expecting Microsoft to launch a new Surface Pro and a couple of high-end Lumia smartphones.
The FBI announced on Friday that it was launching a new strategy in collaboration with the Department of Justice, working with with third-party marketplaces — such as eBay and Amazon — to enforce intellectual property laws by giving them analytical tools to work out when people might be selling fake goods.
The Nobel Prize in Medicine has been jointly awarded to William C. Campbell and Satoshi Ōmura, for developing a therapy to treat infections from roundworm parasites, and Tu Youyou, for her discovery of a therapy to treat malaria.
The divisive response to Aaron Sorkin and Danny Boyle's new movie Steve Jobs from people who knew the Apple co-founder continues; a report in The Wall Street Journal claims that Laurene Powell Jobs, Steve's widow, tried to block the biopic by lobbying Sony and eventual distributor Universal against its release.
Apple and Google have once again topped Interbrand's annual ranking of the world's most valuable brands.
After the — ehm — dumpster fire that was Transformers: Age of Extinction, you might have expected that the series had run its course.
Apparently that Windows 10-powered Xbox One dashboard isn't the only new software feature gamers have to look forward to.
What do you do when you want to learn more about a new late night talk show host? Well, you're probably turning to Google, and Comedy Central knows it.
It may be possible to create male birth control by altering how sperm develop, according to new research published this week in Science.
Kelly Tortorice was already having a pretty special day: unlike the rest of us, she was at Valve's Headquarters in Bellevue, WA, testing out some pretty nifty unreleased virtual reality technology.
I write a decent amount about old technology for The Verge, which means wading through reams of newspaper scans, early web pages, and magazine back issues.
The DeltaWing project — a weird, narrow race car designed for minimum weight and drag — has a pretty tumultuous (if brief) history, passing between sponsors and powertrains, never winning a race since its 2012 debut.
This column is part of a series where Verge staffers post highly subjective reviews of animals. Up until now, we've written about animals without telling you whether they suck or rule.
It's no secret that TiVo has seen its fair share of troubles: after pioneering the DVR over a decade ago, the company could do little to stop cable companies from ultimately dominating the market with their similar DVRs leased directly to subscribers.
The Checker cab is coming back. Well, at least the brand is. A Massachusetts-based car parts company has secured the rights to use the classic trademark on cars, and it sounds like it's going to do it right.