While accepting the award for Best Hip-Hop Video at tonight's MTV Video Music Awards, Nicki Minaj held host Miley Cyrus accountable for comments she made in an interview with The New York Times on Thursday.
The music video for Taylor Swift's fifth single from 1989, "Wildest Dreams," premiered in the pre-show for MTV's Video Music Awards.
Wes Craven, the director behind horror classics like A Nightmare on Elm Street, The Hills Have Eyes, and Scream, has died after a battle with brain cancer.
On Saturday, presidential hopeful and Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) made an unusual campaign stop. Wearing his usual shades and messy curls, Paul posed with arms crossed in front of a controversial Utah data center belonging to the NSA.
The new Moto 360 smartwatch has been leaked from almost every angle already, but these renders from @evleaks are dandy.
The shifting sands of Netflix's streaming library are tough to measure in any given month, but recently it seems like its catalog has been on a steady march toward resembling the WalMart bargain DVD bin.
From Donald Trump's outrageous fantasies about Mexican criminality, to Jeb Bush's casual use of the term "anchor babies," it seems like Republican presidential candidates are competing to find new ways to offend a substantial portion of the US electorate.
There is a preconception that as a car gets larger, it gets softer and gentler; it disconnects you from the road; it places you gently on a cloud of nothingness while you glide down the highway protected by excessive sound insulation.
We're expecting to see a new Apple TV at the company's event on Wednesday, and it looks like the device will have a bump in price to accompany its list of rumored new features. 9to5Mac reports that the next-generation Apple TV will cost between $149 and $199 — a sizable jump from its current price of $69, and the first time the device will cost more than $100 in five years.
Earlier this year, we reported that Topps, the company that popularized trading cards, had come out with an app that let users collect and trade digital Star Wars trading cards.
When it comes to Hearthstone, a collectible card game you play online, I am a helpless addict. I battle late into the night and squeeze in a game or two over breakfast.
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.
Researchers have been working on creating self-healing materials for a while now, and if you look around YouTube, you can find a handful of videos of them in action.
Anthology series are the hot new format on TV. It's a weird name, but the term just describes shows like American Horror Story and True Detective that change their cast, setting, and story from season to season, while still maintaining the same themes and structure.
Verizon stopped offering on-contract plans to new customers this month, but it failed to do a good job of explaining what that meant for people who were already on a contract.
If you opened up Tidal last night, you would have found it streaming Lil Wayne’s Lil Weezyana Fest in New Orleans.
HTC's former CEO is still staying with the beleaguered phone company, but he's taking on another role at another firm: executive director for Digital Domain.
Dung beetles get shit done. Even in the dead of night, these poop-eating creatures can roll balls of fecal matter in a surprisingly straight line like it's the easiest task in the world.
Here's a phone that could make you want to switch back to BlackBerry. Over the past few months we've been hearing that BlackBerry is at work on an Android slider featuring one of its famous keyboards, and a few early renders have even leaked out.
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