Ever since Twitter first launched, tweets have been organized in reverse chronological order. That's one of the more straightforward aspects of a service that's become too complicated through the years.
Apple has filed for a mistrial in a patent infringement suit just days after being ordered to pay $625.6 million in damages.
While the release of Rihanna's new album ANTI was messier than many people expected, the album's leak and Tidal exclusivity haven't had much of a negative impact on the album's sales.
Kvetching over Twitter's fate follows a familiar cycle by now: will it survive? How will it get new users?
Welcome back to The Verge’s weekly musical roundup. I’m Jamieson, I’m still your host, and we’re wrapping up an impressive week in the world of hip-hop.
We've seen Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket land multiple times from just about every angle — but now we can see what the trip is like from the rocket's point of view.
Lionsgate has plans to turn a ball of yarn, three matches, a bubble gum wrapper, and this nose hair into a MacGyver film.
One week ago, Apple CEO Tim Cook mentioned to investors that he finds virtual reality "really cool" and believes it won't remain "a niche." And hey, now it's a week later and Apple is selling a virtual-reality headset on its website.
Twitter is coming clean about its efforts to fight terrorist-aligned accounts. In a new blog post, the company details a push towards fighting accounts aligned with violent extremist groups like ISIS, including increasing the size that manages reports and employing automated spam-fighting tools to locate offending accounts more efficiently.
The FCC's net neutrality rules, passed last year, explicitly ban internet providers from a number of discriminatory measures like throttling and blocking, but there's evidently a huge loophole that every major wireless carrier in the US has rushed to exploit.
Tim Peake became the first official British astronaut when he launched to the International Space Station in December.
Traffic fatalities in the US, for the first nine months of 2015, rose 9.3 percent from the year prior.
Liz and Emily are back on their proper coasts — finally — and from this perspective, it becomes clear the '90s are back.
Apple is facing renewed criticism over an old problem called Error 53, which has been breaking phones repaired by third-party repair shops. A new story from The Guardian focuses on journalist Antonio Olmos, who broke his phone screen while covering the refugee crisis and was forced to have it repaired in a third-party store.
Airbnb envisions everyone’s home as the hotel room of the future — a cheap and unique place to crash in almost every country in the world at any time.
The bodies we trust to deliver an accurate, historical commercial record are doing their best to keep up with an industry that's changing every day, but they can't really help but fall behind.
They should change the name of Saturday Night Live to Saturday Night Fever because the late-night show is feelin' the Bern.
FCC filings spotted by IEEE Spectrum suggest that Google is in the process of installing wireless charging systems at its headquarters campus and the nearby Castle facility — a former Air Force base where the company tests its self-driving cars.
BlackBerry's woes continue. The company has confirmed to The Verge that is is laying off "a small number" of employees in its Waterloo headquarters and in Sunrise, FL.
As the United States cracks down on daily fantasy sports sites, a major player is attempting an expansion: DraftKings officially launched in the United Kingdom today.