Starbucks will soon let you tip a barista straight from an iPhone. An update to the iOS Starbucks app, due March 19th, will allow customers in the US, UK, and Canada to tip digitally with their phones while paying for a coffee.
Authorities have yet to locate Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which mysteriously lost contact with air traffic control on over the weekend, but a satellite operator in the US hopes that crowdsourcing could help find it.
On March 12th, 1989, Sir Tim Berners-Lee put forth a proposal to make information sharing possible over computers, using nodes and links to create a "web" that would eventually stretch worldwide and become the modern internet.
Pono, the high-fidelity portable music player backed by Neil Young, is one step closer to reality; PonoMusic has already beaten its $800,000 Kickstarter target after launching the campaign less than 24 hours ago.
Now is the absolute worst time for Xbox Live to be down. Today marks the debut of Titanfall, the game that could make or break the Xbox One game console.
It's been a long time since Microsoft put out a new version of Office for Mac. Three-and-a-half years to be exact, and now the company is gearing up for another big update.
Amazon's streaming music service, which the company has been talking to record labels about for about a year, could come with listening limits when it launches.
How am I supposed to live without you? That was the question posed by legendary musician Michael Bolton.
Tesla was dealt a crushing blow in New Jersey today after the state's Motor Vehicle Commission passed a rule that will prevent the company from selling its electric cars directly to consumers starting in April.
Luxury automaker Rolls-Royce could soon begin building hybrid cars. According to Auto Express, the automaker is likely to begin making its first plug-in hybrid within three years — a claim strongly backed up by Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Müller-Otvos' thoughts on hybrid technology.
The first season of HBO's True Detective came to an end on Sunday, marking the conclusion of an eight-episode run that received widespread critical acclaim.
If you're the kind of person who spends a chunk of their day looking at animated GIFs, a pair of students from MIT want to use your skills to create a new universal language.
Ask any biologist and they'll tell you — whether they agree or not — that there's no conclusive evidence that crabs and lobsters feel pain.
Google launched the Add-on store today for Docs and Sheets, which basically gives you apps for your documents.
It's been just over a month since the creator of the surprisingly popular and exceedingly frustrating mobile game Flappy Bird pulled his creation from the App Store and Google Play.
If you're waiting with baited breath for the next episode of The Verge Mobile Show, you're going to have to wait a few more days.
With over $100 million in funding, Oculus has expanded its virtual reality ambitions a little bit. Now, the startup is also expanding its offices.
LEDs are already pretty tiny, but they just got a whole lot smaller. Researchers at the University of Washington have built what they say are the "thinnest-possible LEDs" — tiny lights that measure just three atoms thick.
The Fujifilm X-T1 is a mirrorless camera built with the serious photographer in mind. It has a compact body with lots of physical controls and the best electronic viewfinder ever built.
Instagram has always set a high bar for speed. While other photo apps add feature after feature, Instagram's updates generally come in the form of "Bug fixes and performance improvements." Instagram's latest update for Android, launching today, takes the same approach but on a much larger scale.