The US government's forecast for summer 2016 was released this week, and it's not pretty. Most of the continental United States has a good chance of a scorcher this year.
On Thursday, Illinois' Biometric Information Privacy Act was faced with a sudden and abrupt threat, with a new amendment introduced by State Senator Terry Link that would place severe limits on the bill's power. Facebook, Google and Snapchat are all facing lawsuits for violating the act, and the proposal would have stopped those lawsuits in a single stroke.
I should’ve known it was too good to last. It started out slow, as the best relationships often do, but I quickly found myself needing him more and more.
I don't care for IndyCar racing. This is a bad thing for me to admit, because every time I've done it in the past, I've gotten some very angry emails and tweets from IndyCar fans.
Welcome back to The Verge’s weekly musical roundup. I’m Jamieson, I’m still your host, and you might’ve noticed a small change: we’re running on a Saturday!
Critics agree that X-Men: Apocalypse is a troubled film. They just don’t entirely agree on the core issue.
After failing its first attempt, NASA will try once again to deploy its first expandable habitat. The space agency will start inflating the Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (BEAM) on Saturday morning, starting at 9AM ET.
Hours ago, SpaceX landed the first stage of one of its Falcon 9 rockets. It was the third time in a row that the company has landed one of these rocket boosters on a drone ship at sea, and the fourth overall.
You'll have to wait a little bit longer to explore the vast universe of No Man's Sky. Today developer Hello Games revealed that the game will now be coming out on August 9th in North America; it was previously planned to hit both the PS4 and PC next month.
It seems like player two always gets the short end of things, from getting second choice to always being second to play.
It's been a rough Friday for Jawbone — a Friday before a holiday weekend, at that! — with two different reports stating that the tech company is trying to sell its audio business and has stopped production of its Up fitness trackers.
ZTE will open 23 stores across China and Europe this year to better establish its smartphone brand, according to a report from Bloomberg.
SpaceX just successfully landed the first stage of its Falcon 9 rocket on a drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean.
Pebble plans to outfit all future Pebble watches with heart rate sensors. Fitness is apparently going to become a third and critical tenet of its smartwatch business, in addition to pushing through notifications and allowing for communication.
The inventor Ray Kurzweil made his name as a pioneer in technology that helped machines to understand human language, both written and spoken.
This podcast has spoilers for this week's episode of Game of Thrones! Proceed at your own risk. Like armies of the dead and crazy kings, you can't keep us out of Westeros!
I'm still grateful to simply live in a world where a VR champ like the GeForce GTX 1080 exists, but if you want to get a bit more serious you might want to look into MSI's Sea Hawk edition.
The scene in which Jon Snow came back to life on Game of Thrones seemed to last six years, and turns out, it did!
Jawbone is trying to sell its speaker business, according to Fortune. It reportedly hopes to offload its Jambox speakers to another company because it views the speaker market as small and saturated.
NASA's attempt at deploying the first inflatable habitat on the International Space Station failed yesterday because the habitat hit some higher-than-expected forces during its expansion, NASA officials said during a press briefing today.