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Why Spotify bought Joe Rogan’s podcast
Spotify announced this week that Joe Rogan’s enormously successful show, The Joe Rogan Experience, will become a Spotify-exclusive. Combined with a blockbuster spree of other podcast acquisitions over the last year and a half, the company is now set up to become the biggest name in podcasting - and maybe audio overall.
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Surface Earbuds review: too little, too late
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The Surface Earbuds - back in October, Microsoft announced these tiny PopSocket-looking satellite dish things for your ears. It’s the company’s first attempt at a fully wireless in-ear bud and seven months later they are finally available for an asking price of $200. But in the time they were announced to the time they were released, we have seen a lot happen in the wireless earbud world and th...
Surface Book 3 (13.5-inch) first look
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Microsoft updated the Surface Book 3 with new 10th Gen Intel processors and new GPU options. In this first look, Dieter Bohn talks about the whole idea of this laptop with a detachable screen. If your laptop screen turns into a tablet, what are the tradeoffs? Read more: bit.ly/3e0YsA8 If you buy something from a Verge link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics policy: bit.ly/2TQsqjB ...
Surface Go 2 review: don't push it
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The Surface Go 2, Microsoft’s new tiny Windows 10 tablet, comes in two configurations: one is slow and starts at $500 with the keyboard, and the other is a little faster and starts at $730 with the keyboard. It’s adorable, but Intel’s processors hold it back. Read the full review: bit.ly/2WA6SbP If you buy something from a Verge link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics policy: bit....
TCL 10 Pro review: the TV brand takes on phones
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The TCL 10 Pro is bringing the brand into the world of smartphones. TCL has made a name for itself in the world of TVs, but the brand is relatively unknown when it comes to phones. The TCL 10 Pro is an attempt to change that. It’s got a high-end design paired with mid-range specs, but is it enough to put TCL on the map? Update: That Google Assistant button on the side of the phone? Turns out yo...
Samsung Galaxy A51 review: almost
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Samsung's new Galaxy A51 costs $399 and makes a big 6.5-inch screen affordable. It has a 48-megapixel camera, 4,000mAh battery, and is part of a big push to make Samsung's most popular phone line worldwide more common in the US. Samsung's mantra is that it has an "awesome screen, awesome camera, long-lasting battery life," but not all of those claims are true, as you'll see in this review. Read...
MacBook Pro 13-inch (2020) first look
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The new 13-inch MacBook Pro has a Magic Keyboard and the option to get a 10th Gen Intel Core processor. Apple has finally killed the butterfly keyboard. In our early testing it performs way better than expected. This is more than a spec bump. Read more: bit.ly/3dhfE4a If you buy something from a Verge link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics policy: bit.ly/2TQsqjB Buy the new 13-in...
What happens when AI stops playing games? [Paid Content for IBM]
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The question, “can a machine be made to think like a person?” has always been tied to strategy games. Games, with their clear rules and obvious winners and losers, were perfect proving grounds for early computer scientists, who could break them down into clearly defined problem sets. Audiences could marvel at the progress of man vs machine face offs, even if they didn’t fully understand the und...
Surface Go 2 first look: 3 big upgrades
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The Surface Go 2 is the latest small tablet from Microsoft. It has been updated with slimmer bezels, better battery life, and updated processors. The Surface Go 2 is about the same size as the 11” iPad Pro 2020 and uses the same removable keyboard from the last generation. The price will start at $399 and be available on May 12th. Stay tuned to The Verge for our full review coming soon. Read mo...
DJI Mavic Air 2 review: a video director’s perspective
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DJI's new Mavic Air 2 is the best drone to buy under $1,000. It has smarter features, better image quality, and longer flight times than the first Air, but it still folds down into something you can easily throw in a bag. Vjeran Pavic has the review. Read the full review here: bit.ly/35olnlZ Vox Media has affiliate partnerships. These do not influence editorial content, though Vox Media may ear...
Why unemployment sites crash but Netflix doesn’t
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State unemployment insurance systems are getting crushed by a flood of applicants, cutting off people at the worst possible time. But why can’t those systems scale up like Netflix or Zoom? Figuring out the answer means diving deep into the way those systems were coded, and the mixed blessing of COBOL. Read Makena Kelly's piece here: bit.ly/3eX2F9n Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Face...
Google Pixel Buds (2020) review: mic test included
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With Google’s new Pixel Buds, there is one thing we didn’t know all of our other earbuds were missing - a completely hands-free Google Assistant built in. While they have their flaws, they are available starting today, in clearly white, for $179 with Almost Black, Quite Mint and Oh so Orange coming “later” says Google. Read the full review here: bit.ly/2YbKGpY Listen to Becca’s playlist here: s...
Motorola Edge Plus hands-on: back in the game
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The Motorola Edge Plus is the company's most powerful phone in years. Motorola is getting back in the flagship phone game and the Edge Plus has specs to match the best Android phones around, like the Galaxy S20 and OnePlus 8 Pro, including a 108-megapixel camera. Learn more: bit.ly/2yCVy57 Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Subscribe to Verge Science: bit.ly/2FqJZMl Read More: www.theverge.com Community ...
iPhone SE (2020) Review: everything you need
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Apple's new iPhone SE has a 4.7-inch screen and it has the most powerful phone processor, the A13 Bionic. The camera is good in bright light but needs some work in low light. Overall at $399, this phone is one of the best values around. Plus, it should get iOS software updates for many years. Read the full review here: bit.ly/2VwIXtD Vox Media has affiliate partnerships. These do not influence ...
Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro review
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Apple’s new Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro makes it easy to turn a tablet into a laptop. But it’s expensive, heavy, and more limited than you might expect. Still, if you want to convert an iPad into a laptop, it’s the best option available. Read the full review here: bit.ly/3eFtAGO Vox Media has affiliate partnerships. These do not influence editorial content, though Vox Media may earn commissions...
How your phone will track coronavirus
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Apple and Google are working together in the face of a global pandemic. To track and fight new cases of coronavirus, the companies plan to create a new system for public health apps, eventually built straight into iOS and Android. The system can track the people you have come in contact with via Bluetooth. If one of those people is diagnosed with COVID-19, you'll be alerted and told to self-iso...
OnePlus 8 Pro review: high expectations
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The OnePlus 8 Pro is the first OnePlus phone with wireless charging. It has 5G, a 120Hz refresh rate on the display, and it's super fast. It's the phone designed to take on the Samsung Galaxy S20, and it more than holds its own. Just a little more work on the camera and it's there. Read the full review here: bit.ly/2wBekt4 Vox Media has affiliate partnerships. These do not influence editorial c...
OnePlus 8 review: a familiar formula
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The OnePlus 8 is the less expensive of the two devices OnePlus announced today. It might not have the IP-rating or wireless charging of the 8 Pro, but it’s still a capable phone in its own right, with a stunning screen, great performance, and solid battery life. It’ll retail starting at $699. Clarification: The unlocked model doesn’t have an IP rating, but carrier versions do. In this video, we...
How to improve your video calls in 5 minutes
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From virtual weddings to work meetings, we all suddenly have to be on camera in our homes, and as a Verge video director and host, Becca Farsace is no stranger to having to be camera ready at all times and in imperfect spaces. Here are some tips and tricks to becoming the video call MVP you were meant to be. Read more: bit.ly/3c2Fybm Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2...
How Zoom became a household name
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Zoom has become a video calling software sensation because of the pandemic. It’s free and easy to use, which has helped it become successful, but those same benefits also introduce security and privacy risks. Learn more: bit.ly/2R7GoLV Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Twitter: goo.gl/XTWX61 Follow on Instagram: goo.gl/7ZeLvX Why'd You Push That Button...
Tech supply chains are still a complete mess
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The novel coronavirus outbreak has put the world’s biggest cities into lockdown and thrown tech manufacturing into chaos. And because of the high-speed, low-inventory theory of lean manufacturing, it could take a long time for the industry to bounce back. Learn more: bit.ly/33PBrMD Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Twitter: goo.gl/XTWX61 Follow on Inst...
MacBook Air 2020 review: the best Mac for most people
Views 4472 months ago
Apple’s 2020 MacBook Air comes with the new scissor-switch keyboard the company introduced in the 16-inch MacBook Pro, and the processors have been upgraded to Intel’s new 10th-generation parts. Apple’s also lowered the price by $100, with the new MacBook Air now starting at $999. Nilay Patel has the full review. Read more: bit.ly/39k2G3f Vox Media has affiliate partnerships. These do not influ...
The world’s most exclusive mechanical keyboards
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Nathan Kim, aka Taeha Types, is at the forefront of the custom mechanical keyboard scene. He has found a unique niche that combines bespoke product design with a growing interest in the broader gaming community for high-end, personalized keyboards. Online streaming of his high-priced keyboard builds featuring rare and limited-run components has led to designing custom accessories for some of th...
iPad Pro (2020) review: beyond the trackpad
Views 4382 months ago
Dieter Bohn reviews Apple’s new iPad Pro tablets for 2020. There are minor updates this year, with a new wide-angle camera, support for a trackpad, and LiDAR for augmented reality. There’s more than enough hardware power for nearly anybody here, but is there a reason to upgrade? Read the full review here: bit.ly/2wCbKDh Vox Media has affiliate partnerships. These do not influence editorial cont...
Samsung Galaxy S20 review: better than the Ultra
Views 8222 months ago
Samsung says the Galaxy S20 is the start of a whole new generation, but in our review, Dieter Bohn thinks it's a little more evolutionary than that - it's more of an S11. Still, the new camera system works, the 5G is nice to have, and the 120Hz screen is great. Unlike with the S20 Ultra, Samsung isn't over extending itself. Read the full review here: bit.ly/3cM78dY Vox Media has affiliate partn...
Unfolding the first trifold phone
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Foldable phones are yesterday’s news. TCL had two new prototypes to show off: a trifold foldable that can unfold from a 6.55-inch phone into a 10-inch tablet, and a very early concept for its sliding, rollable phone that had leaked back in February. Read more about TCL's new foldable here: bit.ly/32Rax6N Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Subscribe to Verge Science: bit.ly/2FqJZMl Read More: www.theverge...
Six professionals review the Mac Pro
Views 4822 months ago
Apple's Mac Pro is not a single product. There are no stock configurations aside from the it-has-to-start-somewhere $5,999 base setup. Customers can configure almost every Mac Pro to order, all the way up to a top spec with a 28-core Intel Xeon W processor and two AMD Radeon Pro Vega II Duo GPUs that hovers near $54,000. Reviewing the new Mac Pro has been an interesting challenge. Read the full...
Galaxy S20 Ultra review: something to prove
Views 6363 months ago
Samsung's new Galaxy S20 Ultra is a lot of phone: a lot of megapixels, a huge screen, a high refresh rate, the big battery, and something to prove. Can it beat OnePlus for screen, the Pixel 4 for camera, or the iPhone 11 Pro for video? In this review, Dieter Bohn answers all of those questions. Read more here: bit.ly/2uwC14K Vox Media has affiliate partnerships. These do not influence editorial...
Galaxy Buds Plus review: better sound, fantastic battery life
Views 2493 months ago
Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus are the company’s latest true wireless earbuds. Compared to the original Galaxy Buds, they have improved sound quality and a much longer 11-hour battery life. They’re also far better at voice calls. Check out the full review here: bit.ly/2PgS9P2 Vox Media has affiliate partnerships. These do not influence editorial content, though Vox Media may earn commissions for prod...
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip review: temper your expectations
Views 3653 months ago
Samsung has another folding phone, and this time it's the Galaxy Z Flip. Dieter Bohn reviews the screen, the hinge, and the cameras. It may not be worth $1380, but you can see that we're getting close to folding screens becoming "normal." Vox Media has affiliate partnerships. These do not influence editorial content, though Vox Media may earn commissions for products purchased via affiliate lin...
Android 11 developer preview first look
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Google has announced an early developer preview of Android 11, the next version of Android. The changes so far are mostly for developers, but there’s a few neat new features, like chat Bubbles, better app permissions, and more. Learn more: bit.ly/38JalIW Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Subscribe to Verge Science: bit.ly/2FqJZMl Read More: www.theverge.com Community guidelines: bit.ly/2D0hlAv Wallpaper...
Motorola Razr review: flip flop
Views 2303 months ago
The Motorola Razr is finally here and Dieter Bohn has a full review. The big question is how much is the foldable worth? Is it worth $1500 as a Verizon exclusive? Not for what you get: mediocre cameras, sub-par battery, and a weird-feeling screen. Better luck next time, goodbye Moto. Learn more: bit.ly/31P28QC Vox Media has affiliate partnerships. These do not influence editorial content, thoug...
Galaxy Z Flip vs. Motorola Razr: no contest
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Dieter Bohn brought Motorola’s flip phone to Samsung’s big event to compare it to the Z Flip. Every mistake the Razr makes - and they are myriad - the Z Flip avoids. Samsung’s foldable doesn’t creak, likely has better cameras, has a bigger battery and wireless charging, a faster processor, and a glass screen. Read more: bit.ly/2SF6MN6 The biggest announcements from Samsung’s Galaxy S20 event: b...
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip hands-on
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Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Z Flip, its second folding phone. This phone’s big improvement over foldables to date is the use of a glass screen, and it definitely feels a whole lot nicer. It feels like glass, and it can’t be easily marked up by a fingernail like the plastic screens used to date. For more about the Galaxy Z Flip: bit.ly/37oN0ed The biggest announcements from Samsung’s Galaxy S20 ...
Samsung Galaxy S20 event in under 6 minutes
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Samsung's Unpacked 2020 hardware event was packed full of announcements. The foldable Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra took center stage. Samsung spent a majority of the time diving deep into the camera capabilities of its new phones. Get all the announcements here: bit.ly/2ONKbN7 Galaxy Z Flip hands-on: bit.ly/37oN0ed Samsung’s Galaxy S20 and S20 Ultra hands-on: b...
Samsung Galaxy S20 and S20 Ultra hands-on
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Samsung announced its latest flagship phones, the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, and Galaxy S20 Ultra. The camera system is the big, new thing, plus a 120Hz screen. Dieter Bohn goes hands-on with the new phones, their wild zoom lenses, and more. They’ll be available March 6th with prices ranging from $999.99 to $1,599.99, and with preorders beginning February 21st. Read more about the Galaxy S20:...
The Moto G Stylus is a $300 Note 10 alternative
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Motorola’s budget Moto G phones are some of the best for the price. The new Moto G Stylus and G Power make them even better, with bigger screens, more cameras, and better specs. Read more about the Moto G Stylus: bit.ly/38e7mbi Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Twitter: goo.gl/XTWX61 Follow on Instagram: goo.gl/7ZeLvX Why'd You Push That Button Podcast...
Bad voting tech is ruining US elections
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The Iowa Caucuses kicked off the Democratic primary on February 3, 2020 but because of a bad app, it took days to report results. It’s a bad sign for 2020, and a look at just how fragile our election infrastructure has gotten but the problem is even bigger than you think. Learn more: bit.ly/2GXHlRm Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Twitter: goo.gl/XTWX...
Microsoft accidentally made a great Chromebook
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Now that the new Chromium version of the Microsoft Edge browser has a native ARM beta, Dieter Bohn gives the Surface Pro X another go. What happens when you use it like a "Chromebook," only using the Edge browser and web apps whenever possible? It ends up being a lot nicer than you might think! Vox Media has affiliate partnerships. These do not influence editorial content, though Vox Media may ...
Exclusive look at Cruise’s first fully driverless car
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Cruise, the self-driving subsidiary of General Motors, revealed its first vehicle to operate without a human driver, the Cruise Origin. The vehicle, which lacks a steering wheel and pedals, is designed to be more spacious and passenger-friendly than typical self-driving cars. Cruise says the electric vehicle will be deployed as part of a ride-hailing service, but declined to say when that might...
The electric skateboard trying to dethrone Boosted
Views 1674 months ago
The Dot electric skateboards have three models; Compact, Cruiser, and Transporter. The motors, batteries, and wheels are customizable depending on how much range and speed you want. While the board’s hub motors allow them to cruise freely like a traditional skateboard, we discovered that the regenerative braking system has one big flaw. Learn more: bit.ly/30tHZ21 Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like T...
Insta360 One R: GoPro Hero 8 meets the GoPro Max
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Like Insta360’s prior cameras, the Insta360 One R is capable of shooting 360 degrees of footage. But it’s also a standard 4K action camera. For someone on the fence about taking a full leap into buying a 360 camera, this is the perfect in-between device. Learn more: bit.ly/30mW2qc Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Twitter: goo.gl/XTWX61 Follow on Insta...
The future of foldable PCs at CES 2020
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CES 2020 has demonstrated the state of foldable screen technology. We look at Intel's Horseshoe Bend prototype, Dell's Concept Ori and Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Fold. On one hand, the showings have convinced me that these products will be a big deal at some point. On the other, they’ve convinced me that that point is some way off. Learn more: bit.ly/39T36PB Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on...
Inside Byton's electric car with a 48-inch screen
Views 2214 months ago
Chinese EV startup Byton returned to the Consumer Electronics Show this year with its electric SUV, the M-Byte. The Verge's Sean O'Kane got a chance to drive the M-Byte and see what it's like to be behind the wheel of a car with a massive 48-inch dashboard display. Learn more: bit.ly/2sT6oBQ Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Twitter: goo.gl/XTWX61 Foll...
Sony Vision-S concept car first look
Views 4064 months ago
Sony made a car. That's right, the Japanese tech conglomerate surprised everyone at CES 2020 when it announced the Sony Vision-S, an electric concept car that's chock full of screens, sensors, and all sorts of technology the company is known for. Sony doesn't plan to mass-produce the car, but it's certainly turned a ton of heads at this year's show. Learn more: bit.ly/302pvW1 Subscribe: goo.gl/...
Segway S-Pod looks weird, but it's really fun
Views 3024 months ago
The S-Pod is like a traditional Segway that you can sit in. The new egg-shaped two-wheeler from Segway-Ninebot is meant to let people sit while they effortlessly cruise around campuses, theme parks, airports, and maybe even cities. Instead of leaning to move, though, it’s controlled by a small joystick. And it has an eye-popping top speed of 24 miles per hour. Learn more: bit.ly/2QxjJsr Subscri...
OnePlus Concept One hands-on: disappearing camera
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OnePlus has created a concept phone in collaboration with McLaren that has a special electrochromic glass panel on the back. It makes the cameras disappear under an opaque pane of glass, then when you open the camera app they appear. It also works as an ND filter. Learn more: bit.ly/2N36opC Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Twitter: goo.gl/XTWX61 Follo...
Exclusive: Inside Intel’s tiny modular gaming PC
Views 2674 months ago
Inside Intel’s NUC 9 Extreme, a.k.a “Ghost Canyon” ⁠- a remarkably small 5-liter desktop gaming PC that nonetheless allows you to upgrade all of its internals easily. Arguably, easier than existing desktop computers, because Intel’s NUC Element board puts your CPU, memory modules, SSDs and more into a single modular cartridge. It’s coming this March for north of $1,300, and Intel’s partners wil...
Mercedes-Benz Avatar car first look
Views 5714 months ago
Mercedes-Benz has unveiled one of the most ridiculous things we'll see at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show: a concept car inspired by the movie Avatar. Called the Mercedes-Benz Vision AVTR, the wild-looking concept has scales on its back, big wheels that can drive sideways or even diagonally, and was created in partnership with the team behind the Avatar movies. Read more: bit.ly/2Fr0rOS Subs...
Impossible Foods Pork first taste at CES 2020
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Impossible Foods is expanding its fake meat options beyond burgers - it’s moving into pork. We visited Kumi, a Japanese restaurant in Las Vegas to see how Impossible Pork imitates meat and found that it does provide a savory base of protein for a lot of foods that traditionally call for pork. Read more: bit.ly/2TbvJBN Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on ...
Samsung CES 2020 keynote in under 6 minutes
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Samsung’s CES 2020 press conference featured robots, exoskeletons, AI, augmented reality, smart cities, and basically every other technology category you could think of. The star of the show was the robotic sphere Ballie. Samsung also showed off an augmented reality demo featuring its new GEMS exoskeleton and AR glasses. Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow ...
Sony at CES 2020 in under 6 minutes
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Sony’s CES 2020 press conference in Las Vegas on Monday was a brief one, but it had some big news in the gaming and, believe it or not, auto department. Sony gave us our first glimpse at the new PlayStation 5 logo, and it shared some new sales milestones for the PS4 and PSVR virtual reality headset. But it’s biggest surprise was a new electric concept car called the Vision-S. Yes, Sony made a c...
Alienware turned a gaming PC into a Nintendo Switch
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Alienware builds desktops and laptops, and at CES 2020, the company showed off its vision for the future of portable gaming, the Concept UFO prototype. It looks a whole lot like a Nintendo Switch, except that its a full Windows 10 gaming PC that can play nearly any major PC game, anywhere. Learn more: bit.ly/2N090og Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Tw...
Dell’s new foldable PCs are all screens
Views 6004 months ago
Dell’s Concept Ori and Concept Duet laptops imagine a foldable and dual-screen future at CES 2020, with new designs that ditch keyboards for a device that’s entirely made of screen. Learn more: bit.ly/2ZXxPGD Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Twitter: goo.gl/XTWX61 Follow on Instagram: goo.gl/7ZeLvX Why'd You Push That Button Podcast: pod.link/12952897...
Why the new TCL phones matter
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TCL is announcing three new phones under its own brand name: the TCL 10 Pro, TCL 10L, and TCL 10 5G. It’s also showing off another folding phone prototype. It’s a big moment for the company, but potentially a big moment for Android. TCL’s entry represents a big brand aiming to bring high-quality phones into the sub-$500 category. Read more: bit.ly/39Ktnzp Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge...
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold hands-on
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Lenovo’s foldable OLED PC prototype last year now has a name, a price, and a vague shipping date. The ThinkPad X1 Fold will be available mid-2020 for $2,499 - but how’s it shaping up? Read more: bit.ly/2uoJ5QF Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Twitter: goo.gl/XTWX61 Follow on Instagram: goo.gl/7ZeLvX Why'd You Push That Button Podcast: pod.link/1295289...
LG at CES 2020 in under 12 minutes
Views 3364 months ago
In its press conference at CES 2020 today, LG presented its upcoming lines of TVs and kitchen appliances for the coming year. This year, the emphasis was on AI and 8K. Read more: bit.ly/2rYQt4i Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Twitter: goo.gl/XTWX61 Follow on Instagram: goo.gl/7ZeLvX Why'd You Push That Button Podcast: pod.link/1295289748 The Vergecas...
Samsung Galaxy Chromebook hands-on: ultra premium and super red
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Samsung has introduced the Galaxy Chromebook at CES 2020, a $999 laptop with incredible hardware and specs to match. 4K AMOLED screen, 10th-gen Intel processor, a stylus, and plenty of RAM. It’s the nicest laptop we’ve seen in a long time, but that doesn’t mean you should buy it. Read more: bit.ly/2QUGFRc Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Twitter: goo....
Samsung's new 8K bezel-less and rotating TVs at CES 2020
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At CES 2020, Samsung announced its new lineup of TVs. At the top is a stunning 8K QLED TV with bezels that are nearly invisible. And there’s also The Sero, a 43-inch TV that rotates vertically to play content from your phone. Read more: bit.ly/35s2PQ4 Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Twitter: goo.gl/XTWX61 Follow on Instagram: goo.gl/7ZeLvX Why'd You ...
Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite hands-on: but why?
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Samsung announced two new Galaxy phones: the S10 Lite and the Note 10 Lite. “S” and “Note,” in Samsung parlance, usually mean “really high-end.” These two phones are not that. After spending a half-hour poking around at both of them, I am able to understand why Samsung made them. But I am still deeply confused about some of the decisions Samsung made here. Read more: bit.ly/2rWb1dF Subscribe: g...
Inside Ikea’s big bet on smart home tech
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For seven years, Ikea has treated the smart home as a hobby. That’s changing now that Björn Block’s Home Smart division has been promoted to the same importance as Living Room, Bedroom, and all the other Ikea businesses that have come to define the company. Ikea faces the challenge of teaming up with Google, Amazon, Apple, and other tech giants while also battling them for primacy in the home. ...
Google and YouTube moderators speak out
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Google is known for being one of the best places to work. But for the many content moderators working for Google and TheXvid, the job is traumatic. And even the best workplace conditions don’t make up for the fact that many moderators suffer long term psychological consequences of doing this job. The Verge traveled to Washington, DC and Austin, TX to speak to a former full time google moderator...
Robocalls are finally getting blocked
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Robocalls have taken over the phone network, and we’re only now figuring out how to block them - but it took aggressive action from the FCC and carriers like AT&T and Verizon to make it happen. Read more: bit.ly/2PEXYVR Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Twitter: goo.gl/XTWX61 Follow on Instagram: goo.gl/7ZeLvX Why'd You Push That Button Podcast: pod.li...
This drone does what DJI can't
Views 4025 months ago
The Skydio 2 sets a new bar for flying drone cameras - because it flies itself and it can automatically dodge obstacles even when you’re in control. This $999 drone is constantly mapping out the world around it with an array of cameras. But with its dizzying array of controllers and control schemes, who is it actually for? That’s what we set out to discover. Read more: bit.ly/34eQ76y Subscribe:...
I took a ride in Waymo’s fully driverless car
Views 3885 months ago
Waymo’s fully driverless vehicles are doing passenger trips in the suburbs outside Phoenix, Arizona. We got to experience it first hand, and our ride included a close brush with a construction site, a wrong turn, and a flock of pigeons. But more importantly, it got us thinking about what it means when Waymo says the future is driverless, and what we lose when we eliminate human driving. Read mo...
How Disney+ is winning with The Mandalorian
Views 2205 months ago
The Mandalorian is the most popular show on Disney - and also the biggest television series overall right now. A big part of that is Baby Yoda. He’s cute, charming, and makes us want to watch week-after-week. He’s also a way for Disney to sell merchandise and capitalize on a character that immediately makes us go, “I want it.” Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc F...
The electric Porsche Taycan is ready to take on Tesla
Views 4056 months ago
Porsche’s first electric car, the Taycan, is finally here. The storied German sports car manufacturer has made an electric performance car that makes a few sacrifices compared to its combustion engine counterparts. The Verge’s Senior Reporter Sean O’Kane took one of the first pre-production Taycans for a five-hour drive through the mountains east of Los Angeles, California to get a taste of Por...
Why electric scooters are illegal in New York and London
Views 2956 months ago
Spend any time in New York or London and you’ll come across dozens of people whizzing along each city’s streets on electric scooters. Yet, despite their popularity, e-scooters are technically illegal in both places, and the politicians with the power to change things are in no rush to do so. So what's the hold up? Read more: bit.ly/37AlBHo Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: go...
Tesla Cybertruck first ride: inside the electric pickup
Views 66 months ago
Tesla unveiled the Cybertruck, its long-awaited electric pickup truck, and it's possibly even more cyberpunk than CEO Elon Musk said it would be. Mashing up Blade Runner vibes with range and performance, the truck is already one of the company's most polarizing products. The Verge senior reporter Sean O'Kane was at the unveiling and got one of the first rides in the outrageous new truck. Read m...
Tesla Cybertruck event in 5 minutes
Views 146 months ago
Tesla CEO Elon Musk just unveiled the Cybertruck, the company’s first electric pickup truck. There will be three versions of the truck - 250 miles, 300 miles, and 500 miles of range - with a variety of towing capacities and 0-60 mph capabilities. Musk unveiled the truck at a cyberpunk-inspired event with many, many lasers, and even a surprise ATV. Read more about the Tesla pickup truck: bit.ly/...
The MacBook Pro 16-inch is the one you’ve been waiting for
Views 6846 months ago
Apple fixed the things we wanted it to on the 16-inch MacBook Pro: the keyboard is back to the scissor switches, there are better thermals on the processor, and heck - the Esc key is back! We break everything down in this review. Jonathan Morrison tested Final Cut Pro X on the new 16-inch MacBook Pro. Check it out: thexvid.com/video/wz3uTlRb9vE/video.html You can also read the full review here:...
Ford is chasing Tesla with an electric Mustang SUV
Views 9726 months ago
Ford unveiled an electric Mustang SUV called the Mach-E. With up to 300 miles of range, and a price tag that starts at $43,895 before incentives, the company’s first mass-market EV looks like it will be a popular premium electric option when it goes on sale in late 2020. The Verge’s senior transportation reporter Sean O’Kane was in Los Angeles to experience the new EV up close. Read more: bit.l...
Motorola Razr hands-on: the foldable phone we’ve wanted
Views 16 months ago
The Motorola Razr flip phone is back, but now it’s an Android smartphone with a foldable display. The 2019 Razr keeps the same general form factor, but replaces the T-9 keypad and small LCD with a 6.2-inch, foldable plastic OLED panel and Android 9 Pie. It’ll cost $1,499 when it arrives in January of next year. Read more: bit.ly/2qa37wk Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.g...
MacBook Pro 16-inch hands-on with the new keyboard
Views 7286 months ago
Apple’s new 16-inch MacBook Pro launched today, available for pre-order now and in stores later this week. The starting price of $2,399 is the same price as the previous 15-inch MacBook Pro, which this one replaces. It has new processors, better speakers, and (obviously) a larger screen. But I know the most important question you have is whether the keyboard is any good. Read more: bit.ly/372Ug...
Snap Spectacles 3 review: here we go again
Views 3936 months ago
Snap’s Spectacles 3 have arrived with a striking new design and a much higher price - $380, up from $150 to $200 for the previous edition. Snap’s latest glasses are pricey but hint at where the world is going. They begin to integrate Snapchat software with the real world. Learn more: bit.ly/34UBPcd The Interface is a daily newsletter where Silicon Valley editor Casey Newton breaks down the day’...
Surface Pro X review: heartbreaker
Views 7566 months ago
The Surface Pro X is the Windows 10 computer Microsoft has tried to make for years. It is a beautiful, well-made hybrid tablet device that runs on an ARM processor co-developed between Microsoft and Qualcomm. The base model costs $1,138.99 with a keyboard. But like previous attempts, Microsoft hasn’t done enough to offset the compromises this aspirational computer asks of customers. Read more: ...
Why Apple TV Plus is basically free
Views 8416 months ago
Apple TV Plus is the company’s first major foray into original television. It’s also Apple’s attempt at making a mark in the streaming wars. That’s partially why Apple is giving it away for free, echoing Amazon’s Prime Video strategy. But it won’t always be free, and Apple knows that. Learn more about Team Trees - teamtrees.org/ Read more: bit.ly/2JEwYU8 Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge ...
AirPods Pro review: the perfect earbuds for the iPhone
Views 8696 months ago
Apple’s AirPods Pro have a new in-ear design that will fit many more people, and they can quiet your surroundings with active noise cancellation. They’re more expensive than regular AirPods at $250, but they’re almost the perfect true wireless earbuds - if you have an iPhone. Read more: bit.ly/2WDyCe7 Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Twitter: goo.gl/X...
Better luck next time, Samsung
Views 2757 months ago
Now that Samsung has re-released the Galaxy Fold with hardware changes to make it more durable, is it any good? Dieter Bohn reviews it again, and looks back at the original review to see if the important things have changed. Read more: bit.ly/2Jx01Jk Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Twitter: goo.gl/XTWX61 Follow on Instagram: goo.gl/7ZeLvX Why'd You P...
Samsung’s Galaxy Books double as a wireless charger
Views 2427 months ago
Samsung's new Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion are here to replace the company’s old Samsung Notebook 9 Pen and Notebook 9 models, respectively. The company is making big changes on these two laptops, both inside and out. There’s the expected boost in specs, of course, as well as a welcomed redesign that brings the two models in line with what Samsung introduced earlier this year with the N...
Beats Solo Pro review: on-ear noise cancellation, finally
Views 1947 months ago
The Beats Solo Pro headphones stand out as the company’s first on-ear headphones with noise cancellation and cost $300. The design is improved, they sound good, and have long battery life. But they put a tight fit on your head, which some people might find uncomfortable. Read more: bit.ly/2Nclc4n Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Twitter: goo.gl/XTWX61...
GoPro Max review: the most accessible 360 camera
Views 6127 months ago
The GoPro Max is a $499 durable 360 camera with dual 180-degree lenses that shoots both photos and videos. With the Max, GoPro borrowed from Insta360’s playbook and made the most accessible 360 camera I have used. Read more: bit.ly/32EaqKG Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Twitter: goo.gl/XTWX61 Follow on Instagram: goo.gl/7ZeLvX Why'd You Push That Bu...
Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL review: the best Android experience
Views 9047 months ago
The Pixel 4 has at least five major new hardware-based features: face unlock, Motion Sense, the new Google Assistant, the new 90Hz display, and a second telephoto camera lens. It’s also available on all four major US carriers for the first time. The price starts at $799. Here’s The Verge review of the Pixel 4 with Dieter Bohn. Read more: bit.ly/2JdHiST Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on...
Pixel Buds 2 hands-on
Views 3597 months ago
Google’s new Pixel Buds 2 are a nice-looking competitor to the AirPods that have special features when used with Android phones. Though, the headphones won’t be out until next spring. Read more: bit.ly/33uhNV2 Pixel 4 and 4 XL hands-on: bit.ly/35ASN0r Pixelbook Go hands-on: bit.ly/2qgDwBL Nest Wifi hands-on: bit.ly/2MivuAJ Nest Mini hands-on: bit.ly/2prddrS Top announcements from Google’s Pixel...
Google Pixel 4 event in 10 minutes
Views 5947 months ago
At Google's 2019 hardware event, the company announced new products including the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. They also unveiled the new Pixel Buds truly wireless headphones, the Pixelbook Go, the Nest Wifi, and the Nest Mini. Read more: bit.ly/2Mg686A Pixel 4 and 4 XL hands-on: bit.ly/35ASN0r Pixelbook Go hands-on: bit.ly/2qgDwBL Pixel Buds hands-on: bit.ly/33uhNV2 Nest Wifi hands-on: bit.ly/2Mivu...
Pixel 4 and 4 XL hands-on: what the leaks didn’t tell you
Views 17 months ago
They're finally here: the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. They have what might be the fastest face unlock we've ever used and support 90hz variable refresh rates on their screens. Two cameras on the back, one on the front, and MotionSense radar for detecting your presence. Here's our hands-on with Google's newest phones. Read more: bit.ly/35ASN0r Pixelbook Go hands-on: bit.ly/2qgDwBL Pixel Buds ...
Pixelbook Go hands-on: Google’s cheapest Chromebook yet
Views 5057 months ago
Google's new Pixelbook Go brings the price down just a bit - to $650 to start. It's a small, slightly round, really nice looking Chromebook. With Intel processors, an option for a 4K screen, and a great keyboard, it could be a strong competitor to the other Chromebooks in that price range. Google is promising 12 hours of battery life, too. Read more: bit.ly/2qgDwBL Pixel 4 and 4 XL hands-on: bi...
Google's new Wifi router is a smart speaker
Views 2507 months ago
Google and Nest have announced two new products. The Nest Wifi is a new mesh router system that includes "points" which are mini smart speakers in addition to building out your Wi-Fi network. Plus, there's the Nest Mini, an updated version of the Google Home Mini. Read more: bit.ly/2MivuAJ Pixel 4 and 4 XL hands-on: bit.ly/35ASN0r Pixelbook Go hands-on: bit.ly/2qgDwBL Pixel Buds hands-on: bit.l...
Electric bikes: everything you need to know
Views 4687 months ago
We love electric rideables. Hoverboards, skateboards, scooters, motorcycles, mopeds, unicycles, tricycles… You name it, we’ve ridden it. But electric bikes belong in a category of their own because they are more than just a fun tech fad. They could actually be the future of transportation. That said, there’s a lot to choose from out there, and you don’t want to get fooled, so here’s what you ne...
Samsung made the smartwatch Google couldn't
Views 5437 months ago
Samsung's Galaxy Watch Active 2 is here and has a new touch-sensitive bezel. In this review, Dieter Bohn looks at whether it will finally solve the problem of smartwatches for Android users. It's the best one, but there are definitely caveats. Read more: bit.ly/33cup35 Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Twitter: goo.gl/XTWX61 Follow on Instagram: goo.gl...
iPadOS review: sounds like a computer to me
Views 3757 months ago
iPadOS is finally here, which means it's finally time to see if Apple has turned the iPad into a real computer - maybe. In this episode of Processor, Dieter Bohn looks at the top things you should do to get the most out of iPadOS. Read more from the review: bit.ly/2olAOdx Check out The Verge's newsletter here: bit.ly/2LTk9Hj Subscribe: goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on Facebook: goo.gl/2P1aGc Fol...
The alternative App Store for iPhones
Views 4687 months ago
When it comes to the App Store, Apple's philosophy around apps on the iPhone has been consistent. You need to follow its rules, or you're not allowed on iOS. But app developer Riley Testut has a new strategy for distributing mobile apps outside the App Store, and it's called AltStore. It's an alternative app store for the iPhone that lets you install any app, without needing to jailbreak your p...
Surface Duo first look: Microsoft's foldable Android phone
Views 8087 months ago
Microsoft surprised us with the Surface Duo this week. It’s the long-awaited Surface phone that has been rumored for years, and in a further surprise, it’s running Google’s Android operating system. The Surface Duo has two 5.6-inch displays that fold out into a 8.3-inch overall screen, and it’s just 4.8mm thin. Read more: bit.ly/2oHAaXD Microsoft Surface Neo first look: bit.ly/2owUIC3 Surface L...
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Views 4477 months ago
Microsoft announced the new $249 Surface Earbuds, which are the second product in its portfolio of headphones after last year’s Surface Headphones. The Earbuds are similar to the many other wireless earbuds available already, but Microsoft has included some productivity specific features with them that you won’t find anywhere else. They’ll be available later this year. Read more: bit.ly/2n4Dpbi...
Microsoft Surface 2019 event in under 11 minutes
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Microsoft's 2019 Surface event was filled with big announcements, including the Surface Neo dual-screened device that runs Windows 10X, the Android-powered Surface Duo, and the Surface Pro X that's built with a custom Qualcomm SQ1 chipset. The Surface Pro 7's debut wasn't much of a shock, but there were other surprises, too, like the new Surface Earbuds, and the debut of a Surface Laptop 3, whi...
Surface Laptop 3 hands-on
Views 4747 months ago
Microsoft announced the new Surface Laptop 3, a successor to last year’s Surface Laptop 2, which is now available in two different sizes and with two different processors. It’s the first Surface Laptop model to be available in a 15-inch version, and the first Surface product to use an AMD processor. Surface Laptop 3 hands-on - read more: bit.ly/2ovb5za Microsoft Surface Neo first look: bit.ly/2...
Microsoft Surface Pro X and Pro 7 hands-on
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Surface Neo first look: Microsoft's dual-screen prototype
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Microsoft created its own dual-screen Surface Neo device. It runs a new Windows 10X operating system that’s an extension of Windows 10 and designed exclusively for dual-screen and foldable hardware. Like most Surface devices, there’s an intricate hinge that allows the Surface Neo to switch into a variety of modes, and the typical high build quality you’d expect from Microsoft’s hardware. Surfac...
The best autonomous drone just got better
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The Skydio 2 feels like the stuff of dreams - a drone that can fly itself, follow you around without crashing into trees. Now, the idea is far more affordable at $999 for the craft itself, with upgraded cameras, battery life, navigation, size, weight, and a pair of optional $150 controllers if you need longer range and/or more control over filming. Learn more: bit.ly/2olhnkx Subscribe: goo.gl/G...
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Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi sits down for an interview about the next generation of its app, and the many challenges facing the company today. The company is adding a raft of new safety features, boosting alternate modes of travel like bikes, scooters, and public transportation, and getting involved in “virtual restaurants,” in addition to dozens of other product announcements that amount to a m...
Amazon's new Echo lineup 2019
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  • Garry Santos
    Garry Santos 7 hours ago

    Ok Spotify commercial...

  • H Jarra
    H Jarra 8 hours ago

    Obama's are producing his podcast on Spotify under their entertainment company Higher Ground . Netflix lost half their subscribers and billions of projected profits after the Obama's started producing films on that channel. Only took a year of boycotts from the right

  • Akash Parmar
    Akash Parmar 8 hours ago

    Can someone tell me the name of track used in end ?the one with goat sound.

  • Juan Leon
    Juan Leon 8 hours ago

    Dope analysis. Thanks for teaching me something new!

  • Ecanic
    Ecanic 8 hours ago

    Unlike TheXvid Spotify is only available in 79 countries!! That's 79 out of 195. All of the Caribbean (where I live) and most of Latin America are blocked from Spotify!!! Atleast Google cares about having developing countries access high quality transformative content like anyone else.

  • Neroidius
    Neroidius 8 hours ago

    Who else still buys physical movies and video games? The cases look awesome on your shelf, you can’t deny that.

  • Darya Epel
    Darya Epel 8 hours ago

    West World Season 3. Rohoboam. Bam

  • John Ducharme
    John Ducharme 8 hours ago

    I would like to thank all the music artists out there for the capital for all these acquisitions.

  • Stephen Rambo
    Stephen Rambo 8 hours ago

    When are they gonna sign Roe Jogan?

  • shortazn97
    shortazn97 8 hours ago

    My favorite reviewer!! So much passion and energy and just generally seems like a cool person to talk to.

  • bladethorn
    bladethorn 8 hours ago

    EXCUSE ME? I JUST gave up Spotify because they didn’t have it. Goddammit

  • Karson Row
    Karson Row 8 hours ago

    0:01 sounds familiar if you know what I mean

  • 9sami98
    9sami98 9 hours ago

    I just ordered the regular s20!!

  • Mia
    Mia 9 hours ago

    why would you want thunder ports......

  • Scorp Seven
    Scorp Seven 9 hours ago

    And here I am with a hacked Spotify premium watching on TheXvid Vanced.

  • 808 Pm
    808 Pm 9 hours ago

    All I sayin is fix the app up

  • Doom Worship
    Doom Worship 9 hours ago

    probably the best breakdown of the whole story, with enough background that people will get why this is a big deal. thanks

  • P. Habana
    P. Habana 9 hours ago

    6:15 when you forgot to be professional 😂

  • Jack Swine
    Jack Swine 9 hours ago

    Bruv get a decent mic

  • Doom Worship
    Doom Worship 9 hours ago

    if I cant get it through a public RSS feed, that requires no account and no personal information, it is not a podcast. I dont care what you call it, but a podcast it is not.

  • MintyFresh
    MintyFresh 9 hours ago

    I can't imagine drawing with only 10.5 inches.

  • Yash Kshirsagar
    Yash Kshirsagar 9 hours ago

    Spotify better add a comments section to their podcasts now...

  • Cennator
    Cennator 10 hours ago

    Joe "gets rid of funny comments" Rogan

  • Aitchos
    Aitchos 10 hours ago

    As sad as it is, TheXvid is bigger than Rogan. I'm not a stats analyst but I think user behaviour on a centralised content platform like TheXvid will not make the transition seamless - as much as we're assured it won't effect content, that's only half the consideration - it will affect the way consumers get their content and the podcast will suffer. Also, if the idea is to move away from TheXvid's censorship, why would anyone expect Spotify to be any different? They're just another giant company who are more interested in hitting a mainstream audience - they may turn out to be worse than TheXvid.

  • LOGO DE SOPHIA
    LOGO DE SOPHIA 10 hours ago

    Something always told me to download as many jre episodes as i could before something like this, yet once again i ignored my instinct

  • Cennator
    Cennator 10 hours ago

    NOOO DONT TAKE THE JRE COMMENTS :(((((((((

  • fck.
    fck. 10 hours ago

    you look like martin garrix's dad

  • Evangelos Mimidis
    Evangelos Mimidis 10 hours ago

    Hi, what material is your ring and what color? The Apple Watch band witch is? Where you buy it? Thanks! You are the best!!

  • Robert Abramson
    Robert Abramson 10 hours ago

    The “free and open internet” is now the fee exclusive internet. Anyone have more than lint in his pocket?

  • henri h
    henri h 10 hours ago

    Spotify would go bankrupt without US the consumers

  • Kadeem Samuels
    Kadeem Samuels 10 hours ago

    I don’t have ads on Spotify. 🤷🏾‍♂️

  • Caleb Johnson
    Caleb Johnson 10 hours ago

    Number one thing Blockbuster has that Netflix doesn't..... *Your Dad*

  • fudge nuggert sippinslide

    I was excited.. nd now after hearing this... especially the double dipping.. BOOOOOOOOOOOOO! BOOOOOOOOO! corporate privacy invasion.. sounds like n Joe Rogains content will go unnoticed or massively pirated without consent. You tube was bad enough and I was looking g for an alternative. But an alternative I can't even pay to opt out of Invasive ads with. BOOOOOO!

  • Ewen Mackenzie
    Ewen Mackenzie 10 hours ago

    Where is Becca?

  • Ewen Mackenzie
    Ewen Mackenzie 11 hours ago

    I need your review on Galaxy buds

  • abc
    abc 11 hours ago

    Sell Out!

  • Jeff Hill
    Jeff Hill 11 hours ago

    Spotify did not "buy" the podcast.

  • Carly Henriquez
    Carly Henriquez 11 hours ago

    Great b-roll footage, well thorough research and impeccable personality. Loved everything about this review and it's unfortunate that the Surface Earbuds didn't step-up to the plate.

  • E Valac
    E Valac 11 hours ago

    Ya they definitely made their money back

  • I CAN'T THINK OF A NAME #YEET!!!!

    Does it support Dolby atmos

  • Shock G
    Shock G 11 hours ago

    Joe sold his soul foh❗️😏

  • THINK TONER
    THINK TONER 11 hours ago

    Cool.

  • Everdeep Naga II
    Everdeep Naga II 11 hours ago

    Make a Palm Pre remake!! Who's with me!?

  • Andrew .c. G
    Andrew .c. G 11 hours ago

    This could've been published yesterday. It seems like we haven't made much progress on these form-factor wars.

  • Diego Castro
    Diego Castro 11 hours ago

    Ok but like what apps can you use to turn on exposure logging tho?

  • paul may
    paul may 12 hours ago

    I recently discovered the Joe Rogan podcasts. He is an amazing interviewer! I drive a truck all night and I listen to two podcasts a night. He is ultra intelligent and just a great man. He has great ethics and I will follow him wherever he goes.

  • Stephen Waterman
    Stephen Waterman 12 hours ago

    Radio died when 3G came out and PodCast died when TheXvid figured out how to work so well on 4G. I have not even touched my Dog Catcher app in years, it's all TheXvid, $10 and I get Google Music and YT premium.

  • White Ranger Tiger Power

    Carol asks me to see her as other people instead of stayin on hold lol we make differences yes it’s a good thing but the differences that keeps us apart I’m sorry sweet heart

  • Meredith Whitcomb
    Meredith Whitcomb 12 hours ago

    Conspiracy theories are exciting and fascinating, but rarely true. I learned that.items were taken from Booth’s body and are on display at either Ford’s Theatre or a museum; namely, his diary, a few photographs of women he knew, and possibly a few other things. If Booth wasn’t killed that day at the barn, then how did they get ahold of those items? That entire generation is gone now. If Lincoln’s murder was a conspiracy theory, someone would have written the truth in a diary or made a deathbed confession. I think the tests should be done to put this to rest.

  • Sahnaz Akter
    Sahnaz Akter 12 hours ago

    Can it zoom in so you can take photos from far away?

  • tknocke
    tknocke 12 hours ago

    Why does this sound like it was recorded inside of an oil barrel

  • Freddie Marino
    Freddie Marino 12 hours ago

    RIP Google glass

  • Whiterun Soldier
    Whiterun Soldier 12 hours ago

    A Blockbuster AND a Albersons across the street?

  • David Doch
    David Doch 12 hours ago

    Has she been sleeping. Has she even listened to read anything Rogan has written. A big portion of the Conservative Media is sick of being censored, suspended and penelaized for any ideologies or ideas that does not conform to Liberal Ideologues. The hypocrisy is tiring so there is a large audience that if given another option would leave Google in a heartbeat. There is too much BIAS in Silicon Valley. Almost fanatic in its actions. The future is a New Media Upload Site to compete with YOuTube

  • artiew87
    artiew87 12 hours ago

    What do you know?? The Verge? lmao these toolbags reaching.

  • St. Vnthony Productions

    They didnt buy his podcast.... get it together journalists

  • Epsilonsama
    Epsilonsama 12 hours ago

    Idk maybe $100 Million might be the reason for him moving.

  • aZeddPrattFilm
    aZeddPrattFilm 12 hours ago

    But Spotify has ads...which ruins podcasts...

  • Guust
    Guust 13 hours ago

    Spotify already got their money back....and than some. Between announcing Joe Rogan and 48 hours later, the spotify shares did go up and they made 5 BILLION dollars......5B in 48 hours!!! So the 100M for Joe is peanuts.

  • Cool Yeti
    Cool Yeti 13 hours ago

    Who else i gonna get an XR??

  • prijo moj
    prijo moj 13 hours ago

    I would not mind to watch it on Spotify if i had Spotify in my country

  • Memey Avocado
    Memey Avocado 13 hours ago

    I got a Apple Pencil then realized.. *it requires skill*

  • Sean Cole
    Sean Cole 13 hours ago

    That's a let down

  • You Tube
    You Tube 13 hours ago

    She sounds like she’s behind you the entire time 😳

  • April Dahlenburg
    April Dahlenburg 14 hours ago

    Go to hell you guvking alien. Done. Nuke. Nuke. Nuke. Nuke. Nuke. Nuke. Nuke. Nuke. I'd rather be dead than in the hood. Tike 4ever

  • Rediwed
    Rediwed 14 hours ago

    I obv heard of it before, but what is the show about though?

  • Yo mama
    Yo mama 14 hours ago

    Because Joe Rogan is a sellout puppet

  • LIMITLESS FourEight
    LIMITLESS FourEight 14 hours ago

    Not every Rogan fan is going to download Spotify if that’s what they’re thinking. Good on him But I think he’s got a good space on you tube especially the Comments section which is half the Rogan experience.!

  • Peter Pan
    Peter Pan 14 hours ago

    I know a black guy too

  • Tomos Bamboozle
    Tomos Bamboozle 14 hours ago

    Or I could just watch the show on TheXvid

    • Tomos Bamboozle
      Tomos Bamboozle 14 hours ago

      All those interviews they showed on this, I have recently watched on TheXvid

  • Innernet
    Innernet 14 hours ago

    Well. At least it wasn't as bad as the last...

  • Alejandro Rodriguez
    Alejandro Rodriguez 14 hours ago

    He doesn’t like comment section. Now someone is paying him to do just that

  • Munro McLaren
    Munro McLaren 14 hours ago

    Is Apple TV compatible with a 2015 Samsung model TV,?

  • Laura Waywell
    Laura Waywell 14 hours ago

    Do mongraal next

  • Laurence Gagno
    Laurence Gagno 15 hours ago

    Another bill gates

  • Chad Sarmiento
    Chad Sarmiento 15 hours ago

    Boring

  • Raghav Sharma
    Raghav Sharma 15 hours ago

    You can ignore people more efficiently that way....now you got the point...🤣

  • No Copyright Sounds
    No Copyright Sounds 15 hours ago

    we dehumanize ourselves

  • Doug Gentry
    Doug Gentry 15 hours ago

    Damn sure isn't any privacy on TheXvid.FaceBook, or Google. and Joe can have any guest he wants unlike TheXvid.

  • Tom Allen
    Tom Allen 15 hours ago

    1.4k comments and not one of them discussing music artists pay. sad, really.

  • Tennis Toad
    Tennis Toad 15 hours ago

    If it isn't free in my google play app then goodbye.. he's not worth paying to listen to.

  • Tyrisha Smith-Grady
    Tyrisha Smith-Grady 15 hours ago

    Wow dude must be in Oakland

  • Mika-Corp
    Mika-Corp 16 hours ago

    Spotify licences the joe rogan show it didn't buy the show

  • Anthony Litchfield
    Anthony Litchfield 16 hours ago

    I can't wait until podcasts play music within their shows as well XD welcome back radio!

  • Bobbi Floss
    Bobbi Floss 16 hours ago

    You look like that cartoon aardvark “ Arthur “

  • peteq1972
    peteq1972 16 hours ago

    I haven't got Spotify and i will not have it either, so long Joe was nice listening to you

  • Tayk Fame
    Tayk Fame 16 hours ago

    The guy literally only closed the back of the car and the crowd went “*whoOooOooOooaOOHHh*” 4:39

  • Alex M
    Alex M 16 hours ago

    I really think it’ll be a smooth transition for the viewers who’ll move to Spotify

  • Tayk Fame
    Tayk Fame 16 hours ago

    Here from jailbreak

  • Dylan Shackelton
    Dylan Shackelton 16 hours ago

    Should re do this now that roombas cost $250 and have a sweeper thing to get in corners.

  • technologic
    technologic 16 hours ago

    Rogans close friends said he got much more than 100 mil.

  • JOE PRETE
    JOE PRETE 16 hours ago

    @The Verge ...At 4:05 you say "if I owned this thing", is it not good enough for you to buy for yourself? If not, what do you use? Thanks!

  • shake
    shake 16 hours ago

    this is like when howard stern left the radio for satellite radio. more money and control for stern but he lost his audience. i wonder how many people watch youtube on their TV.

  • Raphael Murangiri
    Raphael Murangiri 16 hours ago

    Do you know how I can link Nike Run App on the Active 2?

  • Parker G
    Parker G 16 hours ago

    The Rogan show??...

  • Edgar Barranco
    Edgar Barranco 16 hours ago

    Thank god rogan 2 commercial

  • Lord_N 1
    Lord_N 1 16 hours ago

    Oop then there's the stabilizer rattle

  • Kirk Dobson
    Kirk Dobson 17 hours ago

    Looks amazing

  • I OFFER YOU THIS
    I OFFER YOU THIS 17 hours ago

    spotify has 100 mil to buy joe rogan because they dont pay artists