This Is the Way...to the Week's Best Toys
Welcome back to , io9's regular round-up of the coolest toys weâve seen on the internet this week. Weâve got Lego heading back to , old favorites heading back to , some very pretty Uno cards, and Hasbro taking another crack at the âbuild-your-own lightsaberâ toy. Check it out!Continue reading
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3-compatible S Pen Pro could launch with Bluetooth
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 could launch with a more advanced stylus, the S Pen Pro, which is rumored to play nice with the foldableâs display.Continue reading
Will Everyone Be Exposed to Covid-19 Eventually? It's Complicated
This week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention new guidance on masking for those fully vaccinated against covid-19, recommending that people living in areas of high transmission once again don masks while inside public spaces. The move came after the CDC obtained new data concerning the Deltaâ¦Continue reading
Bose's QuietComfort 45 headphones make a new appearance inside the Bose Music app
The new headphones are inching ever so slowly towards becoming a reality.Continue reading
Vergecast: this quarter’s earnings for Apple, Samsung, Google, and Microsoft
Every Friday, The Verge publishes our flagship podcast, , where co-hosts Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn discuss the week in tech news with the reporters and editors covering the biggest stories.
This week on The Vergecast, Nilay and Dieter bring back Verge managing editor Alex Cranz and Verge news editor Chaim Gartenberg to chat about the headlines.
Itâs earnings week once again. Unsurprisingly, all of the big tech companies made a lot of money this past quarter. Our podcast crew dives into the numbers behind the profits of Google, Microsoft, Samsung, Amazon, and Apple and what it means for each businessâs future goals.
The show also dedicates some time to discuss Intelâs business. Chaim leads the discussion after writing a...
Astronomers Spot Two Unusually Red Objects in the Asteroid Belt
Theyâre red, theyâre reasonably big, and they have no business being in the main asteroid belt, but their discovery confirms the complex conditions in place when the solar system was still forming.Continue reading
June heatwave was the ‘most extreme’ on record for North America
The devastating heatwave that struck the Northwest US and southwest Canada in June was âthe most extreme summer heatwaveâ ever recorded in North America, according to a new from nonprofit research group Berkeley Earth. Thatâs based on the magnitude of the heatwave, or how much warmer it was than normal. Record temperatures in the region reached roughly 20 degrees Celsius (or 36 Â°F) hotter than average in June.
Canada recorded its on June 29th when the village of Lytton in British Columbia reached an astonishing 49.6 degrees Celsius (121 degrees Fahrenheit). Typical temperatures there in June are closer to 20 to 30 degrees Celsius (68 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit).
Amazon Prime Video: The 30 best TV shows to watch tonight
The Pursuit of Love is out now.Continue reading
Chipmaker for iPhone 13 and MacBook Pros Hit by Gas Contamination
You might not know Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. off the top of your head, but you definitely use gadgets featuring their chips. In fact, itâs the sole semiconductor supplier for Appleâs various devices. Now, is reporting TSMCâs most advanced factory for Apple processors has been hit by gasâ¦Continue reading
Underground 'Lakes' on Mars May Just Be Big Globs of Clay
Recent hubbub about has a new twist, as new research argues that the underground structures arenât lakes at all. The researchers behind the study say that, rather than liquid water, the Martian south pole containsÂ , a class of clays that have been misinterpreted in the data.Continue reading