Tag : The Verge

The Amazon Echo is on sale for its lowest price of the year at $130

Amazon is running a sale on the popular Echo speaker that cuts the price to $129.99, or $50 off the usual $179.99, which makes it the best deal we’ve seen on the full-size Echo this year. So, if… – The Verge

June 26th, 2017 Technology, The Verge

An ode to my $7 HTC pack-in headphones

Headphones are an interesting slice of the technology market, where companies build products that are as much gadget as they are art. Design, style, and personal taste in sound quality and tuning… – The Verge

June 24th, 2017 Technology, The Verge

New trailers: Game of Thrones, Wet Hot American Summer, and more

The last two movies I saw were Magic Mike XXL and The Invitation. The former is a tale of male strippers, friendship, and the danceability of “Pony,” while the latter is a terrifying,… – The Verge

June 24th, 2017 Technology, The Verge

Big discounts on the Samsung Galaxy S8, Steam summer sale, and more tech deals

This week we already mentioned several big sales, including another T-Mobile BOGO deal for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Steam’s annual summer sale on popular (and sometimes not-so-popular) PC gaming… – The Verge

June 24th, 2017 Technology, The Verge

The major difference between the Preacher comic and the AMC show has to do with God

The show’s second season kicks off on June 25th, and moves the series closer to the comics that inspired it – The Verge

June 24th, 2017 Technology, The Verge

Microsoft confirms some Windows 10 source code has leaked

A portion of Microsoft’s Windows 10 source code has leaked online this week. Files related to Microsoft’s USB, storage, and Wi-Fi drivers in Windows 10 were posted to Beta Archive this week. Beta… – The Verge

June 24th, 2017 Technology, The Verge

Old-school Mystery Science Theater 3000 is returning for six days with a Twitch marathon

The 38-episode run will draw from the series’s run on Comedy Central and the Sci Fi Channel – The Verge

June 24th, 2017 Technology, The Verge

Google will stop scanning your Gmail messages to sell targeted ads

Google will stop its long-standing practice of scanning the contents of individual Gmail users for advertising purposes, the company announced in a blog post today. The practice, something Google… – The Verge

June 24th, 2017 Technology, The Verge