BP makes an order for EV charging stations from US-based Tritium

/ BP is ordering Tritium electric vehicle charging stations to expand its BP Pulse fleet and public charging network. The transaction comes as more fossil fuel-based companies are slowly pivoting to support green transportation. BP Pulse branded charging stations built by Tritium.Image: Tritium BP Pulse, the EV branch of oil and gas conglomerate BP, placed […]

Twitter officially bans third-party clients with new developer rules

/ When it cited ‘long-standing third-party API rules’ for why TweetBot et al. were blocked, it was unclear what the company meant. Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Twitter has updated its developer rules to ban third-party clients, almost a week after it unceremoniously blocked the apps’ access to its platform, offering almost no […]

Inside CNET’s AI-powered SEO money machine

Artificial Intelligence Fake bylines. Content farming. Affiliate fees. What happens when private equity takes over a storied news site and milks it for clicks? Share this story Every morning around 9AM ET, CNET publishes two stories listing the day’s mortgage rates and refinance rates. The story templates are the same every day. Affiliate links for […]

Reed Hastings is stepping down as Netflix’s co-CEO

/ Ted Sarandos and Greg Peters are now the co-CEOs running the massive subscription streaming company. Nick Barclay / The Verge As Netflix announced its quarterly earnings, co-founder Reed Hastings revealed that after 25 years of running the company that grew from delivering video disc rentals by mail into a streaming behemoth, he is no […]

Meta’s bundling your Instagram and Facebook account settings in one place

/ Now you can adjust your Facebook settings from Instagram and vice versa. Illustration by Nick Barclay / The Verge Meta’s putting your Instagram, Facebook, and Messenger account settings in one place. The company’s rolling out a new Accounts Center that lets you manage your preferences across all your Meta accounts from a centralized hub. […]

Sundance 2023: all the latest movie reviews and updates from the festival

Photo by Mark Sagliocco / Getty Images The Sundance Film Festival has always been a great way to start the year for film buffs. And — after two years of being a completely virtual event due to the pandemic — in 2023, the festival has returned with a new hybrid format. That means there’s still […]

Instagram now lets you pause notifications with Quiet Mode

/ After months of testing, the platform’s also rolling out a way to flag more than one post you’re not interested in on the Explore page. Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Instagram’s adding a way to temporarily silence push notifications whenever you want to take a break from the app. The feature, called […]

Twitter Blue arrives on Android for $11 a month

/ Android users will have to pay the same $3 premium as those using iOS. Twitter Blue is currently only available to users in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan, regardless of what system you use to subscribe.Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Twitter has rolled out Twitter Blue to Android […]