Here’s another example of the frustrating ‘Adobe upsell’

/ No, we haven’t forgotten Quick Share. Yes, we’re still mad about it. Adobe is under fire for removing features from it’s services.Photo Illustration by Rafael Henrique/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Adobe has come under fire by Sebastiaan de With, co-founder of popular iOS camera app Halide, for removing Apple’s ubiquitous AirDrop sharing feature from […]

Peloton Row hands-on: pretty much what you’d expect

It’s $3,195 Share this story The Peloton Row comes with a 23-inch HD touchscreen that you can swivel for floor workouts.Photo by Victoria Song / The Verge Everybody knew that a Peloton rower was coming. In fact, it’s been rumored for so long that even chief product officer Tom Cortese told The Verge the rower […]

How to watch Nvidia’s RTX 40-series announcement

/ Nvidia is getting ready to announce its next-gen GPUs today Nvidia is getting ready to announce its next-generation GPUs today. We’re expecting to see the new RTX 40-series, and rumors suggest there could be two RTX 4080 models and an RTX 4090. Nvidia has been teasing its RTX 40-series launch for a number of […]

OpenAI’s image generator DALL-E can now edit human faces

Tech/ Artificial Intelligence / The feature was previously off-limits for fears of misuse Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge OpenAI is letting users of its AI art generator program DALL-E edit images with human faces. This feature was previously off-limits due to fears of misuse, but, in a letter sent to DALL-E’s million-plus users, […]

Apple to hike App Store prices across Europe and some parts of Asia next month

Apple/ Tech / The US App Store remains unaffected Apple’s App Store prices are going up outside the US.Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Apple says it will increase App Store prices across Europe and in some Asian markets next month as currencies weaken against the strong US dollar. The price increases will effect […]

YouTube’s “dislike” and “not interested” buttons barely work, study finds

/ A Mozilla report found feedback buttons didn’t stop the majority of similar recommendations Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Even when users tell YouTube they aren’t interested in certain types of videos, similar recommendations keep coming, a new study by Mozilla found. Using video recommendations data from more than 20,000 YouTube users, Mozilla […]

Microsoft eased up on one DRM hurdle for disc games on Xbox

/ The mandatory internet check-in on the Series X is gone. Put a disc in and play.Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge Microsoft is making it easier to play games on your Xbox Series X, even if it’s offline — as of the 2208 update released earlier this month, you won’t be forced to […]

Emoji statuses and ‘infinite’ reactions are among Telegram’s latest features

/ Telegram Premium subscribers have infinite custom emoji reactions available to them, but can only use three on any given message — choose wisely. A new menu allows you to quickly select most used reactions.Image: Telegram Telegram’s throwing a bone to its non-premium users this month by extending them access to more emoji reactions. The […]

Gmail will start spam-proofing political fundraising emails this week

/ The launch comes weeks before the midterm elections Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Gmail users could start seeing more campaign fundraising emails hitting their inboxes over the next couple days as Google starts rolling out a new political filtering system.  Google told Axios on Monday that it was launching a controversial new […]

Here’s what it sounds like when Mars gets smacked by a space rock

/ Well, that’s definitely not what I was expecting Craters from a meteorite impact on Mars that was picked up by NASA’s InSight instrumentImage: NASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Arizona Bloop. That’s the sound a rock makes when it slams into Mars. At least, that’s what NASA’s InSight instrument picked up last September when it captured the faint […]