The Verge covers the intersection of technology, science, art, and culture.
Smartphones and tablets have left us tapping on glass – but what comes after the touchscreen?
This week’s Big Future takes a look at how the world will change as drone technology spreads, filling the world’s rooftops and skies.
Soon, we’ll have smarter, more effective vaccines. What does that mean for the future of disease?
AI is more than just a bad guy in sci-fi films. How close are we to creating computers that actually think on their own?
How do we want to communicate with each other? This week we look at chat tools, from WhatsApp to the Star Trek communicator.
In a wild and unpredictable future, sex might be the one thing that stays the same.
From the Batmobile to Knight Rider, self-driving cars have always felt like sci-fi. But really, they’re right around the corner.
Virtual reality is getting better, but will we ever live in a convincing virtual world like The Matrix?
What will we eat in the year 2100? In this week’s Big Future, Arielle Duhaime-Ross takes a look at what we might eat in the future, and how we’ll produce it. It’s a tricky question, as new techniques and a changing climate combine to radically transform conventional agriculture. The result might look less like Soylent and more like a cricket farm.
Neural implants are already common in medicine. But can they be used to make physical changes to the brain itself?