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Roku's next streaming boxes will have new names like 'Premiere' and 'Ultra'

Roku is likely to move away from its longtime numerical naming scheme (Roku 1, Roku 2, Roku 3, Roku 4) when the company next updates its product lineup sometime this fall.

There’s a new tablet app just for big rig drivers

There are 3.5 million professional truck drivers in the United States. That’s a lot. Naturally, the trucking industry was one of the first to adopt things like in-cab nav systems.

Mr. Robot’s mobile game is about the power and danger of texting

Video games are often defined by, well, video — the ability to create beautiful, visually compelling, even photorealistic representations of a digital world.

How NASA makes sure we don't contaminate the Solar System

So you want to explore the Solar System? You’re going to need to clean your spacecraft first. Any missions that NASA sends to other worlds nearby have to adhere to something called planetary protection.

Goodbye Garage: the songs we unwittingly start our drive with

Listening to music in the car is a time-honored tradition. As far back as the 1930s, drivers were listening to AM radio on the first Motorola in-dash units.

Nike redesigned its popular running app, and users are very angry

For several years now, the Nike+ Running app has been an essential download and companion for millions of people trying to keep fit and improve their health.

Phones should be better at predicting what we're about to do

I recently sold my Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and returned to an iPhone 6. With the Note 7, new iPhones, and new Nexus phones on the horizon, it just felt like the right time.

New trailers: Empire, Blair Witch, Rings, and more

You'd think that streaming and digital distribution in general would mean that basically every movie ever made should be available online.

Everything coming to Netflix, Amazon Prime, and HBO Now in September

As we slowly wind our way through the last days of August, it becomes clearer every day: summer is almost gone, and summer movie season with it.

How camping technology made us feel at home in nature

The National Park System is turning 100, and The Verge is celebrating with Wilderness Week: a look at the natural world, its freaky critters, and its future.

Verge ESP: Let's talk money

So! Money doesn't really make the world go round, but it sure greases the skids in late capitalism. Take Mylan's EpiPen, which has parents and lawmakers up in arms.

Spotify denies punishing artists who release exclusives with Apple and Tidal

Spotify doesn’t like it when big-name acts take their music to Apple or Tidal first. But it’s not punishing them when they do, by making their stuff harder to find in the music service’s search results, the company says.

Facebook says it will stop writing descriptions for Trending Topics

Facebook's News Feed team has been reeling since a report earlier this year argued that a team of contractors responsible for the feed's Trending Topics module routinely suppressed news of interest to political conservatives.

Spotify reportedly burying tracks from artists who give exclusives to competition

Spotify is apparently punishing artists who decide to make their albums exclusives on other streaming services when they first drop.

Why can’t Apple spend its way out of security vulnerabilities?

Apple has a lot of money. On most days, it’s the largest company in the world by market cap and a surprising amount of that money is already in the bank.

You can now stream any Blizzard game live on Facebook

Back in June Blizzard announced a collaboration with Facebook which would allow players to easily stream any of the developer’s games through Facebook Live.

Stop fretting about the Note 7’s performance

The Galaxy Note 7 is this year’s best new phone, edging out Samsung’s own S7 Edge, and easily the most talked-about new device of the summer.

The Obama administration wants to require electronic speed-limiting devices in big trucks and buses

The US Department of Transportation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration released a new proposal Friday to require heavy-duty vehicles like trucks and buses to include speed-limiting devices.

Amazon is experimenting with a 30-hour work week for certain teams

Amazon is launching a program that would give a specific team of employees a 30-hour work week, The Washington Post reports.

Dell releases a 24-inch gaming monitor

Dell has released a new 24-inch gaming monitor, a smaller and slightly improved version of the 27-inch gaming display that was released last year — the first for the company.