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Can the Sony A1 keep up with NYC?

Sony’s top-of-the-line Alpha 1 mirrorless camera checks every spec box and comes with every feature. It’s one of the most capable cameras you can buy. We hit up one of NYC’s fastest cyclists, Terry Barentsen, to see how well it can keep up under pressure. If you buy something from a Verge link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics policy:...

Super73 v Juiced: Racing two extremely powerful e-bikes

Super73 and Juiced are two California companies that make super-fast, moped-style e-bikes that are incredibly popular right now. We thought it would be interesting to take two of their highest spec models — Super73’s RX and Juiced’s HyperScrambler 2 — and see how they stack up against each other. And of course, we raced them too. Which do you think...

Tesla Model S Plaid Release: 0-60mph in under 2 seconds

Tesla held a delivery event for its new, high-performance “Plaid” Model S in an effort to reignite interest in its nearly decade-old electric sedan. The company's CEO Elon Musk claims the Plaid Model S will be the “quickest production car ever made.” Musk also promised waypoints, which he'd assiduously avoided until now. Read more:

Sony WF-1000XM4 review: silence to my ears

Sony’s new WF-1000XM4 wireless earbuds have powerful noise cancellation that rivals over-ear headphones. They offer fantastic sound quality with support for the LDAC codec and beat competitors like the AirPods Pro and Bose QuietComfort Earbuds in battery life. Are these the new noise-canceling buds to get? Read more: Subscribe:

The best demo at WWDC 2021

The best demo at Apple's WWDC 2021 was Universal Control, a feature that lets you use your Mac's keyboard on an iPad and even a second Mac. It's a very clever little feature, but it is built on years of small iPad improvements. Read more: Watch the Apple WWDC 2021 keynote in 23 minutes: Subscribe:

Apple WWDC 2021 keynote in 23 minutes

Apple just wrapped up its opening WWDC 2021 keynote and gave us our first looks at iOS 15, iPadOS, macOS Monterey, watchOS 8, new health features, privacy updates, improvements to FaceTime, and many more. We compiled all the highlights for you in this video, but, spoiler alert: no new hardware was introduced this year. Read more:

Epic v. Apple trial was much bigger than Fortnite

As Epic Games pushed to get back into the iOS App Store, a lot of secrets came out, including surprising details about Microsoft’s cloud gaming strategy and the future of Fortnite. Read more: Watch our video on the background of this case: Subscribe: Like The Verge on Facebook:

Ford reveals the new electric F-150 Lightning truck

Ford unveiled the F-150 Lightning, the company’s first electric pickup truck. The base model, which comes with a battery that can supply 230 miles of range, starts at $39,974, while the extended range version starts in the mid-$50,000s and can go about 300 miles. There are other unique features, like an onboard scale to weigh cargo and many different...

iPad Pro (2021) review: dream screen

The all-new 2021 iPad Pro has Apple's latest M1 processor, originally designed for the MacBook Air. The 12.9-inch version also has an incredible Mini LED screen, making it the best thing for watching movies that isn't a TV. But for all that, is it still an iPad? Dieter Bohn reviews. If you buy something from a Verge link, Vox Media may earn a commission....

Google I/O 2021 keynote in 16 minutes

Google just finished its 2-hour long I/O 2021 keynote and we did our best to summarize it for you. It announced updates coming to Android 12, Workspace, Google Photos, privacy, and more. Plus, Google’s LaMDA AI language demo shows what it’s like to have a chat with Pluto. 0:01 Intro 0:09 LaMDA (Pluto) 3:11 Google Maps 5:38 Google Shopping 5:58...

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