Road Robots Are Coming to the Rescue

Supply chains are clogged and driving is getting more dangerous. 2023’s autonomous vehicles could help fix both. Go to Source Author: Dmitri Dolgov...

Meta acquires smart lensmaker Luxexcel as it works toward AR glasses goal

Illustration by Nick Barclay / The Verge Meta’s throwing more money into the metaverse with its acquisition of Luxexcel, a Netherlands-based company that specializes in 3D-printing prescription lenses for smart glasses. The news was first reported by Dutch outlet De Tijd (via TechCrunch), but Meta has since confirmed to...

Twitter will soon let you swipe between tweets, topics, and trends

Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Twitter will soon let you swipe to switch between different views containing recommended and followed tweets, trends, topics, and more. In a tweet, Elon Musk announced that support for the navigation feature will arrive in January. Musk first hinted at the feature...

 Keep your eyes peeled for this comet in 2023

Comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) was discovered by astronomers using the wide-field survey camera at the Zwicky Transient Facility this year in early March. This fine telescopic image was taken on December 19th. | Dan Bartlett via NASA Here’s something to look forward to in the new year: 2023 could give us...

Trials Of Osiris Rewards This Week In Destiny 2 (December 30-January 3)

As the year comes to a close, there’s still time for one final round of action in Destiny 2’s Trials of Osiris. The place to be when you’re looking for high-level PvP competition, Trials has a unique flavor of high risk and reward gameplay that makes it stand apart...

PSA: the Dark Sky’s iOS app will stop working imminently

Photo by Thilina Kaluthotage/NurPhoto via Getty Images The time has come: Dark Sky, the (mostly) beloved weather app for iOS is going to stop working on January 1st, according to in-app warnings. The sunsetting has been in the forecast for a while — Apple announced it was planning on...

The button on Canon’s image-stabilized binoculars unlocked superhuman sight

Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge From pirates to spies to kid detectives, it’s a common Hollywood trope: hold a simple spyglass or binoculars up to your eyes, and you’ll effortlessly get a crystal-clear cylindrical picture of what’s going on. That’s horseshit, of course. Unless you’ve got...