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Shutterstock will start selling AI-generated stock imagery with help from OpenAI

Shutterstock is banning AI art uploaded to its platform by third parties — because it can’t validate the model used to create the content so can’t be sure who owns the copyright.
By The Verge Oct. 25, 2022

Twitter is planning to start charging $20 per month for verification

Platformer’s Casey Newton first reported that Twitter was considering charging for verification.
By The Verge Oct. 31, 2022

There are too many iPads, iPhones, and Apple Watches

There was the ninth-gen iPad and the 10th-gen iPad.
By The Verge Nov. 1, 2022

Chrome’s new sidebar lets you blast through search results

This isn’t Chrome’s first sidebar.
By The Verge Nov. 1, 2022

Instagram fixes outage that told millions their accounts were suspended

Adam Mosseri, who heads up Instagram, also apologized for the outage.
By The Verge Nov. 1, 2022

Google is freaking out about ChatGPT

Google announced it’s laying off more than 12,000 employees and focusing on AI as a domain of primary importance.
By The Verge Jan. 24, 2023

WhatsApp’s new native Mac app is now in open beta

The messaging service has previously offered a web wrapped version of its web app as a macOS app
By The Verge Jan. 24, 2023

Apple MacBook Pro 16 (2023) review: the core count grows

The 2023 MacBook Pro 16 is almost exactly the same as the 2021 MacBook Pro 16 except that there is a new chip inside
By The Verge Jan. 24, 2023

The stage is set for Samsung’s Ultra pep rally

That’s just to be expected for a mature product category like smartphones — the year-over-year changes aren’t the technological leaps and bounds forward that they once were.
By The Verge Feb. 1, 2023

Mark Zuckerberg says Meta is making this the ‘year of efficiency’

Practically, Zuckerberg said this means “flattening our org structure and removing some layers of middle management to make decisions faster.
By The Verge Feb. 2, 2023

Apple and Google face mounting pressure to remove TikTok from app stores

Bennet, a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, is the first lawmaker to reach out directly to app store providers like Apple and Google requesting TikTok’s removal.
By The Verge Feb. 2, 2023

Microsoft and Google are about to Open an AI battle

Google isn’t going to sit back and let Microsoft grab the AI search limelight easily, and judging by past skirmishes, this one could get just as ugly as the “Scroogled” era.
By The Verge Feb. 7, 2023

Google starts testing Android 14 with even better support for foldables

Google’s also improving Android 13’s per-app language system and making it easier for developers to handle languages with grammatical gender.
By The Verge Feb. 9, 2023

Twitter is just showing everyone all of Elon’s tweets now

This comes just days after Musk complained that his tweets weren’t getting enough views — and even fired an engineer over it.
By The Verge Feb. 14, 2023

Instagram’s co-founders are back with Artifact, a kind of TikTok for text

A team of seven people is now working on the app, including Robby Stein, a top product executive at Instagram from 2016 to 2021.
By The Verge Feb. 27, 2023

Elon Musk unveils a new Master Plan, a path to sustainable energy future, but no new cars

While Tesla has launched its solar roof business, installations have been slow going.
By The Verge Mar. 2, 2023

Facebook’s willing to reform its controversial cross-check program — but only parts of it

Meta has opted to fully implement 11 of those recommendations, while partially adopting 15.
By The Verge Mar. 6, 2023

Apple will reportedly launch an M3-equipped iMac later this year

The new iMac isn’t expected to enter mass production until at least three months, Gurman notes
By The Verge Mar. 6, 2023

How a single engineer brought down Twitter

In a tweet, the company offered the vaguest of explanations for what was happening. 
By The Verge Mar. 7, 2023

Sony releases new PS5 update with Discord integration, 1440p improvements, and more

PS5 owners will be able to use the Discord app on mobile or a PC to transfer a Discord call to their console.
By The Verge Mar. 8, 2023

Samsung caught faking zoom photos of the Moon

The test of Samsung’s phones conducted by Reddit user u/ibreakphotos was ingenious in its simplicity.
By The Verge Mar. 14, 2023

Meta gives up on NFTs for Facebook and Instagram

Meta is “winding down” its work with NFTs on Facebook and Instagram, Meta commerce and fintech lead Stephane Kasriel said in a Twitter thread on Monday.
By The Verge Mar. 15, 2023

Elon Musk and top AI researchers call for pause on ‘giant AI experiments’

The letter, published by the nonprofit Future of Life Institute, notes that AI labs are currently locked in an “out-of-control race” to develop and deploy machine learning systems
By The Verge Mar. 29, 2023

Union accuses Apple of firing workers in retaliation for organizing

The union has also accused the company of interrogating employees,
By The Verge Mar. 29, 2023

Tesla announces record deliveries following price cuts

Tesla reduced the price of the long range Model Y variant by 20 percent in the US.
By The Verge Apr. 3, 2023

Elon Musk’s obsession with blue checks is a verified problem

Musk already biffed it with advertisers: revenue has fallen by half since October.
By The Verge Apr. 5, 2023

iPhone 15 Pro could end up having physical rather than solid-state buttons

Rumors that Apple would switch to solid-state buttons for the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max emerged around October last year.
By The Verge Apr. 12, 2023

Social media is doomed to die

The other day, I woke up and was promptly greeted by a handful of Snapchat notifications.
By The Verge Apr. 18, 2023

Netflix is shutting down its original DVD business after 25 years

The company acquired the DVD.com domain in March 2012
By The Verge Apr. 19, 2023

WhatsApp adds option to use the same account on multiple phones

The new feature works across both iOS and Android devices
By The Verge Apr. 26, 2023