Posts Tagged ‘click’

First Click: This map paints a bleak picture of post-election violence in the US

First Click: This map paints a bleak picture of post-election violence in the US

Ushahidi, a crisis tracking startup based in Nairobi, launched in 2008 after Kenya’s disputed presidential elections descended into violence. Since then, the nonprofit has used crowdsourced reports to track and map sexual harassment in Egypt, earthquake relief efforts in Haiti, and the Arab Spring protests across the Middle East. Now, Ushahidi has begun tracking...

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First Click: Apple turned iMessage into a MSN Messenger nightmare

First Click: Apple turned iMessage into a MSN Messenger nightmare

I’ve been using iOS 10 for a number of weeks now thanks to a public beta, and I had been living in relative peace and tranquillity until last Tuesday. Apple unleashed its latest iOS 10 update to the world last week, and friends and family have been wreaking havoc on me ever since. Apple...

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First Click: Before Brexit and Trump vs. Hillary there was the mascot war

First Click: Before Brexit and Trump vs. Hillary there was the mascot war

Years before they learned to fight over Hillary or Trump and Leave or Remain, the children of the West honed their combative instincts on another war with another fundamental difference at its heart. Nintendo or Sega? Mario or Sonic? It was on this very day, 25 years ago, that the mascot war began in...

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First Click: Apple CarPlay pulls ahead of Android Auto at Geneva Motor Show

First Click: Apple CarPlay pulls ahead of Android Auto at Geneva Motor Show

This week I’ve been kicking the tires of the finest, most exclusive, and most exotic cars at the Geneva Motor Show, and I’ve spotted two emerging trends: cheap oil is bringing huge gas guzzlers back into fashion, and Google’s Android Auto is falling behind Apple’s CarPlay. Android Auto isn’t a complete absentee from the...

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First Click: I, for one, welcome our Chinese drone overlords

First Click: I, for one, welcome our Chinese drone overlords

“Designed by Apple in California. Assembled in China,” reads the back of the iPhone. Decades of Western outsourcing have created the idea that Chinese tech companies are smart enough to manufacture and copy, but not smart enough to invent or create innovative products on their own. That’s about to change as China’s massive population...

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First Click: How has your usage of technology changed in 2015?

First Click: How has your usage of technology changed in 2015?

It’s December which for many is a time of reflection. The arrival of the twelfth month in the Gregorian calendar is always a sign of something old about to be renewed. We, as writers and readers of The Verge, are people that live in the near-future, humans at the forefront of technology adoption and...

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First Click: JJ, LA, and a preview of the week ahead

First Click: JJ, LA, and a preview of the week ahead

We’re smack in the middle of the holidays which means it’s time to start buying all the tech released over the last 11 months and start watching movies, lots and lots of movies. So stop binging on Jessica Jones long enough to preview the Thanksgiving week ahead. Creed opens on Wednesday starring Sylvester Stallone...

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First Click: Using TweetDeck filters to make sense of the senselessness

First Click: Using TweetDeck filters to make sense of the senselessness

November 17th, 2015 Continue reading… The Verge – All Posts

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First Click: Netflix? More like Netshowz

First Click: Netflix? More like Netshowz

Remember when you used to watch movies on Netflix? A time when you’d fire up the app to find popular new films ready to stream? I sure do and I miss it, but I should have seen it coming. In 2012, Netflix lost access to the movies provided under its deal with Starz. Then...

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First Click: iPhone regret

First Click: iPhone regret

Android saved my butt today thanks to a feature unavailable to iPhone users. This morning, my 13-year-old son approached me slowly like a shamed puppy. In his paws were the glass and metal scraps that once formed the husk of a working iPhone 4. After briefly mourning the loss of Jony Ive’s greatest design,...

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