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HoloLens 2: inside Microsoft's new headset

Microsoft is making a new HoloLens headset, called HoloLens 2. But, it’s only getting sold to companies, not consumers. Meant for professionals who work with their hands and not on computers, the new HoloLens has an improved field of view and doesn’t clip as much as the original. Dieter Bohn visited Microsoft’s campus to get an early look at the new HoloLens 2 headset. Read more here: Subscribe: Like The Verge on Facebook: Follow on Twitter: Follow on Instagram: Listen…

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Gamers Are Angry And Are Review Bombing The "Metro" Series On Steam

Gamers are review bombing the Metro series of games on Steam because the game will now only be available to buy on the Epic Game Store for one year. Let’s discuss. Check out Cutting Edge Gamer For Great Graphics Card Leasing Deals (Affiliate Link): Support ReviewTechUSA on Patreon for just $1 a month: Follow Me On Twitch: Follow Me On Facebook: Follow me on Instagram: Join the official ReviewTechUSA Discord server: Follow me on Twitter: Credit to JanTube for the…

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The Nintendo Switch Has Already Outsold The PlayStation Vita In Japan

The Nintendo Switch has outsold the Playstation Vita and it did it in two years on the market. Let’s discuss! Check out Cutting Edge Gamer For Great Graphics Card Leasing Deals (Affiliate Link): Support ReviewTechUSA on Patreon for just $1 a month: Follow Me On Twitch: Follow Me On Facebook: Follow me on Instagram: Join the official ReviewTechUSA Discord server: Follow me on Twitter: Credit to JanTube for the “Subscribe Button” animation: Sources cited in this video: source

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The PlayStation Classic's Games Library Kinda Sucks…

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A gadget maker’s worst nightmare…

Creating a physical product is difficult, even without the added risk of someone stealing your idea. In this first episode of In the Making, Ashley Carman chats with creators about how they dealt with people ripping off their ideas and manufacturing knock-offs. We unpack the challenges they face and how they overcome them. Learn more: Subscribe: Like The Verge on Facebook: Follow on Twitter: Follow on Instagram: Why’d You Push That Button Podcast: The Vergecast Podcast: More about our podcasts:…

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Why The YouTube Banning of Shirrako Over Red Dead Redemption 2 Is A BIG PROBLEM

YouTuber Shirrako posted approx. half a dozen videos of him handling feminists in colorful ways in the video game Red Dead Redemption 2. This caught the attention of Motherboard/Vice and due to the publicity, YouTube decided that his videos were in violation of TOS and his channel was terminated. Luckily, Youtubers such as Keemstar and many others stepped in and Shirrako’s channel was reinstated. However, this situation is an indication of bigger problems to come on the video sharing platform.…

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Samsung Galaxy Fold review: after the break

Samsung is still launching the Galaxy Fold on April 26th, despite reports about problems with the screen. Despite those issues, our review answers the most important questions: does the screen, camera, performance, and software experience hold up? UPDATE: Samsung is delaying the Galaxy Fold release due to issues with review units that technology reporters have revealed: Subscribe: Like The Verge on Facebook: Follow on Twitter: Follow on Instagram: Listen to our podcasts: Read More: Community guidelines: Wallpapers from The Verge:…

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A HUGE PlayStation 5 (PS5) Leak Just Happened…

A Reddit user who goes by the name RuthenicCookie (The person who leaked that Sony would skip E3 2019), made some bold statments regarding the upcoming PlayStation 5. RuthenicCookie leaked the release date, Console price and (some) specs of both the PlayStation 5 and the PSVR 2. Subscribe to ReviewTechUSA for more awesome content. Check out Cutting Edge Gamer For Great Graphics Card Leasing Deals (Affiliate Link): Support ReviewTechUSA on Patreon for just $1 a month: Follow Me On Twitch:…

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Intellivision Entertainment President Tommy Tallarico Discusses The Gaming Industry And The Amico

Industry veteran Tommy Tallarico, who is known for his concert series ‘Video Games Live’, his music production for countless games (Metroid Prime, Earthworm Jim) and his work with Victor Lucas on the television shows Electric Playground TV and Judgement Day, sat down with me to discuss the video game industry and where his upcoming console (The Intellivision Amico) can be successful and fit into the market. Subscribe to ReviewTechUSA for more awesome content! Check out Cutting Edge Gamer For Great…

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Oculus Quest review: can this save VR?

The Oculus Quest is a new take on virtual reality, offering high-end VR in a mobile package — but only with some compromises. Though it’s a self-contained headset with a great new tracking system, it still doesn’t cross some fundamental barriers to mainstream VR success. We take a look at the $399 headset that’s coming out May 21st. Learn more: Subscribe: Like The Verge on Facebook: Follow on Twitter: Follow on Instagram: Listen to our podcasts: Read More: Community guidelines:…

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Ubisoft Accidentally Tries To Get Your Kids To Buy Microtransactions

A parent discovered that her child was being spammed messages about signing up for a subscription service while he was playing Just Dance 2019. Have Microtransactions gone too far? Subscribe to ReviewTechUSA for more awesome content. Check out Cutting Edge Gamer For Great Graphics Card Leasing Deals (Affiliate Link): Support ReviewTechUSA on Patreon for just $1 a month: Follow Me On Twitch: Follow Me On Facebook: Follow me on Instagram: Join the official ReviewTechUSA Discord server: Follow me on Twitter:…

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Samsung Galaxy Fold hands-on: more than a concept

Samsung’s Galaxy Fold is a $1980 folding phone, but you should think of it as a tablet. In the very first real hands-on video, Dieter Bohn explains what this Android device is all about. Read more about the Fold here: Subscribe: Like The Verge on Facebook: Follow on Twitter: Follow on Instagram: Listen to our podcasts: Read More: Community guidelines: Wallpapers from The Verge: Subscribe to Verge Science on YouTube, a new home base for our explorations into the future…

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Why The YouTube App Coming To The Switch Is A Really Big Deal…

Nintendo (seemingly accidentally) revealed that the Nintendo Switch will receive the YouTube App November 8th. This is a big deal, because it will allow people to spend more time on their consoles and to do more than just use the console for gaming. Subscribe to ReviewTechUSA for more awesome content. Check out Cutting Edge Gamer For Great Graphics Card Leasing Deals (Affiliate Link): Support ReviewTechUSA on Patreon for just $1 a month: Follow Me On Twitch: Follow Me On Facebook:…

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Inside Microsoft’s big bet on open design

Microsoft is completely changing the company’s approach to design. This huge shift will impact how all their products look in the future. Tom Warren visits the Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Washington to learn about what the company calls “open design.” This new way of working will enable Microsoft to build hardware and software that feels like it’s all created by one company. Learn more here: Subscribe: Like The Verge on Facebook: Follow on Twitter: Follow on Instagram: Listen to our…

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Is (Supposedly) Racist

What’s the internet mad about today? Well it seems there is some alleged unintentional racist depictions in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Let’s take a deeper look into this. Subscribe to ReviewTechUSA for more awesome content. Check out Cutting Edge Gamer For Great Graphics Card Leasing Deals (Affiliate Link): Support ReviewTechUSA on Patreon for just $1 a month: Follow Me On Twitch: Follow Me On Facebook: Follow me on Instagram: Join the official ReviewTechUSA Discord server: Follow me on Twitter: Credit…

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Why everything is a subscription

Selling a gadget isn’t enough anymore. Creators need to find a way to keep revenue coming in, even after they sell a device. Companies like Peloton sell the hardware, but also a service to go along with it. Ashley Carman reports on recurring revenue and subscription services, and why they might be the key to keeping hardware businesses afloat. Learn more: Subscribe: Like The Verge on Facebook: Follow on Twitter: Follow on Instagram: Why’d You Push That Button Podcast: The…

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Pornhub Is Gonna Blow…Your Leaves

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F8 2019 keynote in 12 minutes

Facebook’s F8 developer conference kicked off today, and its overwhelming theme, according to Mark Zuckerberg, is that “the future is private.” After a year plagued by controversy over whether Facebook is invading its users’ privacy and encouraging social division, it’s pushing hard on helping people connect with close family and friends. Read more: Subscribe: Like The Verge on Facebook: Follow on Twitter: Follow on Instagram: Listen to our podcasts: Read More: Community guidelines: Wallpapers from The Verge: Subscribe to Verge…

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Sony Not Attending E3 2019. The Venue Is Dying

Sony has released a statement saying that they will not be appearing at E3 2019. This is the first time in 24 years that Sony will not be taking part in the major gaming event. Some people think the end is near for E3. What do you think? Let’s discuss! Subscribe to ReviewTechUSA for more awesome. Check out Cutting Edge Gamer For Great Graphics Card Leasing Deals (Affiliate Link): Support ReviewTechUSA on Patreon for just $1 a month: Follow Me…

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Nintendo Buckles, Removes Native American Mr. Game And Watch Animations From SSBU

In the Early 80s, A Nintendo Game and Watch title called ‘Fire Attack’ depicted Native Americans versus cowboys. To pay homage to that game, Nintendo included the Native American frames of animation with their character Mr. Game and Watch. This however, offended many people in the gaming community and many on social media demanded that the character animations be altered. Subscribe to ReviewTechUSA for more awesome content. Check out Cutting Edge Gamer For Great Graphics Card Leasing Deals (Affiliate Link):…

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