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The Verge is a news and media network with focus on technology. Run by Vox Media based in Manhattan, New York, the network delivers up to date news items and other relevant information about technology. It also offers feature stories, product reviews, podcasts and even an entertainment show.

The site provides a wealth of information on technology ranging from articles to reviews as well as videos. It also offers various forums thereby providing visitors interested to share their views or find answers to their questions with a wide choice.

Launched in 2011, The Verge is a multi-awarded network. Just a year after its launching, it received five Webby Awards such as Best for Writing, Best Podcast, Best Visual Design, Best Consumer Electronics site and Best Mobile News App. During its launching, the network’s website recorded 4 million unique visitors and 20 million pageviews.

The daily newsletter from The Verge includes their latest stories on technology, science, art, and culture. The Verge likely gained its notoriety for its in-depth product reviews, but the site covers so much more than that: the latest from Apple and Google, experiments with new creations like Soylent, and unique takes on trending stories across social media.


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