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South Korea, Asia
While computer programs now best the world's leading human players of games like checkers and chess, the high level of intuition and evaluation required by Go has made it tough for computers to crack.
The Verge
 | Innovation
March 09, 2016
Kenya, Africa
The authors of the study say the finding is the earliest scientifically dated evidence of violence between groups of ancient hunter-gatherers.
The Verge
 | Archaeology
January 21, 2016
United States, North America
This return-to-flight mission has made history — no one else has ever landed a rocket that has gone as deep into space as the Falcon 9.
The Verge
 | Space
December 22, 2015
World
But don't panic, even though NASA just found out about it last week.
The Verge
 | Space
October 25, 2015
Europe
The world's largest particle accelerator started running again last month after nearly two years of maintenance work.
The Verge
 | Science
June 04, 2015
United States, North America
Slowing down enough to land isn't as easy as it looks.
The Verge
 | Space
June 01, 2015
United States, North America
With all the recent news about the ISS, it's easy to forget that reason Elon Musk created SpaceX in the first place is to help land humans on Mars.
The Verge
 | Space
May 18, 2015
United States, North America
New York justice briefly decrees two apes are covered by habeas corpus before changing her court order.
The Verge
 | Society
April 23, 2015
Norway, Europe
The Ministry of Culture has finalized a transition date. The country plans to transition to Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) as a national standard.
The Verge
 | Society
April 20, 2015
World
The future where you can just be lazy and spend money with a push of a button from Amazon is here, and it's very real.
The Verge
 | Innovation
April 01, 2015
Iceland, Europe
Huge Icelandic study provides insight into the genome of a nation.
The Verge
 | Archaeology
March 26, 2015
World
A radical 1950s scientist suggested memories could survive outside the brain - and he may have been right.
The Verge
 | Science
March 20, 2015
Japan, Asia
Imagine waking up to Godzilla's giant eyeball peering into your bedroom. That's the terrifying opportunity Hotel Gracery in Tokyo's Shinjuku neighborhood will offer guests.
The Verge
 | Travel
February 28, 2015
World
Depending on who you ask, genetically modified organisms are the solution to malnutrition and hunger in the developing world, or a threat to food sovereignty.
The Verge
 | Society
February 19, 2015
World
It's way weirder to have cancer cells floating through your body that are constantly trying to kill you.
The Verge
 | Science
February 01, 2015
Macau, Asia, China
Macau's Studio City has licensed an unrivaled portfolio of DC Comics and Warner Bros. characters
The Verge
 | Entertainment
January 15, 2015
United States, North America
The future will be wearable, autonomous, and always connected.
The Verge
 | Innovation
January 03, 2015
United States, North America
It's clearly the work of an architect's imagination unleashed.
The Verge
 | Arts
December 17, 2014
World
The new data is important for answering questions about the origins of water on Earth, but not everyone is convinced.
The Verge
 | Space
December 11, 2014
United Kingdom, Europe
STAR is a super yacht concept that will cost an estimated $500 million.
The Verge
 | Innovation
October 28, 2014
United States, North America
As sea levels rise, you're never too cautious when your city lies along the shore.
The Verge
 | Innovation
October 08, 2014
United States, North America
As more are protesting for a global change, will our leaders care about climate change?
The Verge
 | Environment
September 25, 2014