After years of negotiations, the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership was finalized today.
In this episode, British engineers unveil an artificially intelligent combat drone.
The Verge had the chance to drive the Model X, Tesla’s first new car in years.
In this episode, how a new engineless aircraft could reach the edge of space.
In this episode, a bendable smartwatch could bring flexible displays into the mainstream.
In this episode, a breakdown of Shell's surprise retreat from Alaska.
In this episode, a car that travels faster than the speed of sound.
In this episode, SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket is back on track.
In this episode, meet OTTO — a robot designed for heavy-load transport.
In this episode, meet Tesla's latest rival — the Thunder Power Sedan.
It's also the testing ground for a radical, highly connected new way of working.
Greg Archer, clean vehicles manager at Transport & Environment, discusses the Volkswagen scandal, if more manufacturers may be involved and the impact from carbon emissions on society.
In this episode, Volvo’s ROAR robots plan to take over the stinky job of trash collecting.
Drew Kodjak tells CNN's Richard Quest how they discovered Volkswagen was using a defeat device in some vehicles.
In this episode, a controversial high-speed railway idea might just become a reality.
In this episode, a 40-foot-tall and 20-foot-wide 3D printer called Big Delta.
For a quarter million dollars, and fewer training hours than are required to pilot most planes, you can take off in this two-seat hybrid seaplane.
In this episode, the end of GM's long-running controversy over defective ignition switches.
It’s no secret that the shale boom has been unraveling — and that fracking in the U.S. has become the victim of its own success.
In this episode, DARPA's solution for landing helicopters on uneven terrain.