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The Verge brings you the best in technology, culture, art, and science news with in-depth reporting, the latest scoops, original features, and editorials from the smartest team in online writing.
The Verge brings you the best in technology, culture, art, and science news with in-depth reporting, the latest scoops, original features, and editorials from the smartest team in online writing.

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Exoskeletons have been around for decades, both in real life and in science fiction. But the latest wave of exoskeletons are advanced enough that they’re being tested in automobile factories, with the hopes of preventing injury, and can even allow paralyzed people to walk.

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Water scarcity affects more than 40 percent of the global population. In the third episode of Next Level season 2, Lauren Goode visits Zero Mass Water, an Arizona-based startup, that is harvesting water using solar panels that pull moisture from the air, even in the desert.

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We went inside Microsoft’s hardware lab to see how it developed the Surface Book and to explore this question: why such a big focus on hinges?

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The best phone without a great camera.

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Star Wars: Jedi Challenges is a recently released augmented reality toy created by Disney and Lenovo, where you can use your phone to fight lightsaber duels and play Holochess.

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Three months after its big launch, Android Oreo remains an extremely rare sight.

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The OnePlus 5T is best described as an enhanced version of the OnePlus 5 that came out roughly six months ago.

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Google's Pixel Buds get a few of the basics right when it comes to wireless earbuds.

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North Carolina-based prefab home builder Deltec has designed a home that’s built to withstand hurricanes. In the season finale of Home of the Future, The Verge and Curbed show you how one Deltec home fared against Hurricane Harvey this past summer.
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