|Formation||11 November 2011|
|A technology news and media outlet|
The Verge is a technology news and media outlet operated by Vox Media. The outlet normally publishes news articles and product reviews.
The Verge has been known to push biased views and censors negative information regarding certain people and entities. The Verge's notable promotions include favorable narratives and censorship of damaging information regarding Elon Musk and Tesla, Jeff Bezos and Amazon, Apple and Twitch streaming service, among others. Competitors to these figures, such as Jia Yueting and Faraday Future, Huawei, Cody Wilson and Defense Distributed, etc. are usually denigrated and antagonized.
Though the site is supposed to cater to subjects relating technology, the outlet is often used to criticize alleged "antisemitism". There are a disproportionate number of Jewish employees at The Verge. The Verge was founded by Joshua Topolsky, a Zionist Jew. He recruited fellow Jews Paul Miller, Ross Miller, Joanna Stern and Chris Ziegler to found The Verge. Their parent company, Vox Media, is known for creating 'explanation' videos propagating narratives about the Israel-Palestine conflict, Iran, Yemen and more.
Comments on The Verge's website are heavily censored and ghost-deleted when contradicting The Verge's narratives.