The Verge’s new home for reporting on the Internet, Polygon, has officially launched.
The site allows users to create their own reports about news, games, music, videos, and everything in between.
You can also create a list of sites to report on and share it with your friends.
Polygon is also a hub for other news, entertainment, and business content on social media.
The Verge is also adding an in-depth section dedicated to gaming, including video and games reviews, a roundup of the best VR headsets, and the best new VR content on YouTube.
The news aggregator has also added new features for users, including a feature to let you quickly flag sites you don’t trust for being biased.
The website’s launch comes as Facebook is pushing its own news platform, NewsFeed, that allows users a similar way to report stories and news.
Facebook’s NewsFeed is also available for Android and iOS devices, and you can use it to quickly and easily report on news in your home.
The company said it is committed to a more diverse range of platforms and communities, including adding a more granular filter to the news feed that will automatically filter out stories that have not been verified by users.
NewsFeed has also announced a slew of new features.
“This is not a news site,” the site reads, “it’s a curated news feed where you can flag news sources you don´t trust and share them with your social media friends.
We are going to use it in a way that is both helpful and fair.”