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Hello! This is The Vergecast, the flagship podcast of The Verge... and your life. Every Friday, Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Paul Miller make sense of the week's tech news with help from our diverse and wide-ranging staff. And on Tuesdays, Nilay hosts in-depth, one-on-one interviews with major technology leaders. Join us every week for a fun, deeply nerdy, often off-the-rails conversation about what's happening now (and next) in technology and gadgets. And, remember, promo code. Produced by The Verge and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
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Foxxconn's empty innovation centers and a blackhole photo revealed
Loren Grush discusses the first image of a black hole, Nilay discusses Foxconn's broken dreams, Dieter discusses gadgets, and Paul discusses Microsoft's Chromium Edge browser. Long show but stick with us, there's a lot to know here. Stories discussed this week: - See the first image ever taken of a supermassive black hole- Ikea and Sonos made the ultimate speaker lamp- Foxconn’s ‘innovation centers’ are a bunch of empty buildings in Wisconsin- Turns out Amazon buying Eero wasn’t the startup success story we thought- New Zealand privacy commissioner says Facebook is run by ‘morally bankrupt’ liars- T-Mobile relaunches Layer3 TV service as TVision Home- Netflix confirms it killed AirPlay support, won't let you beam shows to …- YouTube TV raises monthly price to $50, but adds Discovery channels ...- Google patches ads into Android TV home screens without warning …- LG G8 ThinQ review: many gimmicks, not enough progress- Samsung's Galaxy A80 is an automated notchless slider with a ...- Hidden Google Play info suggests 'midyear' release for Pixel 3 devices ...- Microsoft's Chromium Edge browser is now officially available to test …- Microsoft reveals all the Google things it removed in its Chromium …Vote for Vergecast in the Webby's! as well as The Verge's Why'd You Push That Button? and our wonderful YouTube channel Verge Sciencealso, we'd love our listeners and reader to fill out theverge.com/survey
Apple's new iPad mini and Google's Stadia gaming platform
A rundown of Apple's latest product updates including the new iPad mini, iPad Air, and AirPods. The Vergecast crew Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Paul Miller also discuss Apple's upcoming event on Monday and what their new services may contain. Second half of the show features Google's announcement of their new game streaming platform Stadia. Links: - Facebook stored hundreds of millions of passwords in plain text- Apple updates $399 iPad mini with Apple Pencil support-Apple’s new iPad mini is a terrific small tablet with no competition-Apple brings back the iPad Air with 10.5-inch display and Smart Keyboard support-Apple’s new AirPods come with a wireless charging case, Hey Siri support, and more battery life-Apple will let you add 256GB of RAM to an iMac Pro for $5,200-Apple updates iMacs with new Intel processors and AMD GPUs-A brand-new AirPower image has appeared on Apple’s Australian site-What to expect from Apple’s TV and news service event-Apple’s plan for its new TV service: Sell other people’s TV services- gone90.biz-Here are the shows and films coming to Apple’s streaming service- Is this robotic therapy pet the uncanny valley of dog?-Google unveils Stadia cloud gaming service, launches in 2019-Google Stadia uses a custom AMD chip to offer 10.7 teraflops of cloud gaming power-Oculus unveils the Rift S, a higher-resolution VR headset with built-in trackingThanks to Microsoft Azure for sponsoring this episode. Get started with a free account and 12 months of popular free services at Azure.com/trial today.
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Justin Landis

fascinating guest!

Apr 21st
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Jerry Davis

I want to hear about the save the internet act soon please!!

Apr 11th
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Pavan Kulkarni

Great episode!

Apr 10th
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Jaikishen

as usual great information

Apr 1st
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Peter Jarich

p cd l l p f LLM p p

Mar 29th
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Jacob Reeze

their maybe an antitrust or anticompetitiveness case to make about data collection, but if all consumer data collection is realistically going to be used for is serving more targeted ads and making more targeted products and services then I really don't care. For a long time our captalisr culture has put our intimate details into the hands of the corporate elite, but you don't hear people complaining about insurance companies, the credit scoring companies, or American Express and the like. I don't care if some nerd has my info along with billions of others and could theoretically take the time to see what type of videos Im watching online. And of course theyre are new risks that we're vulnerable to. new kinds of crimes any tech or societal development allows for new criminal avenues. but hey let's just put a halt on all progress and then we can just live among the old threats that still victimize the less lucky of us but hey at least their familiar. the comentariat class in the tech space spend so much time fretting over potential data consiparicies and meanwhile miss alot of the incredible innovation that's bieng made.

Mar 26th
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Linus Moses

This is an excellent episode. Enjoyed the deep dive

Mar 20th
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abdul reeyas

pls bring video

Mar 14th
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General Makaba

why are they shouting? aren't they miked up to the venue? lol great podcast though

Mar 13th
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George Digenis

I enjoy the episodes more with nilay, dieter, and Paul

Mar 9th
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David Koh

Tim apple pen

Mar 8th
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hayden richardson

haha yep. I listen to podcasts while I weld durig the day at work 👌 love the podcast btw❤

Mar 6th
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Serg Men

vergecast be hating

Mar 4th
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Lee Woods

I really enjoyed this one! it would make for a great Sci-fi movie!

Feb 18th
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Lee Woods

I as an Android user do not want iMessage not do I see the point in continuously asking. in my opinion the way to go is Messaging Layer Security that everyone should take advantage of

Feb 15th
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Lee Woods

I really enjoyed this interview with Bill Gates. It was insightful that he and his wife's organization is doing so much good in the world .

Feb 12th
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mark clemmons

listening on @castbox

Feb 10th
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Lee Woods

I like the emergency podcast format that you all got rolled out today. it's a good way to keep listeners up to date. How on Earth could Sprint's outside council not be familiar with what Sprint did with WiMax? I hopped on that bandwagon with the HTC Evo on Sprint and the service was absolutely awful!

Feb 8th
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Diaz Diandra

I'm using Castbox, why are there some podcast constantly moving to other channel, like every few months. hey @castbox

Feb 6th
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Justin Landis

fantastic guest! looking forward to buying her book! thank you.

Jan 30th
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