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Hello! This is The Vergecast, the flagship podcast of The Verge... and your life. Every Friday, Nilay Patel and David Pierce make sense of the week's tech news with help from our wide-ranging staff. 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.

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Hello! This is The Vergecast, the flagship podcast of The Verge... and your life. Every Friday, Nilay Patel and David Pierce make sense of the week's tech news with help from our wide-ranging staff. 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.

    Computex 2022 laptops 💻 Elon vs Twitter bots 🤖 Apple ‘testing’ foldable E Ink display 📱

    Computex 2022 laptops 💻 Elon vs Twitter bots 🤖 Apple ‘testing’ foldable E Ink display 📱

    Nilay Patel, David Pierce, and Alex Cranz discuss the most interesting laptops announced this week at Computex 2022.
    33:03 - Senior reporter Liz Lopatto returns to update us on Elon Musk's deal to buy to Twitter.
    1:00:30 - Gadget rumors continue in segment three.
    Stories discussed in this episode:

    Asus’ ROG Flow X16 is a big, powerful 2-in-1 gaming laptop

    With new Acer Swift 3, OLED marches toward the mainstream

    Acer’s new Spin 714 could be 2022’s best Chromebook

    The new Framework Laptop is another step toward a truly modular gadget

    HP’s new Spectre x360 16 laptop is all-in on Intel

    Acer’s new Chromebook Tab 510 puts LTE into a super tough, super bulky tablet

    Acer’s new Predator Helios 300 supports glasses-free 3D content

    How an Excel TikToker manifested her way to making six figures a day

    Elon Musk says Twitter deal ‘cannot move forward’ until it proves bot numbers

    ​​Elon Musk’s latest stunt: calling on the SEC to investigate Twitter’s user numbers


    Elon Musk’s silence on how he’d moderate the Buffalo shooting livestream is deafening

    Twitter CEO defends bot estimates that put Elon Musk’s acquisition on hold

    Twitter shares plummet as Musk raises new doubts about acquisition


    Twitter (TWTR) Deal Is Proceeding, Not 'On Hold,' Executives Tell Staff - Bloomberg 

    Elon Musk told us he was sending a car to space, then said he totally made it up

    Apple ‘testing’ foldable with secondary E Ink display, says analyst

    Apple will bring Live Captions to the iPhone, iPad, and Mac and more gesture control on Apple Watch

    iOS 15.5 arrives ahead of Apple’s annual developer conference

    Sony LinkBuds S review: supreme comfort doesn’t come cheap

    This is the design of Sonos’ upcoming Sub Mini

    Samsung SmartThings begins testing Matter devices on its platform

    Pebble founder: it’s your ‘last chance’ to make a small Android phone happen - The Verge

    Amazon’s new Fire 7 tablet finally has a USB-C port

    The defunct LG Wing is getting Verizon C-band because 5G in this country is silly


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    • 1h 19 min
    How video game controllers got a lot more accessible

    How video game controllers got a lot more accessible

    In the final chapter of our Vergecast “creators series,” Alex Cranz talks with Ben Heck, who has been modding game systems and controllers since the early 2000s, which led to his project creating single-handed video game controllers.
    Alex also talks with Bryce Johnson, who is one of the inventors of the Xbox Adaptive Controller, the game controller designed for gamers with limited mobility.
    Relevant links:

    BenHeck.com

    One-handed DualSense (video)

    Design A 3D Printed Controller Modification For accessibility! (video)

    One Handed PS4 Controller - Accessible Controller by Evil (video)

    Microsoft announces Xbox Adaptive Controller for players with disabilities

    Microsoft’s Adaptive Accessories are designed to be customizable inputs


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    • 34 min
    Google CEO Sundar Pichai on Google I/O 2022 📲 Stablecoins struggling to survive the crypto crash 📉 Apple discontinues the iPod 🎧

    Google CEO Sundar Pichai on Google I/O 2022 📲 Stablecoins struggling to survive the crypto crash 📉 Apple discontinues the iPod 🎧

    Nilay Patel and David Pierce interview Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai after Google announcing a bunch of products at their I/O conference.
    34:25 - Dan Seifert joins the show to discuss the hardware previewed at Google I/O 2022.
    55:38 - Liz Lopatto explains "the crypto crash" in this week's Crypto Corner.
    1:07:19 - Alex Cranz hops in to run through this week's gadget rumors, reviews, and announcements.
    Further reading:

    Google is making an Android-based Pixel tablet and plans to start selling it in 2023

    Google finally announces the Pixel Watch

    The Pixel 6A includes Google’s Tensor chipset and costs $449

    Here’s an early look at the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro coming this fall

    Google’s vision for Android 13 is to offer a little more of everything

    Google’s new Pixel Buds Pro come with noise cancellation and long battery life

    Google thinks the time is right to bring back Wallet

    Google Chrome is getting built-in virtual credit cards

    Apple will drop iPhone Lightning port in favor of USB-C in 2023, claims analyst

    Apple discontinues the iPod after 20 years

    Sony WH-1000XM5 review: new design, new sound, new price - The Verge

    Mark Zuckerberg’s Project Cambria demo shows off its full-color passthrough - The Verge

    Samsung’s next flagship foldable allegedly leaks

    Samsung and LG preview the future of weird phone displays

    DJI officially announces Mini 3 Pro

    Aura Strap 2 review: context — you love to see it

    Ford F-150 Lightning first drive: quiet storm

    Dish’s upcoming wireless plan might let you buy an iPhone with crypto

    Josh Hawley wants to punish Disney by taking copyright law back to 1909 and that sucks

    UiPath CEO Daniel Dines thinks automation can fight the great resignation

    Ploopy and the promise of an open-source trackball


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    • 1h 39 min
    How Google is trying to make ambient computing work

    How Google is trying to make ambient computing work

    Google has big visions for the future of computing. It’s working on building what it calls an ambient computer: a virtual helper that can accomplish anything, anywhere, any way you want. But that vision won’t come easy. Ahead of Google’s I/O developer conference, The Verge sat down with some of Google’s most important executives to talk about the company’s vision, its new hardware and software, and how the company is changing to build the future it imagines.
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    • 24 min
    3D printing and trackballs: the future of gadgets?

    3D printing and trackballs: the future of gadgets?

    In episode two of our Vergecast "creators series," Alex Cranz talks with the creators of Ploopy, the open source trackball that has a dedicated fanbase on Reddit.
    Alex also talks with Chris Person, who recently wrote about Ploopy for The Verge, about how 3D printing and online communities are creating opportunities for gadget enthusiasts.
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    • 38 min
    "After Steve" author Tripp Mickle / Fortnite’s back on iOS / Sonos’s voice assistant

    "After Steve" author Tripp Mickle / Fortnite’s back on iOS / Sonos’s voice assistant

    Nilay Patel and David Pierce chat with Tripp Mickle, a New York Times reporter and the author of a new book titled After Steve: How Apple Became a Trillion-Dollar Company and Lost its Soul. They talk about the rise of Jony Ive and Tim Cook, the power struggle between the two, and how Apple is grappling with everything from building a car to managing its relationship with the Chinese government.
    After that, Verge managing editor Alex Cranz joins the show to talk about Starlink’s new Portability mode, HP’s super high-end new Chromebook, Fortnite coming back to iOS courtesy of Xbox Cloud Gaming, Sonos’s upcoming soundbar and voice assistant, and why Siri can’t seem to successfully close Nilay’s garage.

    After Steve: How Apple Became a Trillion-Dollar Company and Lost Its Soul

    Starlink’s new Portability feature brings internet to vanlifers

    Now you can play Fortnite on iPhone or Android for free with Xbox Cloud Gaming

    Exclusive: Sonos’ next soundbar will be called the Sonos Ray

    Exclusive: Sonos is about to introduce its own voice assistant

    The HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook will start at $1,149 - The Verge

    Leak confirms Sony flagship headphone design, casts doubt on improved battery life

    Sennheiser’s Momentum True Wireless 3 earbuds have a fresh design and better ANC


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    • 1h 20 min

Reseñas de clientes

4.7 de 5
19 calificaciones

19 calificaciones

Francisco Crespo ,

Outstanding

Great content, really informed presenters and a lot of fun

raftjorge ,

Outstanding , but

Big fan of the show. However, I don’t feel comfortable with @Microsoft sponsoring the podcast and Nilay making the reading. I think it goes against commercial/editorial separation

Hobb1t ,

Great podcast!

I love listeining to this podcast

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