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Google is shutting down Stadia / Amazon's hardware launch event The Vergecast

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The Verge's David Pierce, Alex Cranz, and Jay Peters discuss Google deciding to shut down its game streaming service Stadia. Jennifer Pattison Tuohy joins the show to chat about all the products Amazon announced at its hardware launch event this week, including the new E Ink tablet for reading and writing.

Google is shutting down Stadia


Google is trying to reinvent search — by being more than a search engine 

Google’s trying to become a one-stop shopping destination

Google will help you find better results without tagging ‘Reddit’ onto every search


The 11 biggest announcements at Amazon's hardware launch event 

Amazon’s Kindle Scribe is an E Ink tablet for reading and writing

Amazon fifth-generation Echo Dot smart speakers get a host of new features

Echo speakers can now be Eero mesh Wi-Fi extenders

Amazon’s new Echo Auto is smaller and easier to mount in your car

Amazon’s latest 4K TVs improve picture quality and borrow ideas from The Frame

The new Amazon Fire TV Cube has an HDMI input for controlling cable boxes 

Alexa is getting some much-needed smart home upgrades

Amazon’s Halo Rise is a bedside light to track your sleep and wake you up

Blink's new Mini Pan Tilt adds robotics to its compact home security camera


Ring's new Spotlight Cam Pro mashes its most advanced features into a wireless design  

Sonos Sub Mini review: low end for a lower price

Intel and Samsung are getting ready for ‘slidable’ PCs

Leaked Galaxy S23 renders suggest Samsung could ditch the camera bump

A smart lock with long-range wireless power is finally a reality

Asus launches massive 17-inch Zenbook with Ryzen 6000

Intel’s 13th Gen processors arrive October 20th with $589 flagship Core i9-13900K

Wacom announces the Cintiq Pro 27, its latest display graphics tablet

Logitech announces its first mechanical keyboard specifically for the Mac

Stage Manager isn’t just for M1 iPads anymore

Hands-on with aptX Lossless, the new tech promising CD-quality audio over Bluetooth


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The Verge's David Pierce, Alex Cranz, and Jay Peters discuss Google deciding to shut down its game streaming service Stadia. Jennifer Pattison Tuohy joins the show to chat about all the products Amazon announced at its hardware launch event this week, including the new E Ink tablet for reading and writing.

Google is shutting down Stadia


Google is trying to reinvent search — by being more than a search engine 

Google’s trying to become a one-stop shopping destination

Google will help you find better results without tagging ‘Reddit’ onto every search


The 11 biggest announcements at Amazon's hardware launch event 

Amazon’s Kindle Scribe is an E Ink tablet for reading and writing

Amazon fifth-generation Echo Dot smart speakers get a host of new features

Echo speakers can now be Eero mesh Wi-Fi extenders

Amazon’s new Echo Auto is smaller and easier to mount in your car

Amazon’s latest 4K TVs improve picture quality and borrow ideas from The Frame

The new Amazon Fire TV Cube has an HDMI input for controlling cable boxes 

Alexa is getting some much-needed smart home upgrades

Amazon’s Halo Rise is a bedside light to track your sleep and wake you up

Blink's new Mini Pan Tilt adds robotics to its compact home security camera


Ring's new Spotlight Cam Pro mashes its most advanced features into a wireless design  

Sonos Sub Mini review: low end for a lower price

Intel and Samsung are getting ready for ‘slidable’ PCs

Leaked Galaxy S23 renders suggest Samsung could ditch the camera bump

A smart lock with long-range wireless power is finally a reality

Asus launches massive 17-inch Zenbook with Ryzen 6000

Intel’s 13th Gen processors arrive October 20th with $589 flagship Core i9-13900K

Wacom announces the Cintiq Pro 27, its latest display graphics tablet

Logitech announces its first mechanical keyboard specifically for the Mac

Stage Manager isn’t just for M1 iPads anymore

Hands-on with aptX Lossless, the new tech promising CD-quality audio over Bluetooth


Email us at vergecast@theverge.com or call us at 866-VERGE11, we'd love to hear from you.
We are conducting a short audience survey to help plan for our future and hear from you. To participate, head to vox.com/podsurvey, and thank you!
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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