Every Friday, The Verge publishes our flagship podcast, The Vergecast, where Verge editor-in-chief Nilay Patel and editor-at-large David Pierce discuss the week in tech news with the reporters and editors covering the biggest stories.
On today’s episode, David, Nilay, and Verge deputy editor Liz Lopatto get into the implications of Twitter accepting Elon Musk’s buyout offer and talk about what they think his plans will be for the social network. They also debate what to make of all the rumors flying around that the deal won’t go through at all, even as Musk makes plans for the company’s future under his leadership.
In the second half of the show, Verge senior editor Alex Heath joins to give us all the details on the Pixy, Snap’s new flying camera. The crew also discusses whether a beta fix for the crappy webcam on Apple’s new Studio Display warrants an update to our review and Nilay’s conversation with Ford CEO Jim Farley.
There’s a whole lot more packed into the show — you can listen to the full discussion here or through your preferred podcast player.
Stories mentioned in this episode:
- Twitter accepts buyout, giving Elon Musk total control of the company
- Elon Musk’s Twitter plans are a huge can of worms
- Twitter CEO tells employees no layoffs planned ‘at this time’ following Elon Musk buyout
- What Twitter employees are saying about Elon Musk
- Jack Dorsey says ‘Elon is the singular solution I trust’ for Twitter’s future
- How Elon Musk and Twitter can really fix free speech: act like a messaging app
- Jeff Bezos is already testing Elon Musk’s commitment to free speech by trolling
- Twitter policy chief faces wave of harassment amid Musk criticism
- Crypto is winning, and Bitcoin diehards are furious about it
- Apple Q2 2022 results: A record $97 billion quarter – Six Colors
- Snap Pixy: hands-on with Snapchat’s selfie drone
- Apple releases fix for Studio Display webcam in latest macOS beta
- Apple’s DIY repair service is now available in the US
- E Ink Gallery 3 tech brings us closer to the perfect tablet
- Sonos joins Matter but hasn’t committed to supporting the new standard
- The F-150 Lightning is finally shipping — is Ford ready?