Decoder with Nilay Patel

Decoder is a show from The Verge about big ideas — and other problems. Verge editor-in-chief Nilay Patel talks to a diverse cast of innovators and policymakers at the frontiers of business and technology to reveal how they’re navigating an ever-changing landscape, what keeps them up at night, and what it all means for our shared future.

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Exclusive: Google’s Sundar Pichai talks Search,...
AI is one the deepest platform shifts ever, says Google’s CEO, and he’s not worried about being first.
39 min
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I can't make products just for 41 year old tech...
Airbnb is revamping its Rooms feature while eyeing AI and betting on work from anywhere.
60 min
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The social media age for news is over. Former B...
67 min
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Bitcoin is still the future of payments, says L...
Crypto has a lot of haters these days. A former Facebook exec is trying to prove them wrong with his Bitcoin startup.
47 min
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Brightdrop isn’t just selling electric vans — i...
67 min
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Is Substack Notes a ‘Twitter clone’? We asked C...
Can Substack handle the wrath of Elon Musk and the pain of content moderation?
64 min
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Watching Silicon Valley Bank melt down from the...
Everybody hates Concur. Brex wants to replace it.
59 min
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The surprisingly complex business of toys, with...
Activist investors, unhappy Magic fans, and a D&D licensing battle all at once — oh, and there are Transformers, too.
67 min
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Can Mastodon seize the moment from Twitter?
CEO Eugen Rochko on running - and growing — a decentralized social network
73 min
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How to play the long game, with New York Times ...
Can Wordle, the Athletic, and Cooking bring the Times bundle to all of America?
59 min
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Taylor Swift vs. Ronald Reagan: The Ticketmaste...
From antitrust to Anti-Hero: How the ghost of Ronald Reagan kept fans from getting Taylor Swift tickets.
27 min
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‘The Goliath is Amazon’: after 100 years, Barne...
CEO James Daunt explains how Barnes & Noble is different than Amazon.
60 min
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Why Spotify wants to look like TikTok, with co-...
You’re going to have strong feelings about this redesign.
55 min
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Can Xerox reinvent itself for another 100 years?
CEO Steve Bandrowczak thinks the office printer is where the workplace revolution begins.
60 min
90
How Reddit is getting simpler — and dealing wit...
Reddit announces a scrolling video view for your timeline.
56 min
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Podcasting? Radio? It’s all one big opportunity...
Amid layoffs and a looming recession, folks are concerned about the audio industry. iHeart’s podcast head Conal Byrne is not worried. Here’s why.
63 min
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Erase browser history: can AI reset the browser...
Mozilla chairwoman Mitchell Baker on competing — and cooperating — with Google, Apple, and the rest of big tech
64 min
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Microsoft thinks AI can beat Google at search —...
AI is coming for your browser, your social media, and your operating system too
22 min
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How HBO’s creatives survived corporate chaos
Authors Felix Gillette and John Koblin explain how your favorite shows kept HBO afloat
62 min
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Inside the global battle over chip manufacturing
Professor Chris Miller’s new book “Chip War” explains the complicated global politics inside your iPhone
47 min
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Taylor Swift and the music industry's next $20
Streaming is the problem. It's streaming.
78 min
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Breaking free from big tech and big content wit...
We're talking about chokepoint capitalism
84 min
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‘We might be wrong, but we’re not confused’: ho...
We dive into managing the relationships between designers, engineers, and PMs.
72 min
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How to buy a social network, with Tumblr CEO Ma...
What can Elon learn from Tumblr?
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Disney’s CEO drama explained, with Julia Alexander
The best of Bobs, the worst of Bobs
56 min