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.
Galaxy Note 10 Plus review, Apple fall lineup r...
This week on The Vergecast...Dieter's got a review for the Galaxy Note 10, Samsung has some blue bubble bashing GIFs, and there are a whole bunch of Apple device rumors.
Sen. Michael Bennet talks tech in the next elec...
Makena Kelly and Nilay Patel sit down with senator and presidential candidate Michael Bennet about his new book "Dividing America"
Huawei announces HarmonyOS, Apple's bad battery...
This week on The Vergecast, smart ovens are turning themselves on, Apple has some battery problems, Spotify has some new features, and Huawei announces a new operating system.
Exclusive: Matt Mullenweg and Automattic bought...
CEO of Automattic Matt Mullenweg joins the Vergecast to share what his plans are after buying the blogging platform Tumblr.
TechFreedom's Berin Szóka on bad tech policy
Berin and Nilay have differed on a few issues regarding tech policy, but what they do agree on is the state of the tech policy conversation — its bad.
Samsung shows off Galaxy Note 10, Disney announ...
Samsung showed off their Galaxy Note 10 this week at their unpacked event so the Vergecast gives their first impression. Also, reporter Julia Alexander stops by to update us on the streaming wars. The show ends with breaking down Apple's controversy over Siri voice recordings.
Being hopeful about the web with Paul Ford
Nilay Patel interviews Paul Ford about his hopefulness in tech, his recent piece in Wired, and the state of building stuff for the web.
Apple diversifying business, face unlock for Pi...
This week: Apple's earnings and the future of the iPhone business, face unlock for the Pixel 4, the next Josh Hawley bill that would ban endless scolling, 5G with T-Mobile, and a preview of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10
Mark Cuban on why AI is the future and Facebook...
Billionaire businessman Mark Cuban on why he thinks Facebook’s Libra is dangerous.
Apple's Intel acquisition, the Galaxy Fold star...
Companies have a lot of money
Why everyone hates Big Tech with Matt Yglesias ...
Understanding what Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act really means
Big tech at Capitol Hill, Elon Musk's brain mac...
Everything is too hard to use, with Asurion CEO...
The problems with closed eco-systems and why an insurance company like Asurion got involved with tech support.
Nintendo announces Switch Lite, Apple updates M...
Net neutrality was repealed a year ago. Gigi So...
Net neutrality was repealed a year ago. Gigi Sohn explains what’s happened since
Mourning a robot with Ashley Carman and Kaitlyn...
Why big companies will never get content manage...
Jony Ive leaving Apple, iPadOS public beta, and...
Kara Swisher on Silicon Valley’s lack of compet...
Breaking up big tech companies like Google, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon.
Death, fear, and anxiety at Facebook’s worst-pe...
Nilay Patel and Casey Newton discuss a workplace in Tampa, FL plagued by fear and anxiety and worse.
Facebook executives Adam Mosseri and Andrew Bos...
Facebook executives Adam Mosseri and Andrew Bosworth sit down with The Verge’s Casey Newton at Code Conference to discuss antitrust and the prospect of breaking up Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp
Introducing Nice Try! Utopian
Nice Try! is a new podcast from Curbed and the Vox Media Podcast Network that explores stories of people who have tried to design a better world, and what happens when those designs don't go according to plan.
Recapping Code Conference, Youtube’s CEO apolog...
Code Conference recap. YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki’s apology. Pixel 4 leak, E3 wrap up.
Beyond Meat CEO Ethan Brown on sustainable food...
Beyond Meat CEO Ethan Brown discusses the evolution of plant-based burgers, the science of protein, why his company avoids GMOs, and their mission to help create a more sustainable food system.
YouTube’s bad week: pedophiles, hate speech, an...
WWDC 2019, a new Mac Pro, and updates to the iPad
The ethics of AI with Google's AI lead Jeff Dean
Verge senior reporter James Vincent speaks with Google AI lead Jeff Dean and Verge editor-in-chief Nilay Patel about AI bias, facial recognition, and government regulation around AI.
Weird laptops of Computex, new Intel and AMD ch...
How technology is changing music with Switched ...
Unpacking how technology is changing the distribution, making, and sound of popular music.
The T-Mobile and Sprint merger, Apple tweaks th...
Huawei, 5G, and Robocalls with FCC Commissioner...
FCC Commissioner Geoffrey Starks stops by to discuss Huawei, regulating robocalls, net neutrality, the race for 5G and more
OnePlus 7 Pro review, the White House's censors...
The lawyer who won against Apple at the Supreme...
Apple just lost a case at the Supreme Court, and an antitrust lawsuit claiming that the App Store is a monopoly will proceed.
Google I/O and the future of Android with Googl...
F8 and Facebook's future in privacy
Luminary and the podcast wars to come, with Nic...
After Luminary’s troubled launch, The Verge’s Nilay Patel and Ashley Carman sit-down with podcast expert Nick Quah of Hot Pod to discuss if Luminary or anyone could be “the Netflix of podcasts” and where the industry is headed.
WWDC leaks, Luminary’s launch troubles, and Gal...
Aurora CEO Chris Urmson on what's next for self...
Aurora CEO Chris Urmson stops by to discuss the future of self-driving cars with The Verge's Nilay Patel and Andrew Hawkins.
Samsung's Galaxy Fold phones are breaking
And the end of the feud between Apple and Qualcomm
The electric scooter revolution with Lime co-fo...
Lime co-founder Brad Bao explains how the electric scooter revolution will evolve.
Foxxconn's empty innovation centers and a black...
Jaron Lanier's ideas for the future
How the "manipulation economy" has reshaped the world we live in and why we should be controlling and profiting from our own data.
AirPods 2 review, AirPower gone, and all the th...
Figuring out Apple's TV plans with Recode’s Pet...
Will Apple's new foray into streaming be able to swim in the same waters as Netflix and Disney, or will it go the way of Verizon's Go90?
Apple unveils credit card, streaming plans, and...
The Age of Surveillance Capitalism with Shoshan...
The age of surveillance capitalism author Shoshana Zuboff considers whether "data is the new oil" and explains how data collection has fundamentally changed the economy and how big companies interact with consumers.
Apple's new iPad mini and Google's Stadia gamin...
The future of Facebook and democracy with Casey...
Facebook's former chief security officer Alex Stamos joined Casey Newton onstage at SXSW to discuss the difficult issues that plague Facebook and democracy.
Introducing Switched on Pop
Galaxy S10E review and Spotify takes on Apple
Breaking up Apple, Google, Amazon, and Facebook
How would we break up the world’s most powerful companies?
Facebook's privacy pivot and the streaming wars
Can Anchor be the Youtube for podcasts? And sho...
Anchor CEO Michael Mignano discusses the company's recent acquisition by Spotify, the future of podcasting, and whether Anchor could become the "YouTube for podcasts."
Mobile World Congress: How should your foldable...
Casey Newton on the secret life of Facebook mod...
The Samsung Galaxy Fold is here and so is the G...
Samsung unveils its new Galaxy foldable phone and the new S10 at their latest event.
Foursquare is tracking you... responsibly
CEO of Foursquare Jeff Glueck discusses the ethics of companies that track their users’ movements
Amazon HQ2 cancelled and Apple's rumored March ...
Bill Gates on solving the world’s problems… and...
Bill Gates's ambitious plans to improve health in poor countries, build better toilets, gather better data about women, and rethink taxes on the wealthy.
5G madness: why is Sprint suing AT&T?
Sprint is suing AT&T for falsely advertising its network as "5G."
Spotify’s big audio play, plus a Palm tiny phon...
Lina Khan on Amazon’s Antitrust Paradox
Should we break up Amazon and Facebook?
Apple goes to war with Facebook and Google
Fixing America’s internet, with Susan Crawford
More Galaxy S10 leaks and Sonos headphones
Pixel 3 Lite leaks, Apple releases new battery ...
August CEO Jason Johnson on opening the smart h...
Verge editor-in-chief Nilay Patel chats with August CEO Jason Johnson about smart locks and the challenges of integrating various technologies within a smart home.
CES: Google vs. Alexa and the latest 5G delusion
CES: LG’s impressive rollable TV and Samsung’s ...
CES: Privacy and smart TVs with Vizio CTO Bill ...
Apple's iPhone problem and CES preview
GoPro CEO Nick Woodman on how to compete withou...
334: Sundar Pichai testifies, Samsung A8, and V...
What Foxconn’s really doing in Wisconsin, with ...
333: 5G phones, Juul, and Microsoft's move to C...
The history of online harassment before and aft...