Each Friday, The Verge publishes our flagship podcast, The Vergecast, the place co-hosts Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn talk about the week in tech information with the reporters and editors masking the greatest tales.
This week, Nilay and Dieter discuss with Verge deputy editor Dan Seifert about this week’s rumors about the subsequent large Apple product bulletins after invitations had been despatched out for the firm’s annual WWDC occasion, which can once more be virtual-only. After extra AR headset leaks, the crew additionally discusses whether or not Apple has the bandwidth to help all of its product classes, particularly with the Apple TV left alone for a while.
Later in the present, senior reporter Ashley Carman joins to debate her protection of social audio platform Clubhouse. Lately, we’ve seen an increase in potential competitors in the social audio area from already-established platforms like LinkedIn, Slack, and Spotify. Ashley analyzes whether or not there’s a winner-takes-all state of affairs or a extra segmented area devoted to genres of content material.
There’s a complete lot extra in the present — like Dieter’s clarification of the “cookiepocalypse” introduced by Google Chrome’s adjustments to advert monitoring on the browser — so take heed to the full dialogue right here or in your most well-liked podcast participant to listen to all of it.