This week on The Vergecast, Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Paul Miller discuss all the new laptops revealed at Computex 2019, the new processor chips from Intel and AMD, and what we’re expecting at Apple’s WWDC next week.
In between all of that, we give you updates on the T-Mobile and Sprint merger, 5G connectivity, and Paul’s weekly segment “ATX? more like late-TX,” so keep listening to stay informed.
Stories discussed this week:
- Laptops are getting weird and wonderful
- Twin River is Intel’s attempt to build a dual-screen laptop out of fabric
- Did Intel just nail the dual-screen gaming laptop?
- Asus put two 4K screens on its extravagant ZenBook Pro Duo laptop
- Intel, AMD, and ARM each see our computing future differently
- AMD’s flagship Ryzen 9 3900X has all the performance at half the price of Intel
- Intel’s 10th Gen, 10nm Ice Lake CPUs: everything you need to know
- Apple WWDC 2019: Mac Pro, iOS 13, Marzipan, and what else to expect
- Apple should make more iPad apps for the Mac
- Apple refreshes the iPod touch with the iPhone 7’s processor
- Apple’s latest defense of the App Store shows how hard it is to compete with Apple
- Apple’s former app approval chief says he’s ‘really worried’ about company’s anticompetitive behavior
- Experts are furious over the FCC’s rosy picture of broadband access
- T-Mobile and Sprint might have to create a new carrier to get their merger approved
- Sprint’s 5G network is here, and it’s completely different from what Verizon and AT&T are doing
- 5G has arrived in the UK, and it’s fast