The Vergecast is back in the studio after the holidays and CES. The Verge’s Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Paul Miller get together to talk about the big takeaways from the Consumer Electronics Show as well as a few announcements in tech this week.
On Wednesday, we saw Microsoft release its new Chromium-based version of Edge across both Windows and macOS. The crew discusses whether this is the dawn of — you guessed it — a new round of the browser wars.
Then on Thursday, NBC hosted an event revealing details of its new streaming service Peacock, aka another participant in — you guessed it — the streaming wars.
All wars aside, these three friends are back together to put on an enjoyable episode of The Vergecast that you can listen to right now.
Stories discussed in this episode:
- The Verge Awards at CES 2020: welcome to the land of the concept
- Eight big takeaways from CES 2020
- These gaming PCs want to compete in the console wars
- Laptops were boring at CES, but there’s hope for the future
- The most important TVs of CES 2020 were finally for the masses
- Microsoft’s new Edge Chromium browser launches on Windows and macOS
- How to install extensions on Microsoft’s new Edge browser
- The browser wars are back, but it’s different this time
- Google is finally killing off Chrome apps, which nobody really used anyhow
- Google to ‘phase out’ third-party cookies in Chrome, but not for ...
- Roomba’s robot vacuum could grow arms in the near future
- OnePlus confirms its next phone will jump to a 120Hz screen
- Latest Galaxy S20 Plus leak shows off 120Hz display and no …
- Samsung’s Galaxy S20 and its many cameras revealed in leaked photos
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