Every Friday, The Verge publishes our flagship podcast, The Vergecast, where co-hosts Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn discuss the week in tech news with the reporters and editors covering the biggest stories.
This week on The Vergecast, Nilay and Dieter talk with Verge senior reporter Adi Robertson and senior editor Tom Warren about the first week of the Epic Games v. Apple trial.
Adi and Tom are among the group of Verge newsroom staff who are reporting and live-tweeting important moments from the ongoing trial, so they join the podcast to discuss their takeaways and discoveries throughout the week from questioning, testimonials, and documents in court.
You can listen here or in your preferred podcast player to hear the full discussion.
- Why Epic is burning its own cash to cook Apple
- Apple antitrust trial kicks off with Tim Sweeney’s metaverse dreams
- The Epic Games v. Apple trial kicks off with kids screaming ‘free Fortnite’
- Here are Apple’s and Epic’s full slideshows arguing why they should win at trial
- I watched the Epic v. Apple trial on Discord
- Tim Sweeney emailed Tim Cook personally to call for open app sales after WWDC in 2015
- Apple exec suggested cutting App Store commission to 20 percent as early as 2011
- Epic v. Apple turns into Windows v. Xbox
- Epic says there’s an App Store payment lockout — but Apple just sees friction
- Epic needs to tarnish Apple’s App Store halo
- Why the bad iPhone web app experience keeps coming up in Epic v. Apple
- Microsoft would like to remind you the Xbox definitely makes money
- After Xbox testimony, Apple tells Microsoft to put up or shut up
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