Every Friday, The Verge publishes our flagship podcast, The Vergecast, where Verge editor-in-chief Nilay Patel discusses the week in tech news with the reporters and editors covering the biggest stories.
The big stories from this week: Mark Zuckerberg’s big plans for AR glasses and Elon Musk’s attempt to buy 100 percent of Twitter.
Nilay starts The Vergecast with deputy editor Liz Lopatto, managing editor Alex Cranz, and senior reporter Alex Heath to discuss the ever-evolving drama between Elon Musk and Twitter — and the repercussions of their limited partnership. (There are probably some additional updates to this story after we recorded this morning.)
In the second half of the show, senior reporter Adi Robertson joins to discuss Alex Heath’s story on Meta’s plans for its AR glasses and how promising they sound, in addition to Elon Musk’s limited thoughts about content moderation on Twitter.
You can listen to the full discussion here or in your preferred podcast player.
- Elon Musk offers to buy Twitter in takeover attempt
- Elon Musk’s new troll is buying Twitter — will it work?
- What else could Elon Musk buy for $43 billion?
- Twitter CEO tells employees the board is still evaluating an Elon Musk takeover
- The Twitter board is reportedly not interested in Elon’s takeover offer
- What Elon Musk’s Twitter ‘free speech’ promises miss
- Behind Mark Zuckerberg’s big plans for AR glasses
- Explaining crypto’s billion-dollar bridge problem
- Chris Dixon thinks web3 is the future of the internet — is it?