Hosted by Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Paul Miller with appearances from the rest of The Verge’s diverse and wide-ranging staff, The Vergecast is the only show you need to make sense of the week in tech news. Published weekly, it gives an irreverent and informative look at what’s happening right now (and next) in the world of technology and gadgets.
In addition to the Friday show audiences know and love, Nilay Patel is now hosting a second weekly episode interviewing major figures from the tech world. Recent guests have been Microsoft president and chief legal officer Brad Smith, Sonos CEO Patrick Spence, Ford Autonomous Vehicles President and CEO Sherif Marakby, and Public Knowledge senior counsel Meredith Rose.
Hosted by The Verge’s Ashley Carman and Vox.com’s Kaitlyn Tiffany, Why’d You Push That Button is a podcast about the choices technology forces us to make, featuring interviews with consumers, developers, friends, and strangers. It asks the hard, weird, occasionally dumb questions about how your tiny tech decisions impact your social life, like swiping on dating apps, leaving negative restaurant reviews, or indiscriminately liking celebrity photos on Instagram.
Welcome to Better Worlds, The Verge’s new series of short fiction, audio, and animation that explores how technology can shape our society and environment in better, more equitable ways. Starting on January 16th, Verge Extras will feature five original fiction stories by a diverse roster of science fiction authors who take a more optimistic view of what lies ahead in ways both large and small, fantastical and everyday.
This is Converge, a conversational game show hosted by Casey Newton. Each week, one of the tech industry’s most fascinating entrepreneurs steps into the hot seat to play a series of tailor-made games that are funny and revealing.
Enjoy the archives of this series featuring legendary technology columnist Walt Mossberg and The Verge’s editor-in-chief Nilay Patel. The series finale aired on June 13, 2017, shortly before Walt’s well-deserved retirement.
Enjoy the archives of this award-winning series from Christopher Thomas Plante and The Verge that explained technology bit by bit. The series finale aired December 6th, 2016, shortly before Chris re-joined Polygon as its executive editor.