Vergecast: new hardware from Nintendo and Apple

Vergecast: new hardware from Nintendo and Apple

Vergecast: new hardware from Nintendo and Apple

Comments Off on Vergecast: new hardware from Nintendo and Apple

Nintendo announced a new Switch! This week on The Verge’s flagship podcast, The Vergecast, Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Paul Miller discuss what’s different about the new model and how the company is updating the original one.

But first, like most Vergecasts, there are more updates on Foxconn’s factory in Wisconsin — this time via a cryptic email.

Continuing with the theme of updated hardware, we’ve also got new MacBooks… kind of. Apple updated the MacBook Pro and the MacBook Air, but it got rid of that tiny 12-inch MacBook and reportedly its controversial butterfly keyboard for future models. Hear what the cast has to say about that.

There’s a whole lot more in this episode — I guess we’re just ignoring our hour-long runtime now! — including a Zoom security flaw, a new streaming service, and, of course, Paul’s weekly segment “Adminbook is best book.” Keep listening to hear everything.

Oh yeah, and if you want to check out the theme song of this week’s episode, we got it from this tweet by listener Jackson Hayes.

View image on Twitter

Embedded video

23 people are talking about this

Stories discussed this episode:

  • Foxconn will only create 1,500 jobs, says Wisconsin governor
  • Foxconn exec complains about not being able to change Wisconsin plans whenever it wants
  • Nintendo Switch Lite is a smaller, cheaper Switch built exclusively for handheld play
  • Nintendo is updating the original Switch with a new CPU and storage
  • Nintendo says the Switch Lite isn’t going to replace the 3DS
  • Apple is reportedly giving up on its controversial MacBook keyboard …
  • Apple discontinues 12-inch MacBook
  • Apple is silently removing Zoom’s web server software from Macs
  • Zoom fixes major Mac webcam security flaw with emergency patch
  • Yep, human workers are listening to recordings from Google Assistant, too
  • Apple Watch eavesdropping vulnerability forces Apple to disable Walkie-Talkie
  • I’m Jad Abumrad, Founder and Co-Host of Radiolab, and This Is How I Work
  • A small notebook for a system administrator
  • FCC photos confirm Galaxy Note 10 won’t have a headphone jack
  • Sony Xperia 1 review: tall phone falls short
  • WarnerMedia confirms its Netflix rival will be called HBO Max
  • AT&T says it will automatically block robocalls ‘in the coming months’

Lili

Related Posts

The Indian Hardware Renaissance is Here

Comments Off on The Indian Hardware Renaissance is Here

Facebook is learning that hardware is hard

Comments Off on Facebook is learning that hardware is hard

MS Dhoni’s software still at its prime, hardware not so much: Sanjay Manjrekar

Comments Off on MS Dhoni’s software still at its prime, hardware not so much: Sanjay Manjrekar

Deadline extended one week: apply to Hardware Battlefield @ TC Shenzhen

Comments Off on Deadline extended one week: apply to Hardware Battlefield @ TC Shenzhen

Does Your Hardware Have Its Plus 1?

Comments Off on Does Your Hardware Have Its Plus 1?

Google May Build Its Own Smartwatch After All, Tips Wearables Hardware Job Listing

Comments Off on Google May Build Its Own Smartwatch After All, Tips Wearables Hardware Job Listing

CES 2019: Dell G7, G5 Gaming Laptops Upgraded With Nvidia GeForce RTX Graphics, 8th Gen Intel CPUs

Comments Off on CES 2019: Dell G7, G5 Gaming Laptops Upgraded With Nvidia GeForce RTX Graphics, 8th Gen Intel CPUs

Apple working on new tracking hardware to merge Find My iPhone, Find My Friends

Comments Off on Apple working on new tracking hardware to merge Find My iPhone, Find My Friends

THE GORGEOUS HARDWARE WE CAN’T TAKE OUR EYES AWAY FROM

Comments Off on THE GORGEOUS HARDWARE WE CAN’T TAKE OUR EYES AWAY FROM

An In-Depth Look at the Trezor Model T Hardware Wallet

Comments Off on An In-Depth Look at the Trezor Model T Hardware Wallet

ANATOMY OF A CLONED PIECE OF HARDWARE

Comments Off on ANATOMY OF A CLONED PIECE OF HARDWARE

Helping the Indian hardware ecosystem catch up with the best globally is the Intel India Maker Lab programme

Comments Off on Helping the Indian hardware ecosystem catch up with the best globally is the Intel India Maker Lab programme

Create Account



Log In Your Account