We’ve got a bunch of tech luminaries on The Vergecast this week to help us understand the week in tech news.
Nilay, Dieter, and Paul welcome Lauren Goode back to the show for her last week at The Verge to discuss the new iPads that Apple released this past Tuesday. Lauren and Dieter went to Chicago for the event, so they share their experience and insight on the new products and their relationship with the education field.
After that, the crew bring in senior reporter Russell Brandom to help us understand how Europe’s new privacy rule is reshaping the internet.
And finally, senior editor Tom Warren returns to the show to share his expertise with Microsoft and break down Microsoft’s announcement of the reorganization of their company.
There’s a whole lot more in between all of that — like Paul’s weekly segment “The little robot that could” — so listen to it all and you’ll get it all.
03:12 - The 5 biggest announcements from the Apple education event
32:18 - How Europe’s new privacy rule is reshaping the internet
51:17 - Paul’s weekly segment “The little robot that could”
53:12 - Microsoft is ready for a world beyond Windows
If you enjoyed this podcast and want to hear more audio from The Verge, well you’re in luck. Season 2 of Why’d You Push That Button hosted by Kaitlyn Tiffany and Ashley Carman is here! This week’s episode is about Facebook event invites. You can subscribe anywhere, including on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play Music, and our RSS feed. And get caught up on season 1 if you missed out.
Also! You can check out Lauren Goode’s podcast Too Embarrassed to Ask.
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