Each Friday, The Verge publishes our flagship podcast, The Vergecast, the place co-hosts Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn talk about the week in tech information with the reporters and editors overlaying the most important tales. On the ultimate Vergecast of 2021, Nilay and Dieter invite Verge managing editor Alex Cranz and senior area reporter Loren Grush to the present to cowl the final bits of stories earlier than the vacation break.
Next week on Christmas Eve, we are going to see the James Webb Space Telescope — successor to NASA’s famed Hubble telescope — lastly launch into area. Loren explains what the JWST can be used for, how the telescope will launch, and the complications with its launch alongside the best way.
Within the second half of the present, Nilay, Dieter, and Alex undergo all of the gadgets and software program updates introduced this previous week — from a Sony speaker that looks like a bong to the latest phones that fold in half.
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Due to everybody who listened to The Vergecast this yr. We’ll see you in 2022!
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