The Vergecast is again after a Thanksgiving break and our Pirate Radio collection with a brand new tech information roundup for the week. This week’s theme: billionaires doing bizarre billionaire issues.
Dieter Bohn, Casey Newton, Andrew Hawkins, and Paul Miller start the present discussing Tesla’s event when it unveiled its new electrical pickup truck “the Cybertruck,” in addition to Ford revealing its first electrical Mustang. Who among the many crew is on board for this bizarre billionaire factor?
Within the second half of the present, deputy editor Liz Lopatto joins us from Los Angeles the place she is masking Elon Musk’s defamation trial relating to Musk’s dangerous tweets. Liz explains how this lawsuit got here to be and what has occurred on the trial thus far.
There’s a complete lot extra in between all of that — from Paul’s weekly phase “Within the apocalypse, we don’t want house bars” to Google founders Larry Web page and Sergey Brin sort of leaving Alphabet — so hear by way of to get all of it.
Tales mentioned on this episode:
2:00- Tesla Cybertruck first journey: inside Elon Musk’s electrical pickup truck
23:55 – Ford’s Mustang Mach-E is an electrical SUV with as much as 300 miles of vary
30:30 – No, e-bikes aren’t dishonest
37:03 – Elon Musk tries to elucidate Twitter in ‘pedo man’ defamation case
1:00:55 – Paul’s weekly phase “Within the apocalypse, we don’t want house bars”
1:03:23 – Google co-founders Larry Web page and Sergey Brin relinquish management of Alphabet to CEO Sundar Pichai
1:19:05 – Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 865 flagship is right here — with out built-in 5G