Vergecast: Elon Musk joins Twitter’s board, OnePlus 10 Pro review, and this week’s TVs and monitors

Each Friday, The Verge publishes our flagship podcast, The Vergecast, the place we focus on the week in tech information with the reporters and editors protecting the largest tales.

This week on The Vergecast, Verge managing editor Alex Cranz takes the reins with deputy editor Dan Seifert, deputy editor Liz Lopatto, and reviewer Allison Johnson to debate Elon Musk shopping for a significant stake in Twitter, this week’s gadget critiques, and the introduction of QD-OLED TVs and gaming displays available in the market.

It was a wild week for Twitter, from Elon Musk shopping for 9.2 p.c of Twitter and becoming a member of its board of administrators to the announcement of an upcoming “edit button” for tweets. Liz explains why Elon might have needed to purchase inventory in Twitter and what energy he would have on the firm.

Moreover, there have been some attention-grabbing devices reviewed by The Verge this week. Allison particulars her overview of the OnePlus 10 Professional and explains why it’s “the most effective cellphone I gained’t advocate to most individuals”. Dan additionally goes via his critiques of Samsung’s latest Galaxy Tab lineup and whether or not the up to date Android tablets are well worth the worth.

There’s an entire lot extra in between all of that — like Alienware’s AW3423DW QD-OLED monitor (yup that’s the identify) — so pay attention right here or in your most popular podcast participant for the total dialogue.

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