Amazon’s fall hardware event / Google’s Search On / Code Conference 2021

The Verge‘s Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Alex Cranz discuss all the product announced at Amazon’s fall devices event, as well as Google’s Search On fall event.

Verge senior reporter Alex Heath joins the show to discuss news that came out of the interviews at Code Conference.

Further reading:

Amazon’s fall hardware event 2021: rumors, news, and announcements
Amazon’s race to create the disappearing computer 
Here’s the deluge of announcements from Amazon’s fall devices event
Say hello to Astro, Alexa on wheels 
Amazon’s Astro cannot fetch your beer
Amazon Astro is ‘terrible’ and will ‘throw itself down’ stairs, developers reportedly claim
Amazon’s automotive efforts appear to be taking a pit stop
Don’t be fooled — Amazon’s Astro isn’t a home robot, it’s a camera on wheels
Remember when beta testing was free? 
Amazon’s new Echo Show 15 is meant to hang on your wall
Amazon’s AZ2 CPU knows your face
Amazon Glow is a video chat gadget with built-in games to keep kids engaged
Amazon announces new wearable and services to try to make you fitter
Amazon’s new Ring Alarm Pro combines a security system with an Eero router 
Blink’s first doorbell is finally released, four years later
Ring Video Doorbells are finally getting package alerts
Amazon takes on Nest with a $59.99 smart thermostat
Google’s Search On fall 2021 event: news and announcements
Google Search’s next phase: context is king 
Google expands shopping searches with Lens and in-store inventory checks
Google Maps is making it easier to see wildfires and tree coverage
Google Lens will soon search for words and images combined
Google is using AI to help users explore the topics they’re searching for — here’s how
Elon Musk to Jeff Bezos: ‘you cannot sue your way to the Moon
Elon Musk: ‘we probably don’t need’ NDAs for Tesla’s ‘Full Self-Driving’ beta
USB-C cables are getting new, confusing logos for faster 240W charging standard
Nintendo categorically denies that a 4K Switch Pro is in development
‘Rife with sexism’: employees of Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin describe ‘toxic’ workplace culture

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