Engadget Podcast: Elon Musk basically owns Twitter now. What happens next?

Also, are we finally going to see Google's Pixel Watch?

Engadget Podcast (Engadget)

This week, our hosts are joined by senior editor Karissa Bell and Yahoo Finance’s Tech Editor Dan Howley to break down Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover. How did we get here, who supports this, what is left before Elon Musk officially owns Twitter (if regulatory approvals go through) and will our lives really be impacted? Then, guest cohost Sam Rutherford and Cherlynn talk about Google’s all-but-confirmed Pixel Watch and Android 13 before ranting about Motorola.

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Engadget · Elon Musk basically owns Twitter now. What happens next?



  • Elon Musk bought Twitter for $44 billion: How, and more importantly, why? – 1:43

  • The Android 13 public beta is now live – 26:02

  • Dear Motorola, stop with the endless rehashes! – 39:15

  • Working on – 46:06

  • Pop culture picks – 50:04

Video livestream

Hosts: Cherlynn Low and Sam Rutherford
Guests: Karissa Bell and Dan Howley
Producer: Ben Ellman
Livestream producers: Julio Barrientos, Luke Brooks
Graphics artists: Luke Brooks, Brian Oh
Music: Dale North and Terrence O'Brien

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