Engadget Podcast: Billionaires in space, Windows in the cloud



This week, the magazine’s editor-in-chief Space.com Tariq Malik joins Cherlynn and Devindra to break down what led to the billionaire space race and what is happening now. It was Richard Branson really in space? What is the difference between Virgin Galactic, Blue Origin and Space X? Besides, what are these billionaires trying to achieve and at what cost? Then our hosts bury themselves in Microsoft’s new Windows 365 virtual machine and ask when it is. Plus, updates across Android 12,, iOS 15 and macOS beta, and our thoughts oa A smartwatch with a Mario theme.

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  • Space.com editor-in-chief Tariq Malik explains the billionaires’ new space race – 1:32

  • Microsoft has launched its Windows 365 cloud service – 36:04

  • Android 12 Beta 3 release notes – 43:30

  • President Biden signed an executive order on net neutrality, right to repair – 47:11

  • New edition of MacOS Beta restores Safari card design – 51:35

  • There is a Super Mario smart watch Tag Heuer, it costs over 2,000 – 53:31

  • We are working on – 57:25

  • Pop Culture Elections – 59:46

Live video broadcast

Leaders: Cherlynn Low and Devindra Hardawar
Guest: Tarik Malik
Producer: Ben Ellman
Live producers: Julio Barrientos, Owen Davidoff,, Luke Brooks
Graphic artists: Luke Brooks, Kyle Maack
Music: Dale North and Terrence O’Brien

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