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

Every Friday, The edge publishes our flagship podcast, The Vergecastwhere we discuss the week in tech news with the reporters and editors covering the biggest stories.

This week on The VergecastVerge editor-in-chief Alex Cranz takes the reins with deputy editor Dan Seifert, deputy editor Liz Lopatto and reviewer Allison Johnson to talk about Elon Musk buying a major stake in Twitter, this week’s gadget reviews and the introduction of QD-OLED TVs and gaming monitors on the market.

It’s been a wild week for Twitter, with Elon Musk buying 9.2 percent of Twitter and joining its board of directors to announcing an upcoming “edit” button for tweets. Liz explains why Elon might want to buy stock on Twitter and what power he would have in the company.

In addition, some interesting gadgets were rated by The edge this week. Allison describes her review of the OnePlus 10 Pro, explaining why it’s “the best phone that I won’t recommend to most people.” Dan also goes through his reviews of Samsung’s latest Galaxy Tab range and whether the updated Android tablets are worth the price.

There’s a lot more in between – like Alienware’s AW3423DW QD-OLED monitor (yes, that’s the name) – so listen here or on your favorite podcast player for the full discussion.

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