CrunchWeek: Apple Makes Music, Oculus Aims For Mainstream, Twitter CEO Shakeup

It’s Friday afternoon, and that means it’s time for CrunchWeek, the show that brings a few TechCrunch writers together to talk about the biggest stories from the past seven days in tech news.

This time around I was joined by Matthew Lynley and Darrell Etherington to talk about the big takeaways from Apple’s WWDC conference (one of which was the launch of Apple Music,) the debut of Oculus’ first consumer-focused Rift VR headset, and the news that Twitter CEO Dick Costolo is stepping down from the helm of the company and handing the reins back to the company’s co-founder Jack Dorsey.

This is a bittersweet episode for me, since today is my last day at TechCrunch, and I’m heading out for new adventures. Working here for the past 3.5 years has been an absolute honor and so much fun, and I’ll especially miss the TechCrunch TV team and our CrunchWeek crew. Thank you for watching, and make sure to keep tuning in.