21 episodes down. Can we legally start drinking now? This week, we try out the new Apple Music streaming service and tell you what it’s like to use for the first time. Microsoft has a fancy new wallpaper and Google keeps on trying crazy new projects. Meanwhile Facebook attempts to copy Snapchat (again) and Geoff really REALLY liked Sense8. This and more on episode 21. Cheers!
Rejoice! Taylor Swift single-handedly saves music! What should we get her to do next.. international diplomacy? We also check in on what the new Twitter experience will be like and explain how a certain Tyrannosaurus Rex got its arms.
On the news front, we look at Tidal losing their CEO, The Rock fighting a gorilla, Twitter’s top secret project, how Twitter is killing Twitter to save Twitter, we review the indie film, Tangerine and much more!
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It’s another monster week in the world of tech, with Twitter going through some growing pains and YouTube getting serious about gaming. Speak of which, the E3 Conference landed this week and brought with it a shedload of new games and various people looking ridiculous in their virtual reality headsets.
In this week’s episode, we cover Apple’s big WWDC event and unpack all the new, and not so new, features that were announced as part of the keynote. Scully reminds us that The X-Files revival is REAL and DAPRA reminds us that robots will one day rule over us, mere humans. All that and more on episode 18 of The Lazy Couch.
As FIFA falls, a bunch of tech companies attempt to take over the world by buying each other. Google announces a slew of new features for Android at their I/O developers conference. While ‘The Hoff’ returns with a hit new song to support the release of Kung Fury, a Swedish-Hitler 80s thriller.
We’re back! Did you miss us? We’ll fill you in on both our respective holidays away as well as all the big news that broke in the past month. Google plans to eliminate human driving by 2020 and is Spotify pivoting to be the next Netflix? We preview Supergirl and Minority Report TV series and much more on episode 16 of The Lazy Couch.
We’ve had a vision – The Lazy Couch is now your one and only weekly dose of tech news, movies and internet culture. This week we chat about what the hell is happening with Foursquare, Apple making more money, Jared Leto’s new look as The Joker and we review ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’.. twice. You didn’t see that coming, did you?
Rain-mageddon v mobilegeddon. Batman v Superman. It’s all happening here at The Lazy Couch as we break down all the nerdy movie news and the trailers that came out during the week. We join the rest of the internet by shedding nostalgic tears of joy at the sight of R2-D2 and life-mates, Han Solo and Chewbacca, coming back home. This episode is 100% certified GEEK.
Regrets. Leakage. Cows. And Chun-Li. It’s just another day in the office here at The Lazy Couch – as we cover the latest in tech news and the world of super-heroes. Hear Geoff’s thoughts on trying on the Apple Watch and binge watching Daredevil on Netflix. While Kelvin barely survived moving house during the week but still turned up to record.. albeit a day late.
Plenty of Apple news this week as we ‘gear’ up for the Apple Watch launch, but Google is not to be outdone with its Chromebit announcement amongst other things. We break down John Oliver’s interview with Edward Snowden and celebrate the incredible opening weekend for Fast and Furious 7. This and so much more on Episode 12 of The Lazy Couch.