Happy new year listener! And as per tradition, we will give our top 3 predictions for the calendar year. As always, our predictions are measurable and quantifiable with a view to properly mark ourselves at the end of the year. This time round, our soothsayer-ing abilities include topics like gaming, Apple Inc’s moves and a whole lot of space. Find out more on episode 135 of the Naked Tech Podcast.
A lost episode that was originally recorded in late September but now being released to the world some 10 weeks later. Here, we cover Amazon’s crazy hardware announcements, Facebook’s Oculus Connect 6 event for updates on their VR/AR/MR division.
As always, we cover all angles using clips from different sources so you get everything you need to know, right here on the Nake Tech Podcast.
Did you buy diapers too? This week in episode 104, we look at how Australia’s first Amazon Prime Day went and how it was different from Amazon is the USA. In breaking news, we discuss Netflix’s earnings reports, how the big players are merging and acquiring to compete with them and what Netflix have to do to keep up. Lastly, we go through the long awaited updates to Apple’s Macbook Pro lineup and why no-one is really talking about them. As always, we cover all angles using clips from different sources so you get everything you need to know, right here on The Lazy Couch Podcast.
The Lazy Couch podcast is your fortnightly dose of tech news and discussion on all things internet culture. We don’t just report the news but also how the news is being propagated across the vast interwebs and ask the big question – why? This week, we cover the latest in Elon Musk’s dating habits, Microsoft’s attempt to be all inclusive and how Australia lost its mind over Telstra going down for a couple of hours.
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Episode 83: “2017 Predictions”
To start the year, we look into the crystal ball to make our bold predictions for 2017. Are we crazy? Do you agree with any of them? Listen in and let us know your thoughts! #thelazycouch
Kelvin and Geoff go all out in this week’s monster news-filled episode. Subjects include old favourites – Apple, Google and Facebook – as well as the latest from Supercell, Meerkat and a new people-rating app, called Peeple.
In movies, we talk about the possibility of the much mooted ‘Men In Black’ and ’21 Jump Street’ crossover and the highly anticipated return of The Predator. Yes, Arnie is baack.
Episode 52 of The Lazy Couch starts now.
It’s the first episode for the year, and it’s all about CES 2016 (formerly known as the Consumer Electronic Show), that was held over 4 days in Las Vegas during the week. We take a close look at some of the more interesting and innovative products that were showcased and also some that were just downright ridiculous.
There’s everything from a rollable OLED display, to a giant person-sized quadcopter, to a hoverboard/standable that doubles up as your personal robot butler! In other news, we coin the term ‘standables’! Tune in now to hear what our favourite products were at CES 2016.
We tackle the big issues this week with the trends emerging in online sales during Thanksgiving/Black Friday and take a deep dive into the politics of transhumanism. What does it mean to be human? What happens when we no longer need our biological bodies? How will we be ready? On the news front, Alibaba dominates the headlines, while Zuckerberg announces that he’s giving his wealth away. Amazon refuses to let up on their drone delivery proposal and Yahoo refuses to die. Bless.
This week, we talk dirty to Siri and start a campaign to bring the new Nextbit Robin phone to Australia! It’s our longest episode yet, and we also preview the Apple iPhone event, chat all things Google including their new logo and all the Android updates, as well as the civil war breaking out between Steve Rogers and Tony Stark. This and more on episode 30 of The Lazy Couch.
This week, we forget a bunch of names of actors and movies! We also take a look at the corporate culture at Amazon, what the next big thing is at Apple and explore the possibility of entering ‘the matrix’ at a new gaming centre in Melbourne. There’s also news from Disney’s D23 Expo and a whole lot more on episode 28 of The Lazy Couch.