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?
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.
The Lazy Couch live Meer-streams this week’s episode! Hello to the 11 people that watched! They would have seen us discuss the latest in Marvel and DC Comics news, as well as what went down at SXSW in Austin, Texas during the week. We also review the new ‘Nutshell’ app and a top down shooter game called ‘Sky Force 2014’.
We cover the big announcements from Apple’s ‘Spring Forward’ event held during the week – The Watch and a blingy gold MacBook were the highlights and we’ll tell you if we’ll be rushing to pre-order them in April (or not). We also take a look at Joseph Kahn’s short fan film on the Power Rangers and the new Daredevil series coming to Netflix.
We’re back with episode 6 after a week’s break! Geoff breaks down the Oscars while Kelvin previews the new Chromebook Pixel and Pebble Watch. Did Sir Jony Ive design the new Star Wars lightsaber? Apple may well be building a car and we think that’s good. This and much more..
As Australia enters the ‘subscription video on-demand’ era, we test drive the 3 main players – Stan, Quickflix & Presto – in preparation for the upcoming domestic launch of Netflix. We also celebrate Google Maps’ 10th birthday and tell you why Spider-Man joining The Avengers matters. Did you see Pharrell do beat poetry at the Grammys? Find out what went down in our longest episode yet!
Clippy was years ahead of its time and it turns out that Microsoft totally owns the future. You didn’t see that coming, did you? We dissect the amazing Windows 10 announcement and take a deeper look into the company’s inventor extraordinaire (and his outstanding hairstyle) and more. Subscribe and tune in weekly for all the latest tech and pop culture happenings from Sydney and all around the world.