We return to normal programming with a catch up episode on 4 of the tech giants – Apple, Snap Inc, Twitter and Google. Let us know what you think in the comments or get in touch with us on @thelazycouch on twitter.
The Fine Bros found out the internet do not think they are so fine, Alphabet is now the most valuable company in the world and Yahoo is set to cut 15% of its workforce – just another regular news-filled week here in TLC land. Our feature this week is all about the future of interfaces and we examine Microsoft’s purchase of SwiftKey tech and what that may mean in the way we interact with machines as well as with each other. This and more on episode 48 of The Lazy Couch.
Malcolm Turnbull announces his grand ‘innovation’ plan to bring Australia into the 21st century, Dropbox kills Mailbox and Carousel apps, and we discuss our favourite films and TV shows for the year – as we start to reflect on a massive 2015 in the world of technology and pop culture.
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!
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.