On episode 32, while Kelvin is away on assignment, Geoff is joined by friends of the show, Pete and Chris. Topics include iOS 9, the ad-block-alypse and the future of education. We ask the hard-hitting questions like.. will Sydney ever become smart enough to be a genuine tech hub? And just what IS steak made of anyway? Join us for this special ‘future 2045’ episode of The Lazy Couch.
29: World’s 1st Cyber Sitcom
Say ‘Hey’ Jarryd Hayne. Go you good thing! The Hayne Plane has well and truly taken off and we’re loving the ride here at TLC HQ. Keep it up maaaaate. This week we also celebrate the 20th birthday of Windows 95 and the ‘Start’ button. We asked Matt Perry and Jen Aniston to come in and record a cyber sitcom! In other news, Youtube gets a little Twitchy, you can now Whatsapp at work, and Elon Musk’s Hyperloop can actually be a real thing. This and more on episode 29 of The Lazy Couch.
20: T-Rex with Arms
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!
This episode is brought to you by the letter ‘T’.
18: Apple Music. Oh, Ok.
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.
15: Act Like a Robot
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?