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67: Nintendo, SoftBank, Star Wars

In episode 67, we cover the news of Nintendo continuing their nostalgia run with the launch of a mini NES, Uber reaching 2 billion trips, rumours that Apple will buy Formula 1, Samsung Note 7 to have an iris scanner and Google will build a AR headset to compete with Microsoft. Will it get any crazier? It does. Japanese telco giant SoftBank buys an arm for $32b, not just any arm but chip designer ARM. Their chip designs are found in Apple and Samsung devices and may other devices that connect to the internet.

Our main feature covers the Star Wars Celebration event in London where we look at more Rogue One details and a spoiler, which we didn’t spoil. The event covers all things geeky from the animated series to how they built the cardboard models of all the machines to prepare for the movies. All this and more in episode 67 of the Lazy Couch Podcast.

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52: Theatrical Physicist

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.

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27: ‘GIF’ as in ‘Geoff’

This week, we examine Google’s transformation into Alphabet and what it may mean for the rest of us. Netflix continues make waves and the Lexus hoverboard is real! There is also a whole swag of movie news including details on new Blade Runner, new Bad Boys and new Ghostbusters. This and much more on episode 27 of The Lazy Couch.

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23: Spring Break For Nerds

It’s the San Diego Comic-Con 2015 special, where we break down the major trailers and announcements from DC Comics, Star Wars and so much more. It’s a great time to be alive.. for nerds.

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3: YOLO for HOLO

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┬áthe 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┬áthe world.