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145: Facebook Buys Giphy, Apple Leaks, WFH Permanently

Apple’s AR glasses rumours, a permanent state of working from home, Facebook takes over another popular creation tool, Ubisoft goes to war with Google and Apple. And why we think Dave Filoni should take over Star Wars.

As always we cover all angles using audio clips from different sources so you get everything you need to know, right here on the Naked Tech Podcast.

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86: Catching up with Apple, Snap Inc, Twitter, Google

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.

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61: Use the Force, Jean

We’re back with an apocalyptic bang after a short hiatus. Episode 61 brings you the X-Men: Apocalypse spoiler review, highlights at Google I/O, Twitter partners with Spotify, largest ever data breach revealed and Asus introduces a robot.

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54: Do Androids Dream of Pizza?

Apple had a boring event this week but was it still an important one? Twitter turns 10 – will they last for another decade? Is Domino’s the most innovative company in Australia with its bold plan to roll out their autonomous delivery robot DRU? Should your next smartphone be a Xiaomi?

Kelvin and Geoff will tackle some of these questions and so much more on episode 54 of The Lazy Couch.

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39.5: P is for Payments

..and we’re back. This week, we cover Google’s Nexus program and Geoff tells us about his experience with going Android. Apple Pay has arrived in Australia and we chat about the potential future of paying for goods and services with your smartphone. There’s also news on Tinder, Google search results showing you apps that you don’t have installed, and we say goodbye to Rdio. This and much more on episode 39.5 of The Lazy Couch podcast.

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34: The Grand Slam of Keynotes

Is Microsoft cool again? This is the unexpected question we ask after the Redmond tech giant threw down the gauntlet with the announcement of the new Surface Pro 4, as well as a brand new laptop-turned-slate-turned-laptop – the Surface Book! There are some changes at Twitter with Jack Dorsey taking charge and the roll out of its curated simple news feature, Moments. We also have some Transformers news and a whole lot more on episode 34 of The Lazy Couch.

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19: You Look Rid-Oculus

It’s another monster week in the world of tech, with Twitter going through some growing pains and YouTube getting serious about gaming. Speak of which, the E3 Conference landed this week and brought with it a shedload of new games and various people looking ridiculous in their virtual reality headsets.