Dell buys EMC in the biggest tech acquisition of all time! While Foxtel, Medium and Uber announce new business models to get more of yo’ money. We break down Mark Zuckerberg’s vision of a scary future and warn you about Australia’s mandatory metadata collection that officially began during the week. There’s also coverage of the ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ special at GRAPHIC 2015 in Sydney and so much more on episode 35 of The Lazy Couch.
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33: Life of Zuck
Kelvin returns from the U.S. to bring us news of the geek occupancy of San Francisco over the past couple of weeks. We also examine the new line of Nexus devices by Google, the new Tesla Model X car, and all the Oculus announcements you would ever hope to hear about. You thought you had a busy week? Try being Mark Zuckerberg where he smooched with President Xi and later with Prime Minister Modi, while convincing the U.N. to connect the world in the same week. This and much more on episode 33 of The Lazy Couch.
22: The Bloated Internet
There is a lot to look forward to for the rest of 2015. There’s exactly 201 days left before the new X-Files series comes out, or you might be hanging out for the new Minecraft and Windows 10 later in the year. If you can’t wait til then, hear about the crazy pictures that Google robots are dreaming up and how Elon Musk is fighting to save us from said robots taking over our lives. Episode 22 is coming right up.
17: Creepy, Very Creepy
As FIFA falls, a bunch of tech companies attempt to take over the world by buying each other. Google announces a slew of new features for Android at their I/O developers conference. While ‘The Hoff’ returns with a hit new song to support the release of Kung Fury, a Swedish-Hitler 80s thriller.
11: Amen Fishbump
In this jam-packed episode, we cover Facebook’s F8 developers conference and Mark Zuckerberg’s vision of the future – It somehow involves Morpheus teaching us all about the fabric of reality itself. Salesforce and other tech giants are making a stand against pro-discrimination laws and pop artists are fighting for their right to make $millions$ off the rest of us. This and a whole lot more in episode 11 of The Lazy Couch. No joke.