The App Store is 10 years old! What's the most embarrassing app you've ever downloaded? Also in the news, Magic Leap's first demo, and the company's partnership with AT&T. But ... why? We also discuss Microsoft's new Surface Go and why the Nintendo Switch is the best console ever.
ALL the rumors about the new iPhones, analyzed, debunked, and more. Plus, Samsung is (potentially) at it again with a glitch that will send your nudes to random contacts. Then Christina, Brianna, and Simone discuss TanaCon, enthusiastically and at length.
You want the Apple News? You can’t handle the Apple News. Christina deep dives dark mode, Simone is excited for Apple’s keyboard replacement program, and Brianna has concerns about ethics in doxing.
Simone swears vengeance on the hooligans that have stolen Stephen Hackett's minivan. Brianna notices that a porny statue bears an uncomfortable resemblance to a Rocket host and Christina believes in a bulletproof dinosaur future. Give us five stars.
With Simone saving America from Cobra Commander in the jungles of E3, Bri and Christina do their best to make it weird. Bri buys a Mac. Christina doesn't want you to mine bitcoins on iOS and Apple Brings it On with Facebook. Plus, unprofessional thoughts about the Canadian Prime Minister.
Microsoft bought GitHub! Christina and Simone discuss the backlash from the community. Updates from WWDC are here! iOS 12 is coming to all phones with iOS 11, and Mac OS is getting a dark mode! We briefly talk about Sonos Beam soundbar reviews, and then it's on to a discussion of Anna Delvey's tell: her hair.
Discussing our WWDC predictions, a recap of Code Conference, and The Cut's incredible examination of the scams of Anna Delvey.
Malware in CPUs and consumer routers make everyone nervous this week. Also, a frank discussion about Elizabeth Holmes and Theranos — and why she should be prosecuted.
Google Duplex: is it as creepy as it sounds? We discuss Google I/O, the Net Neutrality fight's resurgence, and the dead of YouTube Red. Finally: nostalgia phone cases!
Rocket, recorded live at Microsoft Build 2018. Christina and Bri banter, offer some opinions on the Build 2018 keynote -- and comment on some late-breaking Taylor Swift/Katt Perry drama -- before interviewing Microsoft’s Ed Thomson and Lori Lamkin. Ed is a Program Manager for VSTS, focusing on Git. Lori is the Director of Program Management for VS…