Friend of the pod Jeff Hwang is back to talk with Brianna and Christina about some of the best -- and worst -- products from CES 2019, including some surprising Apple news and a very frustrating controversy. Later, the gang discusses a new report into how easy it is for people to track your phone’s location and Kendall Jenner’s very brave secret.
The predictions are true — Apple is lowering its revenue projections due to low iPhone demand. Plus, Tesla's stocks are dropping too. It's Stockmageddon! Next, an update on pornographic deepfakes, and Assassin's Creed Odyssey. Not together.
The Rocket Awards for 2018 have arrived.
Christina is back from her world tour! On today's show we discuss the iPhone XR's lack of popularity, YouTube's dangerous algorithms, and a plethora of desserts including Taylor Swift's use of facial recognition (a very Rocket topic), and more!
Simone and Bri are joined by Jeff Hwang to discuss Epic pulls the Infinity Blade series from the iOS store, Audi giving a test-drive of their electric e-tron SUV in Abu Dhabi, and how Tumblr's adult content ban is going.
Facebook is back in the news after the UK Parliament releases 250 pages of documents about how the company handles data! Next, Microsoft is reportedly considering scrapping Edge and building a browser based in Chromium. Finally, a triple-dessert! She-Ra is a good show, Laura Loomer chained herself to Twitter, and the PlayStation Classic sucks.
The Supreme Court will next year decide whether consumers can sue Apple under antitrust laws, and we're discussing the case in-depth. Next, the PS Classic reviews are out, and they're not great, Bob! Finally, the creepy case of an Instagram copycat.
Simone is out sick this week, but that doesn’t mean Bri and Christina can’t talk at length about the blockbuster story about Facebook in the New York Times, and what it means for all of us. Brianna also tells us about a hilarious tech snafu in the Tesla forums, and Bri and Christina share what they are doing for Thanksgiving and why Christina (fin…
Amazon has settled on New York City as one of its next headquarters, and we have feelings. Also, Christina finally has hands-on impressions of the new iPad Pro. Last but most importantly, the Detective Pikachu trailer is out and it's so… so much.
It's episode 200! Join Bri, Christina and Simone as they assess the MacBook Air and iPad Pro reviews, discuss Simone's HANDS-ON experience with Magic Leap, and follow up on what happened with TanaCon. Plus, Bri talks to Motorola about their new 5G phones.