This week, Bri, Christina and Simone compare notes on Apple Music before talking about Google's stance on revenge porn and the new Steve Jobs movie trailer.
Bri, Christina and Simone discuss Apple removing Apps containing the confederate flag from the App Store, Talyor Swift laying the smack down on Apple (obviously), and Christina's Seinfeld crusade.
This week your terrific trio discuss Uber paying expenses for drivers, new Ghostbusters toys for girls, and Jurassic World.
Unfortunately due to Brianna’s travel commitments, she was unable to use her regular recording setup. Apologies for any irregularities in our audio this week.
Following WWDC 2015, Simone joins Brianna and Christina (who are recording together in person), to talk about Apple Music, Metal, and Christina's interview of Tim Cook.
Christina return to talk to Simone and Bri about Google I/O, how Apple could strengthen Siri, and Tim Cook's privacy speech, before controversial opinions about Star Wars are shared.
This week Brianna and Simone are joined by John Siracusa. They talk about the potential future of virtual reality in gaming and computing, strings of text that can crash iMessage, and have a spoiler-free discussion of 'Tomorrowland'.
This week your terrific trio talk about Taylor Swift Twitter faves, Virtual Reality adult entertainment (Slightly NSFW), ATP's struggle with gender balance, and Taylor Swift's new music video.
Once your hosts finish an epic bus and alcohol intro, they get in to discussing app design for the Apple Watch, Bri's Watch swap and the Jem and Holograms trailer.
This week Christina get's to (finally) talk about getting her own Apple Watch, before your hosts discuss Carly Fiorina's Presidential run, the struggle for women running tech companies, and using Periscope to watch boxing. Rounding off the show is a debate about Avengers: Age of Ultron.
After Christina is freed from the clutches of the Microsoft Build Keynote, she joins Brianna and Simone to talk about the announcements from the event and Bri's thoughts on the Apple Watch, before the Jared Leto Joker photo sends them all down a pit of sadness thinking about failed Batman movies.