This time on Rocket, your hosts debate the merits of the new Linux Code of Conduct, despair at Ted Cruz's domain name problems, get pumped up over the new Mission Impossible trailer, and discuss the good and bad parts of dog ownership.
After discussing the trials and tribulations of fake ID's, this week's episode focuses on the Ellen Pao trial, Mattel's new creepy Barbie doll and the controversial Batgirl cover.
After Bri and Simone question if Christina is a robot, your terrific trio discuss HBO Now and it's potential effect on the TV industry, whether the MacBook's new design makes for a usable laptop and they consider the uses and aesthetics of the Apple Watch.
This week your terrific trio discuss the latest rulings on Net Neutrality, take a look at the products coming out of MWC and Christina tries to convince everyone why The Bachelor is the greatest TV Show on earth. Oh yeah, they also discuss 'The Dress'...
This week, your terrific trio freak out after Bri drops some huge Jem news, that sends everyone down a huge diversion. Once balance is restored they discuss Lenovo's Superfish debacle, consider the Pebble Time as a serious smartwatch competitor and look at how the internet is changing journalism.
After planning an elaborate 3DS heist, your terrific trio listen to Christina's incredible impressions, take turns pronouncing 'Aluminium' (because of the Jony Ive profile), discuss Sony's recent course change and review Better Caul Saul.
Your favourite Left Shark aficionados are back to talk about how the daily show revolutionised the web and the way we consume TV, what the FCC are up to with Net Neutrality and Sony breaks Bri's heart.
A fight breaks out on Rocket this week, as your intredpid hosts try to decide which one of them is the 'Left Shark' After this is resolved, Christina fills us in on what happened at TUAW, Brianna ponders the future of driverless Taxis and Simone gives her Superbowl half-time show recap.
Rocket is firing on all thrusters this week! Simone tells us if Microsoft's bold new iOS apps make them relevant in mobile again. Brianna argues the Ghostbusting industry should hire more women. Christina analyzes Riot's new psychological tricks so DOTA players won't be such huge jerks.
Your intrepid hosts are joined by Isometric's Georgia Dow to lay the smack down about what's going on at Microsoft, debate whether you should be able to really 'feel' your video games and finally prove why 'Jem and the Holograms' is a TV show that inspired a generation, for better or worse.