Brianna, Christina, and Simone talk about sports coming to your Apple TV via Twitter, and Tim Cook’s interview in the Washington Post. Finally, we talk about the new Rogue One trailer and our excitement!
The Rocket hosts talk about Macbook Pro rumors and some of the exaggerations about the new MBP’s abilities. Then they talk about No Man’s Sky, and the exaggerations about the game’s abilities. And then, they talk about Stranger Things, and the exaggeration of—nevermind, Brianna just kinda didn’t dig it as much as everyone else.
This week on another thrilling episode of Rocket, Brianna, Christina, and Simone talk about the new Xbox One S and whether or not people are ready for it. Then, they fall into phone fatigue and finally wrap things up talking about the new Snapchat, I mean Instagram.
Christina, Simone, and Brianna keep things apolitical in a discussion about the DNC hacks and the meaning of privacy. Then they segue into game developers’ critiques of the Universal Windows Platform and bid goodbye to Marissa Mayer’s tenure at Yahoo.
Christina, Simone, and Brianna talk about the rumored iPhone 7 leaks, and then take a scenic tour of hell discussing Twitter’s reaction to Leslie Jones’ harassment. The cherry on the sundae is Christina’s in-depth recap of the Taylor Swift vs. Kim Kardashian beef, and Simone’s reveal that she is, deep-down, a terrible person.
This week, Simone, Brianna, and Christina talk about the Pokémon craze that is sweeping the world (again), as well as the safety concerns. Then, talk turns to Magic Leap and the promise of augmented reality.
This week: Tesla, Apple, Snapchat and ... Blackberry. Seriously; that last one isn't a weird typo.
A very sick Simone de Rochefort powers through with Christina Warren and Brianna Wu, discussing the awesome Ghostbusters VR experience in Times Square, the dangers of technologically sophisticated cars, and finally the thinkpiece debate over Apple killing the headphone jack. And yes, we tried Mac N’ Cheetos.
This week on Rocket, your deeply wounded hosts discuss Apple’s decision to kill off the Thunderbolt display, as well as the new upgrades that come with macOS Sierra (Siri on your computer!). Then Brianna preaches the gospel of the HTC Vive, and Christina gets misty-eyed over TomSwift.
Live from AltConf 2016, Bri and Christina were joined by Mikah Sargent and Rene Ritchie to talk about Apple's WWDC announcements.