Christina makes everyone jealous of her vacation and Simone has a family crisis before the Rocket crew get down to business and talk about Theranos, Twitter's new head of diversity, and — after the sounding of the spoiler horn — The Force Awakens.
This week, Simone and Bri are joined by Marco Rogers to talk encryption, developing within constraints and some notable products that thrived — or died — in 2015.
This week, Team Rocket talks Swagways and self-driving cars before having a conversation about the characters portrayed in Jessica Jones. (Don't worry, the spoiler horn is fired before it gets too serious.)
This week, the Rocket trio tackle's Apple's Smart Battery Case and its hump, the Apple TV and its App Store, before talking about SNL's recent skit about female tech reporters.
This week, Brianna, Simone and Christina are joined by Amy Jane Gruber and Guy English for a conversation about recent abusive events toward writers in the Apple community.
Simone and Christina are joined by Nicole Lazzaro to talk about her upcoming VR game, "Follow the White Rabbit," before discussing Magic Leap's roadmap and PS4 Remote Play.
The iPad Pro is out, but there are lots of questions from a development perspective. Windows Phone is doing ... not well. Lastly, Adele's album isn't available for streaming, but that's not what killed Rdio.
iPad Pro reviews are out, but Bri is happy with her 12-inch MacBook. Lady Pitch Night leads to a discussion of valuation, funding, and pitching, before the trio discuss Evie Frye and Lara Croft.
Christina isn't dead, which is good, as this week's topics include the new Apple TV, why hearts on Twitter really don't matter, and Jem and the Holograms.
Brianna and Simone are joined by Yasmine Evjen to talk about the Nexus 6P and Android Marshmallow, Brianna’s involvement in the SXSW disaster, The New York Times; Google Cardboard program, and Christina's trip to the afterlife.