Amazon's Lumberyard, Twitter's quarterly results and Formation are all on the list for this week's Rocket.
Simone is back from Texas, and things get weird before Bri gets the show back on track. On the topic list? iPhone users getting the dreaded Error 53, possible changes at Twitter, how Bri tips Uber drivers, and the new Taylor Swift app.
This week, Christina and Bri are joined by Mikah Sargent to talk about Apple's Q1 results, the current state of Twitter and a new wireless broadband service named Starry.
This week, the Rocket trio discuss Crave, Brave and Music Memos, which unfortunately kind of messed up that rhyme.
This week on Rocket: earbuds from the future, VR porn and Mr. Robot.
January is here, and that means its time for CES. This year, it brings new car tech, foldable displays, the Oculus Rift and weird appliances.
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.