On a very special episode of Rocket, a very special special guest plays judge, jury, and exe-juiceioner, in a devious trivia game designed by our very own Brianna Wu. Thanks everyone for listening for 400 episodes and here's to 400 chaotic more! PLUS: Subscribe to Rocket Booster for our very first extra helping of Dessert!
The chip industry reacts to a new upset, and Adam Neumann is BACK IN THE REAL ESTATE GAME. Stay tuned for the next 399 episodes of Rocket because this is all we'll be talking about!
Howdy folks, who's enjoying Apple's new battery percentage indicator? No one? This week on Rocket we're discussing the cloudy future of Unity after an acquisition offer by AppLovin, as well as review workflows and our FAVORITE NEW ESPORT.
Rocket Ruled yet again — Adam Mosseri, longtime fan of Rocket, definitely listened to our episode last week before he walked back Instagram's full-screen changes. That's what happened! Then, Twitter v. Musk heats up, and yet another pretender thinks NFT books could be a thing — but this time, it's textbook. We're opening our vocal folds for anothe…
We're talking about Instagram's awful updates, the first crypto insider trading scandal, and NFT books on a deliciously bad episode of ROCKET!
Apple has settled with NO WRONGDOING in its keyboard lawsuit, and some of us are looking forward to purchasing one (1) song on Apple Music with our newfound wealth. Then, some gaming culture chat: Discord is coming to Xbox, and FaZe clan is coming to SPACs! What great timing!
Last week, Sunny Balwani is CHARGED, Elon Musk is being SUED BY TWITTER, and so, so much more. We got Rocket Ruled pretty hard but it's finally time for our take on the tech drama of the day.
Brianna and Christina talk about the best new console scam, Apple’s new Lockdown Mode, and the #Gentleminions Meme.
Brianna and Simone chat about this week's Nintendo Direct, AND the return of Axie Infinity transactions, in a gamer-tastic episode of ROCKET!
Reviews for Apple's new 13-inch MacBook Pro with the M2 chip are out. And it's… a weird machine? Why are they making this, and for you? Then, cryptominers are dumping their GPUs on the market, and we discuss ways that streaming services could better compete in a saturated marketplace.