At The Nexus is the premiere weekly podcast of The Nexus featuring Ryan Rampersad and Matthew Petschl with discussion on Apple, Google, Microsoft, lawsuits, software, hardware, trends and technology news.
Ryan Rampersad and Matthew Petschl react to the huge Windows 10 announcement on Tuesday, and then talk briefly about the week's news, from SoftBank's attempt to buy DreamWorks to Nexus 6 leaks, and so much more!
Ryan Rampersad and Matthew Petschl return to talk about Amazon's updated Kindle line, new GTX 900 series hardware, impressive Apple sales, update rates and worrying structural issues, Google's good and terrible Play Store updates, Microsoft's Miracast dongle and more!
Ryan Rampersad and Matthew Petschl review IFA and the big Apple event, and then discuss T-Mobile's 7th Uncarrier event, the new Google Hangouts and Voice integration, Microsoft's contempt, new Intel hardware and so much more!
Matt and Ryan discuss the upcoming event extravaganza at IFA 2014 and the six smart watches that could be shown off at the convention, and new enthusiast processors from Intel and minor refreshes from AMD, more iPhone and Nexus 9 rumors and so much more!
Ryan Rampersad and Matthew Petschl discuss some changes to T-Mobile and Sprint plans, AT&T's new third CEO, all sorts of events scheduled at IFA 2014, some iPhone speculation and concerns, more Windows 9 rumors and so much more!
Ryan Rampersad and Matthew Petschl discuss T-Mobile's new P2P stance and Sprint's new pretty cheap plans, tons of phones coming out pretty soon from Samsung, Motorola and oddly enough, Sharp, Apple's solution to USB connectors' four-dimensional paradox, Microsoft's Threshold in Fall and so much more!
Ryan Rampersad and Matthew Petschl discuss this week's epic T-Mobile and Sprint rumblings, Moto X+1 rumors, multiple failed lawsuits from Apple, the iPhone event in September, news on Microsoft's Threshold and so much more!
Ryan Rampersad and Matthew Petschl discuss the latest Virgin Mobile plan, Sprint's French competition and a joint adventure with T-Mobile, broken LG G Watches, HP's next mass market failure, a planned HTC event, MacBook Pro updates, Google+ Photo's dissolution, and so much more!