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 discuss the impending launch of BlackBerry handsets in America, how unlocked phones will be coming back soon, Facebook's huge new update that nobody can use yet, how Microsoft is appeasing its Office users and why Ubuntu is not for "leet" people anymore.
Ryan Rampersad and Matthew Petschl stay away from Spain but still cover Mobile World Congress and its biggest attraction: Firefox OS, along with initial impressions of Six-Strikes, 3G in North Korea and why buying an airline to your own island is a cost effective purchase.
Ryan Rampersad and Matthew Petschl, with Eight Bit host Ian Buck, discuss the advent of Google Glass, the ChromeBook Pixel and our early impressions of the next generation of consoles, the PS4 and whatever the next Xbox is, along with more BlackBerry news, Microsoft's "clarification" on Office, and yet another device running Ubuntu.
Ryan Rampersad finally defeats the infamous dash, and with Matthew Petschl, discuss Ubuntu's phone release, Apple's lost trademark, Google's 4.2.2 update, Opera's rendering engine and the next American Space Race.
Matthew Petschl and Ryan Rampersad discuss the dissolution of Dell's public company, why hard drive revenue is down, HBO's self-troll, a review of Ryan's Nexus 4 and an extended discussion on the Chromebook Pixel and HP's Chromebook.
The the biggest week so far this year, Ryan Rampersad and Matthew Petschl with guest, Sam Ebertz, discuss Microsoft's Windows 8 and Surface decline, streaming video bonanzas, legal piracy, more Java issues, and more BLACKBERRY news than ever before with some hands on time with an amazing phone.
Despite recording late after adventure, Ryan Rampersad and Matthew Petschl discuss school and studying, RIM's poor timing, Skype interception, Twitter's Vine, quarterly results, terminal plugs and a special feature of jOBS.
After CES fever, Ryan Rampersad and Matthew Petschl return to talk about the new WarGame and discuss BlackBerry UI and apps, Windows 8's true price, why Java sucks, a new browser from Opera, and remember Aaron Swartz.
Ryan Rampersad and Matthew Petschl close up on CES news, and discuss sales from Microsoft on Xbox and Windows, Redbox Instant's new release date, a hardware revision to USB3, Verizon's implementation of Six Strikes, automated Gun Sights, and so much more!
Matthew Petschl and Ryan Rampersad look upon CES with trepidation and discuss yet another BlackBerry leak, Microsoft's Windows 8 deal, Sprint's latest joke, how Google broke Maps on purpose for Windows Phone 8, the Ubuntu Phone and why scanning documents will bankrupt you.