Ryan Rampersad hosts the end of year finale with Andrew Bailey, Ian R Buck and Matthew Petschl as guests with discussion on the big gadget releases, huge games, the legacy of laptops, and some end of the year statistics.
Despite a massive hurricane, Google delivered the next set of Nexus devices; Ryan Rampersad, Ian R Buck, and special guest Sam Roth have a discussion on the Nexus 4, updated Nexus 7, and full tablet Nexus 10 along with a medley of Android 4.2 updates.
With news from the iPhone 5 Apple event, Ryan Rampersad has Apple expert Brian Mitchell explain the big news from this Apple Event: the new iPhone 5 with a tall screen, the 5th generation iPod touch, the 7th generation iPod nano, new headphones and much more!
On this State of The Nexus episode, Matthew Petschl and Ryan Rampersad review the progress of the network since May with views, downloads and some holes. Then we discuss our dire need of guests and what we plan on doing in the coming months.
We saw the Mars Curiosity Rover successfully land on Mars. It was an incredible moment and Sam Ebertz and Ryan Rampersad reflect on our thoughts during those moments and what we thinking will become of this landing and more to come.
Sam has returned! Ryan Rampersad along with Matthew Petschl and Max Marti reunite with Sam Ebertz from China and Japan on his one-month vacation! Despite some editing woes, we discuss some interesting nights, maglev trains, three of Sam's big highlights and more!
Ryan Rampersad is joined by Chris Rampersad as a special guest in the studio and discuss the idea of photos and backing them up and why it's important to have a social network presence even if you don't really want to.
Ryan Rampersad and special guest and long-time friend Brandon Hoeflin discuss the MacBook Airs, MacBook Pros, high resolution screens, retina displays, Mountain Lion features, the lack of Siri and dictation, and so much more!
Matthew Petschl and Ryan Rampersad recount our console history, relive our childhoods, and then drool over Halo 4! Of course, they briefly mention the poor performance of Nintendo and Sony with the GamePad and Cross-Play, not to mention not enough Final Fantasy or Golden Sun.