Sam Ebertz and Ryan Rampersad discuss Halo 4's E3 trailer, the know-it-all syndrome, why it sucks to see something technically wrong in a movie, lost lights in Detroit, the rare Venus crossing, a black home falling out of its galaxy, Iron Man 3 screenshots, and more!
Matthew Petschl, butane torch extraordinaire, and Ryan Rampersad discuss the STUXNET virus and its flaming evolution, TLD purchases galore, the next iteration of ChromeOS, Tim Cook at D10, the Windows 8 Preview Release, an online only PS4, falling and melting, and so much more!
Sam Ebertz and Ryan Rampersad discuss Sam's travel plans for the summer - world traveler, along with towel day, the SpaceX launch and docking, a pointless Bell clone, job openings, creepy nuclear photos, organic rocks on Mars, a supernova where you may not expect, fantastical music and more!
With special guest Ian R. Buck, hosts Matthew Petschl and Ryan Rampersad discuss Windows 8 hardware possibilities and Ballmer's predictions, a great Google+ update and some news of hanging out, another huge iPhone rumor - 4-inches of awesome, how Opera sucks and Facebook wants to buy it and so much more!
Matthew Petschl and Ryan Rampersad remember some recent adventures and discuss the lost talk show host, bleeping jailbreakers, retina display MacBook Pros with USB3, a fantastic summer with Microsoft deals, Google's new search paradigm, APUs, Verizon's grandfather, that Firefox again and so much more!
Sam Ebertz returns to The Universe with Ryan Rampersad to discuss the SpaceX launch, an impending solar eclipse event, science fiction books galore, more black hole news that you could ever want, pop scientists' role in understanding, new free university courses and more!
Matthew Petschl and Ryan Rampersad discuss quite the Journey in the conclusion of college, new hardware from HP and Micron, how Oracle finally won something, T-Mobile's innovation, some Apple rumors, Virgin Mobile's next premiere phone and so much more!
Matthew Petschl and Ryan Rampersad discuss a CEO's fake resume, the dead-lock in Oracle's case, the EU's timely decision, the lack of Fire at Target, Dropbox getting targeted by Apple, the sad Samsung S3, a Jobs Wonka, the misappropriation of DVD playback and media, and more!
Tall norn Matthew Petschl and short human Ryan Rampersad return to discuss WWDC's two-hour sellout, python's declining popularity, steam but not for scheme, Oracle and Google - again, Nintendo's failure, arrows in Brazil and how Ubuntu is no longer quite as precise, and more.