Ryan Rampersad is joined by usual co-host Matthew Petschl to discuss why Facebook is like a Chair, why Japan is trying to buy our phone companies, Macro's new app, a plug for Sublime Text 2 and a great discussion on just how much Ubuntu is worth to you and what operating systems are worth paying for.
Kaelyn Olson joins Ian Buck and Ian Decker to discuss Halo 4 news, Dishonored going gold, why women are important in mobile gaming, why Sony is trouble, and gaming on a budget -- from hardware to software, finding a game that is free or cheap that will play on a low end machine with suggestions and more!
Ryan Rampersad and guest co-host Brian Mitchell discuss Ryan's latest computer developments, why Nest is such a good idea, App.net's price change, Facebook's big success, Tent.is madness, great plugs for flashlight apps, Steve Jobs one year later and so much more!
Ian Buck and Ian Decker along with guest Kyle Schaplowsky discuss the latest news, the Wii U's region lock, why Mists of Pandaria has lackluster sales, Angry Birds Space's secret agenda, and a long discussion on 3D Gaming and GamerRank™ with special reviews on Black Mesa and Assassin's Creed Brotherhood.
Sam Ebertz, returning for his second in-studio appearance in a row, and Ryan Rampersad share tons of Curiosity news, from gravel and water to a named rock, a little information on a theoretical 4D-clock. another small step for SpaceX, some great videos and photos of bombs under water.
Ryan Rampersad and Matthew Petschl briefly discuss the news of the week, from Google's birthday and 25th billion app download, to Tim Cook's Maps apology and RIM's comically tasteless promotional video for BBX developers. After, Matthew decides to take a leave of absense and an astral entity takes his place to discuss tagging on the Internet.
14 billion years later, Sam Ebertz and Ryan Rampersad finally do another episode of The Universe with discussion on the late Neil Armstrong, Endeavour's final journey, news on ancient arctic forests, a dark energy telescope and some thoughts with Bill Nye on Creationism in school and more!
Ian Buck and Ian Decker and special guest Andrew Bailey compose a Bioshock poem and then discuss the news on Obsidian's kickstarter project, Sony's new just-as-expensive but even slimmer version of the PS3, a new first season Digimon game, and the main event of Borderlands 2 with a group-wide review.
Matthew Petschl and Ryan Rampersad have cinnamon and discuss Walmart dumping Kindles, leaks of AMD's Piledriver CPU coincidentally, why the W3C is a joke, updated Facebook apps but not native yet, a plug on Pocket and an epic presentation on the future of the iPad mini.