Ryan Rampersad is joined by Ian Buck and Matthew Petschl in the spur of the moment and discuss the Japanese Flood, Voyager 1 finally hitting the heliopause, China's first female astronaut, impending sigma-decisions for the Higgs Boson particle, girls and science, and more!
Ryan Rampersad along with guests Emma Petersen and Max Marti discuss the place that the Surface falls on, Windows Phone 8, Lumia users' disappointment and rage, enough money to buy an island but not to sue Google and win, an investigation on IMAX, Ryan's new phone, and so much more!
Ryan Rampersad and special guest and long-time friend 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 decided to merge two weeks of At The Nexus into a single Tuesday spectacular with a twist, discussion falls to Microsoft's upcoming phone event, 3D maps everywhere, Steam on Linux, inappropriate patents, an iPhone for Virgins 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.
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!