The Latest Episodes

Enjoy the latest episodes from The Nexus.

Looking Back and Ahead at the Same Time

Episode #1

Happy New Year! Matthew and Ryan have a guest this week, William, and chat about the biggest events of the year, from Amazon to Apple, and Microsoft to HP, all that and more in this reflection and speculation episode.

Feeling Up the Bezel is Not Appropriate

Episode #8

Happy New Year! Matthew and Ryan cover more Apple TV nonsense Apple TV rumors, another DropBox alternative, Verizon's payment convenience charge, Samsung's ICS flip-flop, Ive's knighthood and more!

Pepperoni Facing Right Side Up

Episode #7

On this Christmas adam episode, Matthew and Ryan talk about the death of the AT&T-Tmobile merge, OwnCloud, the AMD Radeon 7970, an iPod nano on your sleeve, Facebook suing Mark Zuckerberg, and more!

Toner Disaster

Episode #6

Another week solo, Ryan covers Kindle Fire problems, MacBook Pro display rumors, new AdBlock Plus rules, HP open-sourcing webOS, continued free calling by Google, and more!

Jumping Around In Order

Episode #5

After fixing last week's trouble Matthew and Ryan come back strong with news on Apple's database center, the mysterious disappearance of AMD's transistors, Steve Jobs's Biography is #1, Bill Gates's reactor, and more.

Spontaneous Combustion is E for Everyone

Episode #4

Due to audio problems, Ryan covers the podcast alone and talks about the Kindle Fire, the new app rating system from the ESRB, AT&T-Tmobile merging and Carrier IQ.

Double Sided Sticky Staples

Episode #3

Delirius by fumes and turkey, Matthew and Ryan discuss iPad 3 rumors, Facebook's potential new phone, Bulldozer's impact, Penguin Publishing and Amazon Kindle books, and more!

There’s a Buffalo Behind You

Episode #2

Less than a week later, Matt and Ryan talk about Siri's cracked protocol, ICS and Kindle Fire OS open sourcing, Steve's secret WiFi carrier alternative, AMD server processors and more.

Fled Across the Desert

Episode #1

The premiere podcast of The Nexus, Ryan and Matthew use the MacBook's microphone to record the first episode ever dicussing Batterygate, tablet trends and P2P litigation.