The moment we’ve all been waiting for: Nintendo announces their next generation console/handheld hybrid, called the Switch. Is this the console we’ve been waiting for? Can it revitalize Nintendo and instil confidence and excitement again in its fan base?Listen Now "59: And We All Switched"
Samsung made an official statement it has stopped selling the Galaxy Note 7. Michael and Alex followed-up last week’s presidential debate discussion and the recent release of the nasty comments Trump made about Lindsey Lohan in the early ’00s.Listen Now "58: Let It Go"
Synopsis: Michael can’t stop his obsession with Samsung’s continued failure to reissue Galaxy Note 7 phones that don’t have the exploding battery issue. For a third time this week, we find Samsung is in hot water yet again. Google announced new Pixel Android and phone and tablets, replacing the Nexus brand, and we close the […]Listen Now "57: The Man Who Blew Up The World"
Synopsis: Samsung is in the news again after issuing a recall for the Galaxy Note 7. One new reported case of a “fixed” Note 7 that exploded for a second time. Michael and Alex also briefly touched on Google’s Andromeda OS (more on that next week). Duration: 38:57:00 Present: Michael Norton, Alex Knight Episode Links […]Listen Now "56: Samsung Explodes Again"
Michael and Alex debate the benefits of Apple acquiring Formula 1 racing manufacturer McLaren. Is it purely for the patents? The technology, a bit of everything? There’s also a little follow up on our ongoing discussion regarding the future of autonomous vehicles, where they’re taking us, and how the iPhone 7 camera is truly amazing.Listen Now "55: Apple Is Not Building A Race Car"