Episode 306 - Tested Takes On E3 - 6/18/201520 Comments
This week, Will, Norm, and Jeremy break down the details of our trip to E3, including the latest on the consumer version of the Oculus Rift, the Oculus Touch, Sony's latest Project Morpheus hardware and games, Starbreeze's surprise wide-field of view VR headset, and Microsoft Hololens. Enjoy!
Episode 305 - The VR Hour - 6/11/2015 14 Comments
On this week's episode, Will, Norm, and Jeremy discuss the Oculus Rift annoucement, the unveil of the Oculus Touch VR controller, the latest news from WWDC, including OSX El Capitan, iOS 9, WatchOS 2, and the first solar sail tests. Enjoy!
Episode 303 - Hot Topics - 5/28/201518 Comments
This week, Will, Norm, and Jeremy make Google I/O predictions, Charter buying Time Warner, mobile web traffic trends, an iOS bug that can kill Messages, Android tablets shipping with Office, and another edition of the VR minute. Enjoy!
Episode 300 - Fuller House - 5/7/201517 Comments
This week, Will, Norm, and Jeremy are joined by Patrick Norton to discuss our Hololens experiences, the Oculus release announcement, Tesla's home batteries, Spotify vs Apple, and the end of Windows Media Center. Enjoy!
Episode 298 - Celebrate Good Times - 4/23/201514 Comments
This week, Will, Norm, and Jeremy discuss Star Wars Celebration, the new Force Awakens trailer, the amazing practical BB-8 droid, Google's Fi network, Steam VR developer applications, The Muppet show, and the latest updates to Windows 10 and the Xbox One. Enjoy!
Episode 296 - The Return of the Duke - 4/09/2015 28 Comments
This week, Will, Norm, and Jeremy discuss digital releases of Star Wars, the DJI Phantom 3 announcement, Apple Watch reviews, the latest iOS and OSX updates, an Amazon Echo update, and a whole slew of new products in What We're Testing. Enjoy!
Episode 295 - Full House - 4/2/201528 Comments
This week, Will, Norm, and Jeremy are joined by TekThing's Patrick Norton to discuss the Ready Player One movie, Microsoft's new Surface 3, Project Spartan, Google's ChromeOS HDMI stick, Amazon's Dash buttons, and Liar's Day. Enjoy!
Episode 294 - The Virtual Minute - 3/26/201515 Comments
This week, Will, Norm, and Jeremy discuss the latest in virtual reality news, YouTube's Twitch competitor, Fantastical 2's high price, the PS4 update that adds suspend and resume, and that badass TIE Fighter animated short. Enjoy!
Episode 293 - Unregistered Version - 3/19/201534 Comments
This week, Will, Norm, and Jeremy discuss the Carbon 3D printer, Nintendo's foray into mobile gaming, Apple's plan for Watch sales, Windows 10 release details, Sony's Vue over-the-top TV streaming service, and hints at the HTC Vive's price. Enjoy!
Episode 292 - Optical Vaseline - 3/12/201545 Comments
This week, Will, Norm, Jeremy, and Gary discuss the latest in virtual reality from GDC and the news from Apple's March 2015 event, including Apple Watch, the new MacBook, and Broadwell updates to the rest of the MacBook line.
Episode 291a - A Podcast in Two Parts - 3/5/201532 Comments
This week, Will and Norm are joined by game developer Samantha Kalman to discuss GDC, virtual reality rumors, the news from Mobile World Congress, the Pebble Time Steel, the real purpose for Kickstarter, and a bit of behind the scenes on the Amazon Fire Phone. Audio listeners, be sure to stick around at the end for a post-GDC update from Will and Norm about GDC announcements and impressions of Valve and Sony's latest VR demos.
Episode 290 - Positively Stephensonian - 2/26/201526 Comments
This week, Will and Norm are joined by <a href="http://www.tekthing.com/">TekThing's</a> Patrick Norton to discuss this week's news, including the FCC's broadband as a utility vote, more Smartfish aftermath, the Gemalto hack, China, why it's Pebble TIme, and Valve's not-so-top-secret-anymore VR tech.
Episode 289 - Technical Difficulties - 2/19/2015 18 Comments
This week, Norm, Will, and Jeremy discuss the FAA's new rules for commercial multirotor flying, a strange Raspberry Pi 2 bug, Disneyland, SNL's 40th Anniversary Special, Jony Ive, and the NSA's tricky toolkit. Sorry about the technical difficulties early on, the video starts around the 40 minute mark.