Countdown to excitement! Every week Christina Warren, Brianna Wu and Simone de Rochefort have accelerated geek conversation. Tech, comics, movies, games and books, no galaxy is off limits! Hosted by Christina Warren, Brianna Wu, and Simone De Rochefort.
We're Not Lawyers
Tesla is coming under fire for misleading customers with its self-driving promises. Does the case hold any water? Plus, deepfake pornography couldbe taken to the courtroom as well. What are Netflix's proposed password sharing rules anyway?
Longtime Twitter users are cast into mourning as Twitter cuts off API access for third-party clients. Then, furor over the reveal that CNET has long been using AI to write financial articles. Finally, two of ourfavorite scamsters are making comebacks.
Christina in Russian
In an action-packed show, we're talking about the REVIVAL OF THE HOMEPOD. The Mac Mini is also here. Meanwhile, Logan Paul has apologized to a popular YouTuber! For dessert, a Forbes 30 Under 30 alum takes on JP Morgan Chase. And not in a good way.
Make Transportation Sexy Again
The FAA has had a massive outage, and there are rumors about a design change that would make MacBooks — and maybe iMacs? — incredibly exciting. Plus, what's up with Logan Paul's second alleged crypto pump-and-dump? SERIOUSLY?
BEST and WORST of 2022!
We're all BACK on the hot mic and talking about our best and worst scams, products, and purchases of 2022. Who still has a LastPass subscription? Who believes in FTX? Who loves to throw money down the Apple well? You'll find it all out here.
CLIP SHOW. Are there any two words that bring more joy to listener's hearts? That's right, you'll be finding out how right (or wrong) we were about the Musk acquisition by revisiting predictions. Plus, we revisit our interview with Bug from Spooky Games.
Excellent Geek Conversation
As a lapsed podcast listener who came back to this one a while ago, I’d forgotten how good this is. A fantastic weekly wrap up of geek news with a healthy dose of honest opinion and humour.
Rocket takes a step back to get a broader view on the tech world, and that’s why I’d call it more of a ‘tech policy’ show than strictly a technology show. Rocket also proves that good tech shows can have personality - and that women comment on tech just as well as men, if not better. If you’re interested in the trends of the digital world, and like hosts with personality, you’ll love this show.
It's a great podcast - fun and informative! The chemistry between the hosts is very good. I've been listening for about a year and it's now part of my week. Keep it up!