Spotify is mad at Apple for agreeing to their terms. Game Theorist gives the Pope a video game.

Alan suggests an audio book for you to check out and Josh explains why you should play Halo 5’s Firefight.

 

 

 

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Is Kickstarter ruining gaming? Fire watch copywriter infringement. Overwatch removes a feature. Josh is about to make a life change. And Alan has a manga recommendation and Josh has an android podcast app to check out.

 

 

 

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The future is mostly NOW! Alan has a lot of cool tech updates.
Mike tells us about making his Halo pistol write up.
Josh talks about his awful Walmart near his place.
And Alan talks about companies discontinuing service, having canary clauses in privacy statements and more!






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The guys chat about dystopian futures before to get this episode started. Josh shocks Alan with a contest that happened under his nose in the book Ready Player One. And we talk about the old G4, the tech TV channel.

 

The FBI withdrew their case against Apple to get a iPhone hack. Alan explains some issues he felt with the virtual reality conversation from PS2J 35 – Pandora’s iPhone. Josh bought a Gear VR, and tells his experience with it so far. Mike asks if virtual reality the next level of people seeking isolation?

 

Josh heard a cool story about Tel Aviv’s Central Bus Station, he heard about it on a podcast called 99% Invisible.

 

 

 

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Starts off with us finishing ideas we had from the episode we recorded previous. And that episode we recorded will end up being the next episode. We explain the confusion and apologize, but you get what you pay for.

 

A great talk about gaming, starting with cross compatibility to virtual reality. The game Josh is was about is called Hover Junkers.

 

Alan tells us about the problem with social media filtering content. And Josh will eventually bring up how some companies are damaging developing nations with the best intentions in mind.

 

We start to bleed into iPhone security, and how the American government is trying to gain access to it.

 

 

 

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Josh has a problem with a variety of user interfaces on various platforms.
First of all Xbox One, the New Experience is garbage.
Josh does like ONE thing with the new layout.
Mike is ostracized for trying to talk on games by other players.
Alan says that PS4 isn’t any better.
Josh and Alan download all the free games that are given to them.
Assassins Creed Black Flag best on the WiiU?
New 3DS XL are cheaper now its close to the holidays.
Alan hasn’t charged his 3DS and Mike knows that would happen to any handheld he buys.
Josh brings up Alan’s old complaint about any website with a log in.
We blend into talking about being old. Oh brother.
I am making a conscious decision to not post those video links. Live in mystery!
Then Josh talks about YouTube UI.
Alan bring up the pain of editing yourself gaming.
Josh seems to have a lot of problems with YouTube, 1st world problems.
And YouTube seemingly fixed some of his problems already.
Alan talks about Apple making their apps look like Android on Android, and Google making apps looking like Android on iOS.
Josh asks iPhone users about their phone experience.
Alan really likes the upgrade iPhone has recently with the 3D touch.
Mikes iPhone got a bit of a bend to it.
Alan talks about testers abusing an iPhone 6.
Josh learns what radio lines are.
Then he gives props to Nova Launcher for making his Android experience great.
Alan uses it on his work phone, which is a droid.
Mike jumped iPhones from 3GS to a 6.
Alan tells us about the insane resolution on the new iPad.
Alan thinks his Apple watch does what he needs it to do.
Josh talks about his future smart watch.
Our technologies are listening to us!
Josh is quite happy about the consistent release schedule.
Alan is shocked how much advertising on Daring Fireball is.
Then Josh brings up Game Grumps, then it comes around to Egoraptors old work.
And Josh brings it back around to the UI of the old peer-to-peer sharing program called WinMX.
Downloading music used to be so risky.
We feel that Star Wars trailers just look like all other Star Wars trailer.
Then we speculate on what happened at the end of SW Episode VI to lead up to The Force Awakens.
We delve way too far into the arms race of Star Wars space ships.
Its interesting how Lego has a a lock down of Star Wars leaks.
We talk about different types of lightsabers there are.
A Bad Boys remake of Star Wars would be great.
Too many funny Martins.
We try to talk about the hype train again.
And immediately derail into the topic of how Playboy has moved away from pornography.
Open innovation to get sponsored by Apple.
Fun fact for an Apple employee screening this for content, recorded on a MacBook Pro. Edited on an Mac.
How much does Bill Gates needs to see on the ground to pick it up?
Answer, a lot.
Apple store employee that stole a LOT of gift cards.
Mike continues on how he dislikes Black Widow and Hawkeye.
Alan compares each Avenger to their powers.
Mike brings up the Honest Trailers review of Avengers 2: Age of Big Bad.
Alan feels like Ultron could still exist on some network.
Josh brings in that the movie is, and mode to be a blockbuster, when he has brought other expectations that the movie doesn’t promise to bring.
Maybe if you feel the same as Mike, Alan and Josh agree that you should just see The Martian.
Mike is high maintenance when it comes to entertainment.
Josh has a TON of movies, while Alan’s movie shelves contain mostly games.
Mike can confirm.
Josh admits to having a butt ton of junk.
Mad Catz. The controller for when guests are over.
Then we practice some unprofessionalism and do some planning while recording.