In this podcast brought to you from Barcelona, the team set aside their keyboards to bring you their highlights from MWC.
Steve Guttenberg, the Audiophiliac, joins the show today to talk about the coming "singularity." For those of you not from the future, the "singularity" is a concept from Raymond Kurzweil's book "The Singularity Is Near: When Humans Transcend Biology."
The test, in which the Falcon 9 test rig was able to take off, fly to an altitude of 250 meters, and then move laterally 100 meters, is a crucial step in the program's progress.
A small-scale and unscientifcally sound experiment suggests that the drunker you get, the funnier you feel. This feeling is not shared by others.
BMW is a company that pretty much everyone loves. The cars it produces are regarded as some of the best in the world, and as it covers all niches there's a BMW for pretty much everyone. We took a look at the history of its roadsters to see just how far the firm's come since the early 20th century.
In a teaser to its new Super Bowl spot, Hulu offers up Will Arnett, a man who seems to echo notions of alien-invaded TV similar to those of Alec Baldwin three years ago. But will Baldwin appear? Or has Arnett done away with him?
Which tech company had the best first half ad in the Super Bowl? Here's a detailed analysis, written as it happened.
What better way to recover from the halftime show? More ads that continued to offer little in the way of originality of either strategy or execution. On the other hand, we had Clint Eastwood advertising Chrysler and Detroit.
After another teacher at a New Hampshire school is arrested for the alleged sexual assault of a student, the school reinforces strict social media rules. Carol Thebarge refuses to comply.
There hasn't been quite as strange a teaser for a Super Bowl ad as this thing from Cars.com. What can this possibly presage?