A pop-cult fix for a generation that grew up playing Nintendo and watching Saturday morning cartoons
Today Jeff sits down with Doodle Jump creator Igor Pusenjak to talk about the 5th anniversary of his game that wound up being the the 3rd most paid iPhone game ever. Igor also has thoughts on the Apple Watch and the "freemium" platform.
Jeff's out, but Iyaz and Ariel hold down the fort with Andrew Zarian of GFQ Network. The guys talk about the flexible iPhone and how zippers are the worst invention of all time.
Today we check out the pilot episode of "Gotham," get to the bottom of a recent titillating Internet hoax and talk about tech we wish we had in college.
Today we're not spoiling anything, unlike what Netflix is trying to do with a random spoiler generator it just released. Also, researchers think they've discovered a simple thing that happier people do.
Today Bridget Carey tells us how she survived the iPhone 6 launch chaos that unraveled at the flagship Apple Store in New York. After we close the book on the iPhone we'll discuss the news that the Deadpool movie has been green lit!
Today we freak ourselves out over Google's location history map, decide $200 is way too much to spend on a Kindle Voyage and make an effort to start throwing more stuff out.
Today we're pleading with Coca-Cola NOT to bring Surge back, walking in the wrong Chinese sidewalk lane, and dissecting custom made PS4 Nike Air Jordans that inexplicably come with an HDMI port in each sneaker.
There's some new Batman controversy about the size of his Batmobile cannon. Plus, we'll learn how to live forever thanks to fruit flies and Rockstar Games dishes out info about GTA V on new-gen consoles.
Today we remember September 11th with Jill Schlesinger, discuss the NFL's impenetrable brand during scandal and review some of the most beneficial financial moves anyone can make.
Russ Frushtick is back on the show today helping us round up the rest of the year's most anticipated videogames. He'll also give us his thoughts on the Apple Watch and Apple Pay. Finally, we'll discuss the implications of a male birth control that might hit the market in 2017.