This is the official podcast of Tested.com. Tested brings you the week's technology and science news, with hosts Will Smith, Norman Chan, and Jeremy Williams. There's no jargon here, just solid explanations of the week's news--and plenty of wacky tangents. Make sure you stick around after the outro for fake outtakes!
Will guests this week to chat with Jeremy about the rise and fall of HQ Trivia, Half-Life: Alyx's release date, Space X's private spaceflight plans, and Sony's PS5 pricing mystery. Plus, we dial Norm in for an intercontinental facetime call to see what's happening in New Zealand!
We've risen for the resistance! At Star Wars Galaxy's Edge, that is. Norm and Jeremy duocast this week to recap the strategies and tricks for getting aboard this new ride, and the benefits of bringing a baby to Disney World. Plus, breaking news about Mobile World Congress, impressions of Samsung's new Galaxy flagships, and stay for the Picard Episode 3 spoiler talk at the end of the show [spoilers begin at 1:44:25]!
This week Kishore and Jeremy discuss new release dates for Marvel and Mandalorian seasons on Disney+, a Hamilton film announcement, Japan's life size 60 foot animatronic Gundam, Sesame Street's applications for artificial intelligence, a video call to Norm live from Walt Disney World, and spoiler talk for Picard Episode 2 [spoilers begin at 1:07:47]!
An extra-long moment of science to kick the episode off this week as we discuss the facts of the Coronavirus outbreak and what concerned folks should know right now. We also look back at the iPad's announcement ten years ago, and speculate on a Fast saga-Bad Boys crossover. Plus, love for The Walking Dead in the VR Minute!
Two big stories dominate this week: the premiere of the highly-anticipated Star Trek: Picard show and Valve answers questions about Half-Life: Alyx in a Reddit AMA! Plus, streaming service confusion, Apple's rumored "budget" iPhone, love for Pavlov VR, and a moment of science!
With CES come and gone, we move to Oscar season and discuss this year's Academy Awards nominations. Plus, Star Trek after Picard, 120Hz phone screens, and what we'd want to see from a Nintendo theme park. That and more with Will joining this week!
Big week for technology news, and we recap the most interesting and curious announcements from this year's CES. From Samsung making rolling robot assistants to Sony designing a concept car, we break down the weird and wired. Plus, a slew of new stuff from 1UpArcade, lots of science, and some good news for VR adoption!
New decade, same podcast! We're back in the studio after the new year to talk about how we celebrated the holidays, gifts given and received, and the shows and movies we watched over the break. Plus, drones replacing fireworks, CES speculation, and the new Stranger Things pinball machine!
With the power of video calling, we're able to get together (remotely) one more time this year to chat about the two most pressing topics we've been asked about: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and Half-Life: Alyx! Hope you all have a wonderful holiday and see you next year! (Apologies for the audio and video quality, which was saved from Skype)
On our second to last episode of the year (promise!), we examine the past decade and discuss the technologies and products we thought had the most impact in our world. Plus, our last chance to speculate about The Rise of Skywalker before watching it, and watch out for spoilers all around the internet!
As the VGAs are airing tonight, we discuss one of the VR games announced (and released!) during the show: Path of the Warrior. Kishore's back with gifts of Star Trek wine, and we discuss the week in VR game releases, trailer unveils, science, and technology news!
Back from Thanksgiving, it's a duocast this week as Norm and Jeremy discuss the Cybertruck event and thoughts on Tesla's bold electric truck. Plus, the reveal of Half-Life: Alyx and what it means for the VR community and gamers alike.
We're all traveling this week for the Thanksgiving holiday, so here's a vintage episode of This is Only a Test from the archive. The year is 2014. We're talking Surface Pro 3, pinball cabinets, and Comcast cancelling woes. But most importantly, a personal assistant robot named Jibo has just been announced. Enjoy!
On the eve of Valve's big reveal of Half-Life: Alyx, we discuss what it means to have a killer app for the VR market today, John Carmark's role shift at Oculus, Star Trek movie announcements, and Tesla's impending reveal of the Cybertruck. It's a big news week leading up to Thanksgiving!
This week, we discuss the launch of Disney+ and the first episode of The Mandalorian (no big spoilers!), Apple's 16-inch MacBook Pro details, and the logistics of planning a baby's first birthday party. Plus, impressions of Stormland in the VR Minute!
In the small window between Norm returning from a international travel and Kishore about to embark on an overseas trip, we gather the team to discuss Google's acquisition of Fitbit, the new VR game Pistol Whip, and Microsoft Research's experiments with archiving data onto sheets of glass. Plus, we ponder the viability of a LEGO competition show and are blown away from an experimental audio tool.
Cord-getting gets more complicated this week as Warner announces the details for its upcoming HBO Max streaming service. We break down how it compares with other streaming options, the confusion for current HBO subscribers, and how HBO might change. Plus, a Star Wars shakeup, surprise Apple Airpods release, and the problem with Daylight Savings. Support the Team Trees effort at http://teamtrees.org ! Find Trace's videos at https://www.youtube.com/tracedominguez
Duocast this week! Jeremy and Norm discuss the final Star Wars trailer for The Rise of Skywalker, HBO's Watchmen, Pixel 4 revelations, and mixed reality video recording. Plus, the search for a new case for a PC build, and one of the coolest 3D printers we've seen.
Google formally announces the Pixel 4 and we discuss the unique features of Android's new flagship. Jeremy and Norm try to explain what it was like watching Gemini Man at 120 frames per second and what content might be best suited for high framerate cinematography. Plus, an intriguing new handheld gaming system, Matrix 4 casting, and the science of marathon optimization.
The gang gets together to discuss the great stuff we saw at New York Comic Con, Sony's PlayStation 5 announcement, the new Picard trailer, and our favorite titles in Apple Arcade. Plus, Asgard's Wrath debuts in VR and we played some of the new Walking Dead VR game. And don't miss a Moment of Science!
Hot off the heels of Microsoft's big Surface event, we discuss the Surface Pro X, Neo, and Duo announcements and their interesting release timing. We also revel in the return of Spider-Man to the MCU, the upcoming DC Universe crossover, and a bunch of new tech product reveals. Plus, A Moment of Science and the VR Minute!
We're on location this week at Oculus Connect 6, and joined by special guest Devindra Hardawar, Senior Editor of Engadget! The three of us chat about some recent movies, Jurassic World casting news, Amazon's new glasses, and of course, the announcements from OC6. Thanks to Devindra for guesting this week!
This week, we dive into the recent news of TV show and movie reboots, early iPhone 11 reviews, Donkey Kong record holder drama, and anticipation for the Switch Lite. Plus, a pre-OC6 edition of The VR Minute where we talk about HTC's Vive Cosmos and going hands-on with Tilt5!
We recap Apple's big September announcements, including pricing and content on their two new services, hardware updates, and the new iPhone lineup. Plus, we dive down into the technology behind the always-on OLED Apple Watch display, ponder Nintendo's new Switch controller accessory, and discuss new VR software out this week!
We get the full download of Kishore's adventures at Dragon*Con, including a roundup of his favorite cosplays, meetsups, and spontaneous shennanigans from this past weekend. We also talk USB 4, the impending iPhone event, right to repair, and FMK with streaming services. Plus, a Moment of Science and the VR minute!
Thought last week was a big news week? The news keep on coming as we recap all the announcements from D23, including new Marvel shows, the Star Wars hotel, Disney+ details, and the new footage from The Rise of Skywalker. Plus, a full breakdown of our first trip to Galaxy's Edge at Disneyland!
Kishore & Jeremy are joined by special guest Trace Dominguez to geek out about Spider-Man's breakup with the MCU, a new Matrix film, the web's longest running web cam going dark, and the science of popular music charts. Plus, a smattering of Apple news, the VR Minute, and yet another amazing outro by Wo Hawk!
This week, we talk about Samsung's new Note phones, the Star Trek universe falling under one umbrella, and telepresense with RC cars. There's also new Snap Spectacles, shakeup in VR, and yes, Barbie to discuss. Plus, Kishore grosses us all out with video of a particular snail. We can't unsee that!
This week, we talk about Ninja's move to Mixer, the grittiness of Amazon's The Boys, surprise DC universe casting, and Apple's MacBook Pro rumors. Plus, more love for Pavlov VR and our hopes for Oculus Connect 6! And yes, something is different in the studio!
Zach Radding (aka Build Cool Stuff) joins us this week as we recap our trip to the annual arcade convention California Extreme, the latest Picard news, Fornite's new champion, and the VR filmmaking. You can also hear Jeremy and Zach talk about their work on the Savage Builds WWI dogfighting episode in this week's Still Untitled!
Pop culture news dominates this episode as Norm and Kishore recap their adventures at San Diego Comic-Con. From the best stuff we saw on the floor to impressions of new trailers, here's what got us most excited from the biggest pop culture event of the year. Plus, we dissect the Picard trailer and go through the MCU Phase 4 announcements!
It's a big week for the team as we celebrate not only the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, but also the 50th San Diego Comic-Con! We talk about some of the events we're following online for each of these celebrations, as well as the latest in pop culture, technology, science, and VR news. Plus, what's your go-to children's book recommendation for new parents?
Nintendo surprises us with the announcement of the Switch Lite, Warner confuses us with the reveal of HBO Max, and an old friend stuns us with his Twitch livestream. Plus, a moment of science, the VR minute, and stick around the end for a Spider-Man Far From Home spoiler-filled discussion!
This week, we talk about the legacy of Jony Ive as Apple's head of design announces his departure from the company, the announcement of a Sandman Netflix show, and whether humans will ever colonize Mars. Happy 4th of July!
We go on a roller coaster of emotions this week as producer Gunther joins to give us the skinny on Bitcoin's recent surge. We also discuss iOS 13's public beta, app review procedures, Bill Gate's biggest regret, and more thoughts on Toy Story 4. Plus, the VR Minute!
We talk about Simone's Truckla build, Pixar's new film announcement, Facebook's crypto ambitions, and Oculus' statement on app development. Plus, we introduce Jeremy to some fun Star Trek fan theories. And, with Kishore back this week, we have a return of a Moment of Science!
We're back from E3 and discuss the announcements from the major console companies, VR news, and recap some of the demos we played. Plus, thoughts on DJI's new robot, the making of Chernobyl, and the future of maker faires.
We talk Mac Pros and reference monitors this week as we recap the news from WWDC (dub dub), joined by video game historian Steve Lin. Plus, pinball talk, gear we saw at Augmented World Expo, a Magic the Gathering televition show and much more to be discussed! Thanks so much to Steve Lin for joining us this week. Find out more about the Video Game History Foundation at https://gamehistory.org/
Build Cool Stuff's Zach Radding joins us this week to talk about the Panic Playdate handheld, emotion-detecting smart assistants, ray-traced Quake, MacBook keyboards, and share our excitement for the Picard teaser. Plus, the VR minute as we prepare for Augmented World Expo.
For our 501st episode, we're joined by special guests Will and Gary, who started this podcast with us back in 2010. The five of us recount our favorite memories from the past nine years and reflect on the beginnings of Tested and what the worlds of technology, pop culture, and virtual reality looked like back then. Here's to the next 500!
It's our 500th episode! Special celebrations will have to wait due to scheduling conflicts, but the gang gathers to talk about Deep Space Nine, the making of Game of Thrones, Android Q, and Lenovo's folding computer. Plus, a moment of science and the VR minute!
We've got a duocast this week as Kishore is out from food poisoning. Jeremy and Norm talk about Disney's release schedule for Star Wars, Marvel, and Avatar films, tech news out of Google IO and Microsoft Build, and more testing on the Oculus Rift S. Plus, quite possibly the best listener-submitted outro.
What a week for news! Norm's voice is completely shot but we're still podcasting in this special episode recapping our Oculus Quest review, the announcement of Valve's Index headset, and our thoughts on Avengers: Endgame. Spoilers saved for the very end of the show!
We're joined this week by Robbie Baldwin, who covers cars and electric vehicles for Engadget, to talk about Tesla's busy week, the state of electric and self-driving cars, and what EV he'd recommend. Plus, we brace ourselves for Endgame and gush about Labo VR!
Continuing from our podcasting on Still Untitled, this week, Will joins Norm and Jeremy to talk about hardware for the next PlayStation, streaming digital games, and the lineup for Disney+. Plus, how the Model 3's new autopilot feature fared in a road trip down to Los Angeles.
Big science news this week as we talk about the imaging of black holes and whether cats recognize their names. Plus, Amazon’s AirPod rival, impending Labo VR, and a new pinball machine tease. Shazam! spoiler discussion is saved for the end, and we butt heads on our thoughts on the movie!
The core crew is back this week and we hear about Kishore's theme park adventures, discuss Apple's cancellation of AirPower, and speculate on the Valve Index virtual reality headset. Plus, who got Avengers Engame tickets?
Between Apple's services announcements and the news from the Game Developers Conference, there's a lot to talk about this week! Will joins as we dissect the news and talk Love, Death, and Robots. Seven more episodes until 500!
While Norm's on the road for a video shoot, Kishore and Jeremy podcast to recap the week's news, including the Tesla Model Y reveal and Oculus' Rift S announcement. Plus, a new iPad Mini and the full Toy Story 4 trailer!
Everyone's back this week as we share our hopes and fears for Nintendo's Labo VR kit, discuss Apple's streaming video ambitions, and celebrate the 30th birthday of the world wide web. Plus, stick to the end as we review Captain Marvel!
The countdown to episode 500 begins! We talk about Tesla's $35,000 car, the promise of full autopilot, and our hopes for the Model Y. Plus, digging through Bill Gates' breakthrough technology picks for the year, and Amazon's carbon footprint.
Kishore and Jeremy discuss breaking phone announcements from Samsung, buggy Nike shoelaces, new Lego augmented reality kits, a new book about Oculus & Facebook, plus a Moment of Science and a heaping helping of VR news including a new $6000 pro headset.
For this Valentines Day episode, we're joined by Will this week to talk about Apex Legends, Amazon's purchase of mesh wi-fi company Eero, the reveal of Genie in Aladdin, and Activision Blizzard's disappointing layoffs. Plus, a spoiler-free discussion of LEGO Movie 2!
With this year's Superbowl behind us, we talk about the aftermath of everything non-sports-related with the big game, including our favorite commercials and Kishore's wings experiments. Plus, a new Google Chrome extension opens our eyes, HP's new VR headset, and Apple's retail shakeup.
What a week for Apple, as they announce their most recent earnings in the wake of the embarrassing FaceTime eavesdropping bug. We discuss that news as well as iOS gaming subscription rumors, roomba lawn mowers, and deepfake Dali.
We're finally able to get Patrick Norton of Tekthing back on the podcast to talk about his favorite things he saw at CES! Plus, we talk Academy Award nominations, Apple's photo contest, and a new phone with absolutely zero ports.
Professional maker of things Zach Radding joins us this week as we discuss the new Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer, Netflix price hikes, the technology in Nike's self-lacince shoes, and the problem of ICEing at Tesla superchargers. Thanks to Zach for joining us this week! Find his projects at http://www.buildcoolstuff.com/
We're not in Vegas this week for CES, but we're still keeping an eye on the big announcements in tech coming out of the show. From new VR headsets to TV technologies, we go over the news that we find most interesting. Plus, thoughts on Star Trek rumors, a new animated superhero show, and pinball news!
Happy new year! To kick off 2019, the shares how they spent the holidays, their New Years Eve rituals, and best gifts received and given. Plus we dissect the latest Black Mirror episode Bandersnatch in copious detail (spoilers last until 53 minute mark) and catch up on tech news. Get any cool tech for Christmas?
The gang can't stop gushing about the new Spider-Man film as we dive into a deep review of Into the Spider-Verse, (first spoiler-free, then full-on spoilers!). Plus, we talk about the latest in pop culture, technology news, and the regrettable demise of Star Wars Sphero toys. It's the last podcast of the year from the office!
We're extra festive this week as the squad put on their gremlins headgear and talk Avengers Endgame teaser trailer, isolation chamber prop bets, Apple Watch's big health moment, and the anniversary of Doom. Plus, a moment of science!
Patrick Norton of TekThing joins us this week to talk about headphones, 4K TVs, and what he's been testing lately. We talk about the new Captain Marvel trailer, Apple's reported iPhone woes, the future of Marvel shows on Netflix, and Epic's new Steam competitor. Plus, an important PSA about motion smoothing.
Everyone's back from their Thanksgiving travels as we hear about visiting national monuments, sharing VR experiences with family, and reactions to the black friday deals. Plus, our thoughts on the demise of the Chevy Volt, new movie trailers, and CRISPR news.
For this special Thanksgiving episode, the original hosts of This is Only a Test get back together to welcome Norm as a new dad! We talk about babies, birth stories, and binging Red Dead Redemption 2. Happy Thanksgiving!
Will Smith joins Kishore and Jeremy to discuss the passing of comic legend Stan Lee, the Toy Story 4 teaser, Amazon HQ2, new discoveries about the Venus Fly Trap, and intriguing leaked photos of a new Valve VR headset in development.
This week, Kishore is joined by Will Smith (@willsmith) and first-timer Trace Dominguez (@tracedominguez) to talk about the retirement of the physical kilogram, 25 hours of videos games for the kids, Samsung's new foldable "device", and an extra long Moment of Science.
Jeremy is joined by old guard Will Smith and Gary Whitta to discuss the latest Apple announcements, the Red Dead Redemption 2 release, a new Star Trek animated series, our favorite horror movies, best practices with Tesla Autopilot, and what's most important to VR adoption: price or quality.
The world crowns a new Tetris champion, a legend of animation is set to retire, and Netflix shocks us with two announcements. Plus, we discuss iPhone XR reviews, expectations for the upcoming Apple event, and a surprise car model from Tesla.
We remember the work and contributions of Paul Allen, discuss the revival of Palm phones, and reflect on the great YouTube outtage of October 2018. Plus, news from Adobe, the cancelling of Iron Fist, and Winamp comes back!
Will sits in this week as we recap some adventures at New York Comic Con, the Magic Leap developer conference, and spoiler-free impressions of First Man. Plus, Google's big Android hardware event, the first Star Wars live action show, and theories behind that crazy Banksy auction stunt.
Back in the studio after two weeks, we catch up on news of Tesla's SEC woes, Microsoft and Amazon's product announcements, and trailers for the new Spider-Man and X-Men movies. Plus, could choose-your-own-adventure narratives work for television?
We record a special episode this week on location on the floor of Oculus Connect 5! Jeremy and Norm are joined by Darshan Shankar, founder and CEO of Bigscreen VR to talk about the Oculus Quest and other announcements made this week. It's a full episode of VR talk! Thanks to Darshan for guesting this week, and check out Bigscreen VR at https://bigscreenvr.com/
Apple iPhone XS reviews are out, and we discuss what early reviews have to say about the phone's performance and camera improvements. Plus, what's up with billionaires who want to go to space, and what games will be included in the PlayStation Classic?
We record this week's episode just minutes after the Apple September press conference, so let's dive into the details of the new watch and phone announcements. Plus, a look at the science behind Apple's health claims, and casting shakeup in the DC cinematic universe!
Kishore returns from DragonCon and gives us the download of his cosplay adventures there, Norm details his recent electric car road trip to Las Vegas, and Jeremy experiments with 3D printing video game sprites. Plus, we talk about Canon's new mirrorless cameras, Apple's upcoming event, and big Marvel movie news!
This week, we discuss reports of autonomous driving difficulties, early hints at Disney's streaming service, Nikon's new mirrorless cameras, and a science video that has us squirming. Plus, we hit 4 million subscribers on YouTube! Thanks so much for watching our stuff!
We discuss Nvidia's latest generation of video cards, DJI's newly announced Mavic quadcopters, rumors of a new entry-level MacBook, and pricing for HTC's wireless VR headset accessory. Plus, a Magic Leap teardown and a moment of science!
We have six eyes in the room as the spectacled gang talks about Star Trek casting news, a new Galaxy Note, and what was shown at Quakecon and Defcon. Plus, Jeremy pays a trip to The Void and we discuss our impending coverage of the Magic Leap One augmented reality headset!
As you would expect, the gang is stoked about the return of Patrick Stewart to Star Trek, and we talk a bunch about our hopes and fears for Picard in the new era of Trek. Plus, Google's Android Pie in tech news and robot empathy in a Moment of Science. We unfortunately recorded this episode the day before the Magic Leap launch, so we'll be talking about it next week!
We recap the past weekend of classic arcade and pinball gaming at Pinburgh and California Extreme--the latter being the debut of the latest Tested build project. We also play Moviepass deadpool, discuss drone leaks, and debate the proper way to remove a USB key from a computer. Plus, a Moment of Science and the VR Minute!
We record a little earlier this week as Jeremy's about to head to Pittsburgh for an annual pinball convention, and the Tested team prepares for the California Extreme classic arcade convention this weekend. We discuss pop culture and technology news, and recap Comic-Con announcements. Plus, a Moment of Science taste test!
Just before Norm heads down to San Diego for Comic-Con, we gather to talk about Apple's new laptops, Samsung's foldable phone plans, first sightings of Magic Leap, and Netflix's newly-announced shows! Plus, Kishore answers science questions from listeners!
Narrowly escaping a viral outbreak, Jeremy returns to the podcast this week to talk new Surface Go tablet, Elon Musks' rescue submarine, and the unfortunate case of a mistaken Statue of Liberty. Plus, a moment of science and pop culture news!
Danica is our special guest this week joining Norm and Kishore to talk about adventures in New York, recommendations for shows and attractions, and the latest in pop culture and technology news. Plus, we devote the last 30 minutes of the podcast to discussing the show In & Of Itself. Spoilers within when the background lights change colors! (Apologies for video viewers--our camera's memory card filled up with 10 minutes left on the podcast, so it's audio-only from that point.)
We record an early podcast this week before Norm leaves for New York, and discuss Apple's keyboard concession, the Echo Combat beta, and Mario Tennis Aces. Plus, a deep dive into the baby tech that looms in Norm's future, with sage advice from Jeremy and Kishore.
The future of Star Wars and Star Trek is our top story this week, and we have lots of thoughts on the rumors of what's to come from Lucasfilm and CBS. Plus, new SteamVR controllers, AMC's movie pass competitor, and Instagram's move into YouTube territory. Don't worry, we save all the Incredibles 2 spoiler talk for the end of the podcast!
Norm and Jeremy are back from LA to talk about what they saw at this year's E3, and the VR gaming presence (or lack thereof) at the show. Plus, we ponder about rockets on supercars, an AI film director, and get hype about Incredibles 2.
Extra long episode this week as we have a lot to cover! We discuss all the news from Apple's WWDC keynote, new movie trailers, Sonos' new living room speaker, and oh yeah, Norm's new Model 3. Plus, Kishore's back for A Moment of Science, and Jeremy talks about watching a comedy show in VR with Oculus Venues.
Effects fabricator and Tested contributor Kayte Sabicer joins us this week for a big discussion on Solo: A Star Wars Story and the latest in pop culture, technology, and virtual reality! Note: when the background lights turn green, spoilers are in effect!
Will Smith joins us this week as we avoid talking about Solo spoilers, but learn about a big difference of opinion in the room concerning Star Wars. We also discuss Uber's latest autonomous car news, a brazen Samsung commercial, and what's up with HBO's Watchmen adaptation. Also, a recap of some cool stuff we saw at Maker Faire!
This week, we get hyped for E3, the impending release of Deadpool 2 and Solo, and a new LEGO roller coaster set. Plus, the baffling audio clip phenomenon dividing social media, visits to the Beta store, and hacking digital assistants with words you can't hear. Hope to see some of you at Maker Faire this weekend!
With Google IO, Microsoft Build, and Facebook F8 all happening within a week of each other, there's lot to talk about on this week's show. We discuss the implications of Google's new AI efforts, Oculus' new prototype VR headset, and Nintendo online service plans. Plus, more details about our trip to see the NASA InSight mission rocket launch!
We save the Infinity War discussion and spoiler-talk for the end of the podcast, and kick things off with discussion of the just-released Oculus Go headset. There's also Star Trek news, details from F8, and excitement for the next Star Wars animated series. Plus, we're hopefully going to see a rocket launch!
On the day before Infinity War's release, the gang gathers to recount the past 10 years of Marvel cinematic universe movies, learn the origin of Kishore's love of Thanos, and hear about some highlights from the Replica Prop Forum showcase. Plus, the VR Minute and thoughts on Nintendo Labo. (Apologies for the bad audio for the 30 minutes of the podcast--our audio recorder stopped recording so we only had camera microphone audio.)
This week, we hear about Norm's trip to Monsterpalooza, the downfall of competitive arcade gamer Billy Mitchell, White Castle's take on Impossible burgers, and a really intriguing Nintendo Switch patent. Plus, hype for the impending Insight Lander launch!
As Mark Zuckerberg testifies to congress, we get together to talk about Facebook privacy concerns, this past weekend's Silicon Valley Comic Con, the new Solo trailer, and more! Plus, a moment of science and the VR minute!
We're finally able to talk about Ready Player One, and the gang as expected has different reactions. (Red light behind Kishore means spoilers are in play!) We also talk about the death of Steam Machines, new Intel chips, and spider science. Plus a quick VR minute!
On the eve of the Ready Player One premiere, we recap all the VR experiences we saw at GDC, discuss Apple's iPad for education event, hear about Kishore's trip to the MARS conference, and get outraged by a Disney/Pixar twitter tournament. Plus, Norm's trip the The Void's Star Wars experience.
Professional maker of things Zach Radding joins us this week to talk about Facebook's privacy problems, the Game Developers Conference, Avengers: Infinity War trailer impressions, and the demise of Toys R Us. Plus, the VR minute!