In this jam-packed episode, we cover Facebook’s F8 developers conference and Mark Zuckerberg’s vision of the future – It somehow involves Morpheus teaching us all about the fabric of reality itself. Salesforce and other tech giants are making a stand against pro-discrimination laws and pop artists are fighting for their right to make $millions$ off the rest of us. This and a whole lot more in episode 11 of The Lazy Couch. No joke.
Episode 11. Recorded Wednesday 1 April 2015.
- Follow up: Pebble Time’s Kickstarter raised more than $20m, smashes record | TNW
- Follow up: HERE by Nokia now on iOS
- iiNet blames Telstra for slow Netflix connection speeds | SMH
- Video: Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook F8 keynote in 3 minutes
- Video: Facebook F8 day 2 keynote and their big bet on virtual reality
- Video: The ‘McGurk Effect’
- Basel world coverage | SMH
- Emvio’s smartwatch will tell you when you’re stressing out | Engadget
- New York Times rolls out one-sentence stories on Apple Watch | NYT
- Salesforce CEO Mark Benioff takes stand against Indiana’s anti-gay law | recode
- Tim Cook: Pro-discrimination ‘religious freedom’ laws are dangerous | Washington Post
- Sony Pictures acquires Robotech screen rights, plans a movie franchise | IGN
- Ryan Reynolds tweets Deadpool costume | @VancityReynolds
- Batman’s new costume allows Ben Affleck to move his neck | SMH
- Masi Oka joins ‘Heroes Reborn’ to reprise Hiro Nakamura role | Deadline
- Jay-Z buys Tidal streaming service and has a bonkers press conference | Gawker
- Review: Periscope app
- Play Pacman on Google Maps
- Video Reaction: Who plays The Trickster on The Flash?