This week the fellas talk about the road to Summerslam, RAW and Smackdown's go home shows, which matches they are most looking forward to, the cards for Takeover: Brooklyn and Summerslam, their fantasy booking, NXT, CWC, New Japan G1 and much much more!
With just Jon and Lucas, this week’s podcast features some updates with what’s going on behind the scenes with the show’s new look, a new show featuring Brian that will be coming soon, and our priorities for future content for the public and sponsors; Lucas also speaks on his planned trip to see Let’s Play Live in Chicago later in the week.
The boys have a frank and open discussion about Soylent. No, really.
Barnes & Noble re-brands a Samsung tablet as a Nook tablet. Pinterest will start adding video ads. Facebook is changing its policy for messenger bots to allow them to try and sell you stuff. Adam West and Burt Ward will reunite for an animated movie. AT&T kills overage charges and increases data per plan.
HTC will indeed be manufacturing 2 Google Nexus devices. Instagram updates its app with new camera features. Microsoft begins rolling up the Windows 10 anniversary update for mobile devices. McDonald's is giving out fitness trackers in their happy meals. Google is getting rid of Hangouts On Air on September 12.
Paul gives his first hand experience using a device called Wintel that allows you to have a Windows PC connected to your TV. Andrew and Paul discuss ways to gain access to coverage of the Olympics for cord cutters. Apple is expected to announce the iPhone 7 in early September without a headphone jack. How will an iPhone without a headphone jack be received by consumers? And Microsoft is changing the way it delivers updates to Windows 7 and Windows 8.