Countdown to excitement! Every week Christina Warren, Brianna Wu and Simone de Rochefort have accelerated geek conversation. Tech, comics, movies, games and books, no galaxy is off limits! Hosted by Christina Warren, Brianna Wu, and Simone De Rochefort.
Jack Dorsey is leaving Twitter, and supposedly voluntarily! Let's talk about his most recent tenure and Twitter, and what his next moves will be. Then, it's a return to our favorite topic of 2021: Elizabeth Holmes is taking the stand during her trial.
Brianna and Simone sit down on a chilly evening before Thanksgiving to talk about… Notre Dame Cathedral! Rumors have gone around for years that Ubisoft's Notre Dame from Assassin's Creed Unity could help restore the real cathedral after the 2019 fire.
On an auspicious episode 360, we're looking back at 20 years of Xbox! But first, Nick Guy comes on to discuss the Wirecutter Union and what will happen if New York Times management doesn't come to the table before Black Friday.
This week on Rocket the team answers the universe’s greatest questions. Is Twitter Blue worth $36 a year? Is the Metaverse yet another failed FB initiative? And are you a filthy cybercriminal for sideloading.
This week on Rocket, Christina and Brianna are dishing on their new Macbook Pros. How fast are they? Fast enough to speedrun Tomb Raider? And just how many steps DOES it take to install Audio Hijack? All that and more.
Rocket is blasting into hardware coverage this week with an exciting preview of the Apple cleaning cloth and the redesigned MacBook Pro. Dessert this week is packed with coverage of 9 different shows you need to be watching.
Simone is BACK and we are talking about THOSE JUICY NEW M1X MACBOOK PROS. And then we have two totally mystifying VR and AR headset announcements. And finally, most importantly, Timothee Chalamet's twink Wonka look has been revealed and ...it's good.
With disaster hitting not one, but two of the best Rocket hosts, the B(rianna) team steps up with Dan Moren to save the show.
We cover Amazon’s event with stalker robots, review the iPad Mini and geek out on Apple TV’s new show “Foundation.”