Andrew and John discuss new rumors about the upcoming launch of the iPhone 6S. Will Apple stick with a 16GB storage base model? Hidden images in the new version of iTunes suggests Apple may start selling the iPod in new colors. Nokia CEO says the company will design and license phones next year. And Amazon launches a Treasure Truck delivery service. What is it and how does it work?
Mat Men is here and ready to tear the house down, clean house, IN YOUR HOUSE! and house you with this week in wrestling news and speculation. Andrew and Rich talk TNA, GFW, Slammiversary, Jeff Jarrett, RAW's booking lately, NXT, The Beast in the East, Brock Lesnar's opponent in Japan this weekend, Bullet Club, Ring of Honor, the landscape of wrestling content, and the importance of knowing your time zones.
Episode 29 is brought to you by Heineken (kinda,sorta)! No they’re not a sponsor, they just happen to be the technical backbone to the film we watched this week. KC picked Kidnapping Mr. Heineken, a 2015 film that fictionalizes the true ransom of Freddy Heineken, the man behind the international brewing company. Let’s not beat around the bush – this movie ranked as a dud, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t spawn a great conversation between us three. We talk heists, morality, and how much money it would take for you to drop everyone you know. So give us a download or a stream and leave us a comment with your own opinion, recommendation, anything. Next week is Stephen’s pick, and he’s decided to turn us onto the sci-fi hit Primer. See you then!
MJ and Iyaz learn how similar they both are. While the two have appeared on numerous podcasts, they both find out how much New York City means to each other.
Dem Boys is back! Andrew and Rich piledrive you into next week with this new episode of Mat Men. They talk NXT competing with an upcoming ROH/NJPW show in NYC, Their experience at Ring of Honor: Best in the World, Triple H hate, Jeff Jarrett returning to TNA and the possible future of Global Force Wrestling, the WWE main event scene, rock hard bodies, and more.
The Radio Data System - RDS - has been on-air in the US since the mid 1980’s. Good for what it does - identifying FM stations and providing call letters and basic program information. What if we could double or triple the data rate, allowing more text, graphics and even supporting return data via IP or SMS? iHeart Media Senior Operations Engineer, Alan Jurison, joins Chris Tobin and Kirk Harnack to find out about RDS2.