Latest Episodes

Mobile Couch 14: Thinking of Retiring, Thank You

6 August 2013 • 1 hour, 7 minutes

We answer questions about the best way to learn OpenGL, and what would we want to be working on if we worked Apple; we follow up on the status of our own recent App submissions and discuss the appeal system; and we discuss some of the differences between developing for Android and iOS.

Jelly and Bean 36: Well Known for Moustache and Manliness

3 August 2013 • 1 hour, 2 minutes

Grand Theft Auto V makes it through the Australian classification board with an R18+ rating; the Australian government releases 10 recommendations from the Australian Tax inquiry; we look as some of the new TV shows coming in the next few months: Axe Cop, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, Almost Human and Intelligence; and The Wolverine hits Australian cinemas.

Silver Screen Queens 12: The Wolverine

1 August 2013 • 32 minutes, 39 seconds

After the showdown of X-Men: The Last Stand (A.K.A X-Men 3), Wolverine is all messed up about Jean Grey and stuff. It’s emotional you guys, so when a man he saved in Nagasaki during World War II invites him to Japan to say goodbye, he’s happy for the distraction provided by a wealthy family mob war and a viperous mutant villain. With an awesome lady sidekick and an insipid heiress by his side, Logan fights his demons living, dead and something in between.

Jelly and Bean 35: The Internet Loves Hawkeye

27 July 2013 • 56 minutes, 57 seconds

San Diego Comic Con is over for another year and it seems that the new thing is for celebrities to cosplay so they can roam the exhibition floor; Marvel confirms what we know about Guardians of the Galaxy; Warner Bros announces the sequel to Man of Steel, which is going to feature Batman, but not as we’ve seen him before; new details are announced about Avengers 2, including the title, Avengers: Age of Ultron; X-Men: Days of Future Past comes out mid-2014; and Disney shows of Aireal, a really cool new haptic feedback technology.

Silver Screen Queens 11: The Fountain

25 July 2013 • 34 minutes, 41 seconds

Darren Aronofsky spent more than five years trying to get this film made, a personal meditation on life, death, nature and religion. It stars Hugh Jackman and Rachel Weisz playing multiple characters in three different timelines. So is it a work of art or pretentious prettiness?

Mobile Couch 13: Danger is His Middle Name

23 July 2013 • 54 minutes, 30 seconds

Dealing with rejection and the app review process in general; how the review process works, review times, tricks for managing timing your app’s release and the difference between personal and enterprise developer accounts; and Ben gives an introduction to making mobile games by discussing some of the game engines that exist out there and reasons why you would choose one over the other.

Jelly and Bean 34: Oh, My Viber’s Going Off

20 July 2013 • 55 minutes, 2 seconds

Microsoft confuses everyone by backtracking on Xbox policies… again; Dreamworks releases the teaser trailer for How to Train Your Dragon 2; Pacific Rim, Guillermo del Toro’s big budget sci-fi flick, hits Australian cinemas; one of the co-founders of Pirate Bay teams up to start Heml.is, a truly secure messaging app for iPhone and Android; and the boys present some tips to help you make the best of your convention experience, just in time for San Diego Comic Con!

Silver Screen Queens 10: Pacific Rim

18 July 2013 • 34 minutes, 58 seconds

Giant alien creatures emerge from a rift in the floor of the Pacific Ocean and overwhelm humans living in surrounding countries. Humans fight back by inventing giant robots so powerful they need to be operated by at least two people. As the alien attacks intensify, humanity must marshall their resources to cancel the apocalypse.

Jelly and Bean 33: Man Love

13 July 2013 • 56 minutes, 10 seconds

We get “confirmations” on who the villains that Benecio del Toro, Lee Pace and Karen Gillan are playing in Guardians of the Galaxy; Entertainment Weekly reveals what the villain Electro is going to look like in Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Andrew Garfield talks about his dream casting of the MJ character; a recent Russian rocket launch goes awry thanks to an upside-down part; and Google decides to shut down more services in favour of Google+.

Silver Screen Queens 9: Lara Croft Tomb Raider Series

11 July 2013 • 37 minutes, 50 seconds

Katie and Mel lead such exciting lives that they spent their Saturday night watching the Tomb Raider movies. To their own surprise as much as anything, they found them to be good fun action movies that don’t take themselves too seriously. Here’s the story of how Mel and Katie became Angelina Jolie fans…