Latest Episodes

Jelly and Bean 43: It Looks Like a Clown Smurfed

21 September 2013 • 59 minutes, 2 seconds

It looks like everyone wants to get in on the logo redesigns, as Bing announces their new look; Steam borrows the dead-in-the-water Xbox feature, Family Sharing; a quiet update to Apple’s App Store allows users to download older versions of Apps that are compatible with their iOS version; Riddick hits Australian cinemas and Jelly’s hoping it’s good, or at least better than Chronicles of Riddick; Roland Emmerich announces his plans to reboot Stargate; and Warner Brothers and J.K. Rowling announce a spinoff to the Harry Potter franchise, based on a textbook from within the series’ universe.

Silver Screen Queens 19: Predator

19 September 2013 • 32 minutes, 24 seconds

It’s time for some classic Arnold Schwarzenegger in Silver Screen Queens-land this week, with the oft-quoted Predator. Ahnuld and his enormous biceps lead an intrepid team of commandos through the central American jungle, where they soon discover that their enemy is not guerrilla fighters but something far more dangerous.

Mobile Couch 17: Infinitely Slow Acid Man

17 September 2013 • 55 minutes, 12 seconds

More Xamarin talk, as the boys discuss its cross-platform benefits, the impressive IDE, and how it compares to native cross-platform development; Jake requests help with a problem he”s having with collection views in Xamarin; staying healthy when you spend so much time hunched over a keyboard, while also improving your workflow; and what the best practice is for caching downloaded data.

Jelly and Bean 42: Coding in His Underwear

14 September 2013 • 54 minutes, 25 seconds

The BBC reveals some details about the upcoming Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special; Ellen Page expresses interest in doing a Kitty Pryde solo movie; Sony announces the Vita TV microconsole; and Apple announces two new iPhones, the 5c and the 5s, surprising no one.

Silver Screen Queens 18: Rear Window

12 September 2013 • 27 minutes, 51 seconds

Mel and Katie caught a rare big screen showing of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1954 classic (and Mel’s all-time favourite movie) on the weekend. They talk about why it’s considered a classic and gain a real appreciation of the talent and work that went into being Grace Kelly.

Jelly and Bean 41: Wormhole Allergies

7 September 2013 • 59 minutes, 17 seconds

Jelly’s thoughts on Jobs; Marvel announces that James Spader will be playing Ultron in Avengers: Age of Ultron; the Coalition announces it’s plans to filter the internet if it wins the election this Saturday; Microsoft buys the Nokia devices and services division; and as Apple’s announcement of the next iPhone looms, what are we likely to see announced?

Silver Screen Queens 17: Stoker

5 September 2013 • 33 minutes, 1 second

After India Stoker’s father dies on her 18th birthday, a mysterious uncle, Charlie, appears in her life. As India and her mother learn to cope with one another and their grief, the family’s dark secrets come to the surface.

Mobile Couch 16: Romeo Was a Drunk

3 September 2013 • 58 minutes, 16 seconds

With his interest officially piqued, Jake is looking into Xamarin, and so the boys discuss making apps in alternative languages and the pros and cons attached to that. Afterwards, they share their origin stories, including Jake’s desire to be an actor, Jelly’s short-lived stint in theatre, Ben’s dream of being a pilot, and why freelance work is so dang addictive. Finally, they discuss the shortcomings of UICollectionView and what the best way of containing “hack” code is.

Jelly and Bean 40: Kirk Didn’t Really Seem That Smart

31 August 2013 • 1 hour, 9 minutes

Gordon McAlpin - creator of the webcomic Multiplex - fills in for Bean this week to discuss tech and movies: Xbox drops an update to convert Microsoft points to standard currency; Steve Balmer “retires” as CEO of Microsoft; Kickstarter announces that it’s launching in Australia and New Zealand in the not too distant future; Ben Affleck gets cast as Batman in the upcoming Batman/Superman flick, but is that really going to be the biggest issue with that movie?; and we take a look at Jobs the biopic of Steve Jobs’ life that doesn’t necessarily live up to real life.