|This episode of the TR Podcast is sponsored by Cooler Master promoting the new, fully backlit, QuickFire Rapid-i.
This mechanical keyboard is equipped with an ARM 32-bit processor that enables responsive illumination, trailing effects, and individual key lighting profiles. The tenkeyless ergonomic profile allows for use in compact spaces and for more natural mouse placement. Now available in Cherry MX Brown and Blue Switches.
Jordan is back. Thank God in Heaven.
Oh, we also talk about stuff, like the difference between Geoff's and Cyril's voices, how the TR BBQ went, and whether or not we're looking forward to Guardians of the Galaxy (hint: Jordan is). Moving on, the panel discusses the possibility of larger iPhones, changes to the Steam controller, and the exciting new Nvidia Shield Tablet.
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Geoff or Cyril? - from Milo:
"I've been listening to the podcast for over two years, but I still can't tell the difference between Geoff and Cyril. Sometimes Jordan asks you to identify yourselves, and then each of you quickly mumbles "here" and you move on.
Could each of you say your full name, what topics you cover on the Tech Report, what your hobbies are, whether or not you're the fitness nut we keep hearing about, and what it is like working for that slave-driver Scott? I think a name-badge and several sentences of speech immediately following would really clear things up."
TR BBQ XI: We're getting the hang of this - Read more
Apple Preparing Between 70 and 80 Million 4.7 and 5.5-Inch iPhone 6 Units to Meet High Consumer Demand - Read more
The gang talks Guardians of the Galaxy - Read more
Steam controller gets an analog stick - Read more
Nvidia Shield Tablet is packed with ports, possibilities - Read more
That's all, folks! We'll see you on the next episode.
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