7/3/15 – Hoverboard | Geeks and Beats

By on July 3, 2015

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The hoverboard is here! And 4 months before Marty McFly gets his. We’ll look at the technology behind the Lexus deck. Apple Music is here — we’ll look at the streaming service and how the evolution of music resembles the software industry. Who’s going to play the Super Bowl half time show? Britney versus Taylor Swift is more like the Pepsi Taste Bud Challenge than you think. Plus — the winner of the RHA in-ear headphones, and why percussive flatulence can lead to a $500 fine.

Feeling rested? How can you not given that June 30, 2015, had a leap second added to it? Now our clocks have been readjusted to the stupid Earth which insists on having its rotation dragged down by the stupid Moon. Oddly, the leap second didn’t come up on this week’s show. We must have run out of time. Ironic, that.

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