We rant about transitions in videogames, is it legal to hit your kids, the most surprising tech disappointments plus we answer your question: which life experience would you like enhanced by tech that doesn't yet exist?
Rediscovering the joy in videogames, is it legal for Elon Musk to send us to Mars, Virtual Reality hits mainstream and we answer your question: what is your useless superpower?
Mundane gaming moments that are actually awesome, Mind Your Language, Giz Explains the Kardashev Scale, plus we answer your question: what does Amazon offer that other video streaming services don't?
Plus: We talk to games industry veteran, art director Brian Horton about why we should care about the narrative in Call of Duty.
Why GG EZ needs to D.I.E, UVB-76 debunked, is it legal to charge money for psychic services, plus we answer your question: which Pokemon would you rather eat?
Host Rae Johnston is joined by Kotaku Australia's Amanda Yeo , Lifehacker Australia's Spandas Lui and Gizmodo Australia's Hayley Williams.
Videogames are too hard, what's the deal with USB-C, is it legal to be fired for having tattoos, plus we answer your question: should I buy the iPhone 7?
Plus we interview Ben Penrose, Art Director of Forza Horizon 3 about the challenges of setting the game in Australia.
Apple's courageous headphone jack removal, the PS4 Pro's Blu-ray player (or lack therof), is it legal to play retro game ROMs on emulators, plus we answer your question: Have you ever seen a ghost?
Plus we interview Vince Gilligan, Creator, Writer and Director of Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul, and he tells us what spin-off he'd like to make next.
Spontaneous human combustion, backseat gamers, is it legal to burn the Australian Flag, plus we answer your question: Will voice control lead to the end of the hands-on experience?
Also we interview Jonathan Banks, AKA Mike from Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul, who has lost his Emmy tickets.
In this best of season three compilation we chat about video game movies, foods from our childhood, gadgets that are listening to you and the intersection of gambling and gaming.
Plus we interview creators/directors Justin Lin (Star Trek), Roland Emmerich (Independence Day) and Ryan Griffen (Cleverman).
In the season 3 finale, we take a look back at the games, tech and ridiculous food trends that got us talking in 2016 - so far.
What videogame would you take to a deserted island, teeny tiny incremental improvements in tech, is it legal to eat cats and dogs plus Spooky Stories debunked with science.
Nintendo NX, nostalgia, would you eat 340 year old cheese, plus we answer your question: is Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson a viable world leader?
In this episode of Static, host Rae Johnston is joined by Lifehacker Australia's Chris Jager, Gizmodo Australia's Hayley Williams and Mark Serrels from Kotaku Australia.
Open world vs linear video games, how we consume music, all our favourite foods are dead, plus we answer your question" What are the best video games for kids?
When gambling meets gaming, app privacy, night owls vs early birds and we answer your question: what was the first comic you got into?
Mobile gaming, the gamification of fitness (basically we can't stop talking about Pokemon Go), gadgets that mean well, plus we answer your question: how long will it be before we don't use cash anymore? Plus we interview Star Trek: Beyond and Fast and the Furious director Justin Lim.
In this week's episode: Pokemon Go, Lies, book characters vs their movie and TV counterparts, plus we answer your question: what was the first smart (or dumb) phone you had?
The problem with Kickstarter for games, would you AirBnB your home?, the worst movie we have ever seen, plus we attempt to make tax interesting. Plus we chat with Ryan Griffen, creator of Australia's first Indigenous superhero TV show, Cleverman.
E3 highlights, the lifespan of tech, brand loyalty plus we answer your question: what will the real benefits of high speed internet be? Plus Edward Snowden talks national policy, privacy and protection for whistleblowers.
Video game movies, Facebook messenger, the ins and outs of jury duty plus we answer your question: should kids be learning to code in primary school?
Plus we interview iconic disaster movie director Roland Emmerich about Independence Day: Resurgence and what it takes to make a great disaster film.
In this episode of Static, host Rae Johnston is joined by Gizmodo Australia's Amanda Yeo, Lifehacker Australia's Spandas Lui and Hayley Williams from Kotaku Australia.
Video game review scores, gadgets that are listening to you, cheap date ideas and we answer your question: how do you make a podcast?
Plus we interview cosplayer Ardella about how dressing up in costumes can relate to your identity.
Tech pranks, can a relationship survive different video game preferences, annoying Facebook groups and we answer your question about cross-platform gaming.
Plus: We interview Bioscientist and Medicinal Cannabis Advocate Dr Stuart Washer.
It's Static's Greatest Hits! Our favorite segments from seasons one and two, we chat about That Dragon, Cancer, sourdough made from vaginal yeast, e-Sports in Australia and feelings about hoverboards.
Also, we find out: is it legal to sunbathe naked, be fired for being overweight or smash a car window to save a pet in an overheating car?
Plus - we chat to prominent string theorist Professor Brian Greene.
In this episode of Static, host Rae Johnston is joined by Kotaku Australia's Mark Serrels and Alex Walker, Lifehacker Australia's Chris Jager and Spandas Lui, Campbell Simpson and Hayley Williams from Gizmodo Australia and Early morning Editor Amanda Yeo.
Games for good, letting the internet decide things for you, and we answer your question: are smartwatches worth it?
Finding the motivation to get healthy, the good the bad and the illegal of 3D printing, is it legal to give your child a stupid name and we answer your question: at what age should you introduce your kids to video games?
The best Easer Eggs in video games, ridiculous gadgets for the home, a handy lifehack for cosplayers and we answer your question: when will Indies take over the gaming world?