004: Galaxy S7 features, Facebook changes, Netflix

GalaxyS7The hottest show on iTunes is sweeping the nation! Because…that’s how we have to support ourselves, we’re janitors.

Rob and Eddie begin the show by discussing the recent changes to Facebook. The geniuses at the social networking giant have enabled a feature which allows its users to not only like statuses, but to emoji-them. This is good for the most part, in our opinion, because things can get awkward when friends and family members post on Facebook about tragic life events and we previously had no choice but to like those posts as a show of support. Sorry for liking your grandpa just died post, Susan.

As the world’s best tech podcast continues, the guys discuss the latest confirmed features the Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone has over the retarded iPhone 6S.

  • High-resolution AMOLED displays 
    • Great for porn
  • Double the RAM
    • Great for porn
  • Water and Dust resistance
    • Great for porn
  • Better camera aperture
    • Great for making porn
  • Faster wireless charging
    • Great for porn

The guys also get into a new feature on Google Docs which will allow users to dictate documents, the words’ first 3D printed vertebra, and more. They also play music by the very talented Famous Hollywood Bay.

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003: Apple Music, Amazon Prime, classic Windows games

Amazon_Prime_Music_logoRob and Eddie start the show off by explaining the lack of episodes as of recent. It seems that the SarcasTechCast was so popular after its first two episodes that the irreverent hosts received numerous death threats. That’s what happens when something is successful, death threats. And lots of them. Rob also admits that a cocaine may have been the real reason as cocaine abuse is rampant in the IT world.

Lots of news in the world of streaming music. The guys share the latest trends and user base stats of Apple Music, Amazon Music, and the pathetic Tidal Music. If you like Kanye West, you probably use Tidal music. We’re not particularly interested in associating with individuals who claim to be fans of Kanye West. Not because we don’t like his music, but because we’re generally mean spirited and cold at heart assholes.

Anywho, as the podcast goes on, the guys address some listener questions, tell you how to play classic Windows games, how to really use iPads, and lots more. Be sure to subscribe on iTunes, give us a rating, and tell your “friends” about this dumb shit.



002: Chromecast, hover boards, smart appliances

The second episode of the most offensive show in tech show kicks off with Chromecast talk! The Chromecast is soon going to be “easier” to use as Google is rumoured to soon update its popular Chrome browser. The update will allow the Chrome browser to automatically cast content to your Chromecast without needing a plugin. Yep, the Chroemcast just got a little easier for most of us, but more confusing for old people (Rob’s grandma doesn’t even understand WiFi…what a moron).

Robots will soon be cleaning our homes! And we’re not talking about Roombas, we’re talking about full-fledged Johnny 5 lookin’ bastards. Rob and Eddie are both a little sketched out over the idea of robots cleaning our homes. What if you come home and your housecleaning robot skinned your cat? Well, this technology is quickly approaching and is soon going to be very common. Get ready to replace little snuggles.

As a small tech podcast, SarcasTechCast has to keep an eye on the big guys. The Tech Guy, Leo Laporte, is arguably the biggest and best in tech podcasting, so SarcasTechCast has no choice but to see what he’s up to. Audio of Leo Laporte insulting one of his call screeners is uncovered by SarcasTech researchers. Find out how much of an ass Laporte sounds like as he loudly eats chips and attacks one of his (probably) underpaid employees.

Also discussed on this episode: Family Matters, Here Earbuds at Coachella, self-driving cars and more.


001: Oculus Rift, iPhone 7, Back to the Future

Our first episode! As we open, Rob delivers a hilarious monologue about why the McFly family from Back to the Future are worthless pieces of crap and don’t deserve to be saved. Speaking of which, did we see one smart phone in Back to the Future II? We did not, but in real-life 2015, we’re getting “excited” about dropping loads of cash on the new iPhone 7.

iPhone 7 Rumors

  • No Headphone Jack (one port)
  • 3D Technology
  • Thinner
  • Faster
  • Stronger
  • Sexier
  • Waterproof
  • Bigger touchable screen area


As the episode drones on, Eddie and Rob then dive into wireless charging technology and why it’s not quite ready for prime-time. Rob’s idiot friend has a stupid phone that charges wirelessly, but the phone has to touch the charging station. What’s the freaking point? Might as well plug the damn thing into the stupid wall.

The Oculus Rift is the hottest thing on the market, mostly because of its adult video potential. The guys discuss the latest on the virtual reality gadget and where the technology is taking us (into our bedrooms with the door closed). But is all the hype really worth it?

Finally, the bitter SarcasTechCast hosts discuss other popular podcasts and why they don’t like them.

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