Schedule

Schedule

Sunday, April 26

1430071200 The Tech Guy
1430085600 This Week in Tech

Monday, April 27

1430154000 Tech News Today
1430157600 Triangulation
1430163000 iPad Today
1430170200 Coding 101
1430175600 Tech News 2Night

Tuesday, April 28

1430240400 Tech News Today
1430244000 MacBreak Weekly
1430253000 Security Now
1430262000 Tech News 2Night
1430265600 All About Android

Wednesday, April 29

1430321400 FLOSS Weekly
1430326800 Tech News Today
1430330400 Windows Weekly
1430337600 This Week in Google
1430348400 Tech News 2Night
1430350200 Android App Arena
1430355600 Ham Nation

Thursday, April 30

1430413200 Tech News Today
1430416800 Know How...
1430422200 Marketing Mavericks
1430427600 Home Theater Geeks
1430434800 Tech News 2Night
1430436600 The Giz Wiz

Friday, May 1

1430499600 Tech News Today
1430503200 This Week in Law
1430514000 Before You Buy
1430521200 Tech News 2Night

Saturday, May 2

1430589600 The Tech Guy

Sunday, May 3

1430676000 The Tech Guy
1430690400 This Week in Tech

Monday, May 4

1430758800 Tech News Today
1430762400 Triangulation
1430767800 iPad Today
1430775000 Coding 101
1430780400 Tech News 2Night

Tuesday, May 5

1430845200 Tech News Today
1430848800 MacBreak Weekly
1430857800 Security Now
1430866800 Tech News 2Night
1430870400 All About Android

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The Tech Guy
The Tech Guy 1181 April 25th, 2015

Leo Laporte's first impressions of the Apple Watch.

Tech News 2Night

Quick tips for feeling better about your facebook usage.

Before You Buy

Leo Laporte unboxes the Apple Watch.

This Week in Enterprise Tech

Facebook vs. Spammers and Twitter vs. Trolls.

This Week in Law

Katy Perry's attempt to trademark the design of "Left Shark" is rejected.

Tech News Today

We'll show you how waterproof the Apple Watch really is...

This Week in Computer Hardware

Google Fi, Intel Compute Stick, and more.

The Giz Wiz

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Home Theater Geeks

Pete Putman and display interfaces.

Tech News 2Night

One geek artist prefers Samsung to Apple

this WEEK in TECH 15

Episode 15 is Done!

July 26 2005
  • The Tom Leykis Show
  • Dvorak uses Gizmo on today's episode
  • Rock Star says it will lose $50 million thanks to the AO rating for GTA: San Adreas
  • Windows Longhorn is now Vista
  • Microsoft is trying to patent the smiley face
  • Microsoft's profits were up 37% this quarter but Google is up 400%
  • Dvorak's target price for Google shares: $500
  • Is Google the next big threat to your privacy?
  • Could Microsoft open a patent war by suing Apple over OS patent infringement?
  • Microsoft and Wells Fargo offer "protection".
  • Windows 98 is safer because it's old.
  • Script kiddies attack what they own.
  • Bill Gates says Windows is more secure because it's hacked more often.
  • Motorola is expected to ship an iTunes phone on Monday.
  • Maybe all-in-one devices aren't the best way to go.
  • Dvorak carries a camera and that's it. No Scott E-Vest for him.
  • He doesn't have an answering machine either.
  • Leo uses Mailroute to fight spam.
  • AnalogX's anti-spam technique and BitTorrent client.
  • The Bayesian Bandwagon.
  • Our new slogan.
  • Cody from Tisdale, Canada asks about the new Windows Vista.
  • Brian from Austin, Texas, asks for our anti-spyware recommendations.
  • Dvorak uses Prevx.
  • Tyler, Sean, and Paul put Los Osos on the map and ask about Patricks POC.
  • Leo whines.
  • Caleb from Merced, CA is asking about creating RSS feeds.
  • Leo recommends Feeder.
  • But he's reading Paypal Hacks.
  • David from London, Ontario asks for disk imaging programs.
  • Steve's favorite Windows disk imaging program is DriveSnapShot - 39 Euros.
  • Leo likes Acronis TrueImage, too.
  • Roger tells an apparently pointless anecdote about ComicCon.
  • Steve's favorite video editor for Windows is Pinnacle Studio 7 but stay away from later versions.
  • Leo and Roger prefer Adobe Premiere Elements.
  • Steve exercises his rights under the Home Recording Act.
  • Justin from Houston, Texas asks about wireless sermon broadcasts.
  • Kevin pops in with his tale of woe.
  • Karl from Stockholm asks if it's ok to buy an iBook, or should he wait for the Intel models.
  • Jason from West Palm Beach: why aren't there any USB Pre-N adapters.
  • A school in Virginia is selling 1000 iBooks for $50 each - but you have to show up.
  • NewEgg is having a LAN Party on July 30-31 in Pasadena, CA. LANFest2K5 will feature over 500 combatants, a case-mod demo, and more. Call 562-271-4106 x3389 for info.
  • Steve is a FreeBSD guy.
  • Opera founder and CEO Jon van Tetzner joins us to talk about Opera 8, the future of Opera on cell phones and the PSP, and Microsoft's anti-competitive practices.