Schedule

Schedule

Sunday, November 23

1416769200 The Tech Guy
1416783600 This Week in Tech

Monday, November 24

1416852000 Tech News Today
1416855600 Triangulation
1416861000 iPad Today
1416873600 Tech News 2Night

Tuesday, November 25

1416938400 Tech News Today
1416942000 MacBreak Weekly
1416949200 Security Now
1416956400 Before You Buy
1416960000 Tech News 2Night
1416963600 All About Android
1416972600 Padre's Corner

Wednesday, November 26

1417019400 FLOSS Weekly
1417024800 Tech News Today
1417028400 Windows Weekly
1417035600 This Week in Google
1417046400 Tech News 2Night
1417048200 Android App Arena
1417053600 Ham Nation

Thursday, November 27

1417111200 Tech News Today
1417114800 Know How...
1417118400 Marketing Mavericks
1417123800 Coding 101
1417127400 Home Theater Geeks
1417132800 Tech News 2Night
1417134600 The Giz Wiz

Friday, November 28

1417197600 Tech News Today
1417201200 This Week in Law
1417219200 Tech News 2Night

Saturday, November 29

1417287600 The Tech Guy

Sunday, November 30

1417374000 The Tech Guy
1417388400 This Week in Tech

Monday, December 1

1417456800 Tech News Today
1417460400 Triangulation
1417465800 iPad Today
1417478400 Tech News 2Night

Tuesday, December 2

1417543200 Tech News Today
1417546800 MacBreak Weekly
1417554000 Security Now
1417561200 Before You Buy
1417564800 Tech News 2Night

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Tech News Today

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The Giz Wiz

3D fruit printer, Mous Musicase, Nomiku sous vide, and more!

This Week in Computer Hardware

Dell's 60Hz IPS Monitors, Gorilla Glass 4, and Windows 10.

Coding 101

The holiday pricer.

Tech News 2Night

Google's Tool to Remove Ads

Home Theater Geeks

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Marketing Mavericks

LinkedIn, HR resumes, Social Footprint

Know How...

Network of pollution, viewer questions, and Quadcopters

this WEEK in TECH 17

Episode 17 is Here

August 7 2005
  • FCC says Bells can close their networks to other ISPs
  • "Sell outs!" cries Dvorak
  • Are they or aren't they? Is Apple using TPM the technology formerly known as Palladium.
  • Dvorak says it's a dead end - Apple should sell the OS separately anyway
  • Will the Treo 670 run PocketPC not Palm?
  • Steve is keeping six Tungstens in deep freeze in case Palm discontinues them
  • In search of the perfect keyboard - the key is the Alps switch as found in the Avant Stellar and Matias Tactile Pro.
  • Apple's $50 Mighty Mouse is hard to get, but probably not worth the trouble.
  • What's dumber than the OQO?
  • Paul Allen's OQO clone the Flipstart.
  • What's Palm Founder Jeff Hawkins up to next? Voice recognition?
  • Kathi from Germany asks how soon is Microsoft going to die?
  • Michael from Las Vegas wants to get audio files working on SuSE Linux. Get the OSS drivers and use XMMS.
  • We won the People's Choice Podcast Awards. We accept at the Podcast Expo, November 11 in Ontario, California. Thanks for your votes!
  • Jay aka TwitCommander from Boston asks about the Pogo Radio Your Way
  • Just buy a Radio Shark from Griffin
  • Brian from Hoboken, NJ asks about Ruby on Rails. Odeo is in ROR.
  • PHP is not dead yet. Look for a PHP net framework from Silver Orange
  • Jay from San Francisco on how to safely create an open Wi-Fi access point for the Pragers of the world
  • OpenWRT is one way but check your ISPs License agreement
  • Brian in Pittsburg asks about x86 open source ports and Apple.
  • David in Houston Texas is looking for a combo DV cam and digital still camera.
  • Dvorak recommends the Samsung DuoCam
  • Too bad about Foveon.
  • Check out the new JVC Everio line - 5 megapixels and 3CCDs
  • Amy from Australia asks about cracking Audible's DRM. Kevin says he has, but he can't remember how - good thing because Patrick is worried about getting sued. Jhymn won't work.
  • Thanks to Andrew Leyden for the link to the map of podcasts.
  • The Sony Libre is the only epaper solution on sale right now.
  • Leo's been listening to David McCollough's 1776 on Audible...
  • ...and reading Steven Baxter's Evolution and Coalescent.
  • Dvorak loves the Firefly DVD - wait 'til Serenity!
  • Steve Gibson compressed the entire set into 2GB using DiVX and the PocketPC Player
  • The Toronto Meetup featuring Leo, Kevin, Amber, Andy and Alex Albrecht is August 11, 7:30pm at No Regrets in Libertyville.
  • And we're going to start taping TWiT in front of a live audience at Noonan's Bar and Restaurant in Larksput Landing, California, starting September 18 at 4p.
  • Mark Mark Mark hates the echo in Episode 15
  • And that's one of the reasons we're going to a live taping
  • Chris from Sherman Oaks asks what are the downsides to buying an iBook?
  • They're not so good for gaming.
  • Leo plays World of Warcraft on his Powerbook
  • Robert is waiting for Age of Empires III
  • Rick from Redmond, WA asks for wireless router brand recommendations
  • No to Linksys (despite the new security button)
  • We all agree that the Belkin Pre-N is the way to go
  • Any Airgo based Pre-N should do you well, low latency, extreme distance, and 100Mbps throughput
  • Belkin has an easy setup routine - the best Dvorak's ever seen
  • Kevin likes the Netgear routers
  • Michael is looking for a good cell phone
  • Verizon hasn't enabled music on the LG 8100 yet.
  • PIM cell phone hacking software
  • Leo likes his Sidekick II
  • Steve and John like the Motorola Razr
  • Mike with the NYPD is looking for a program that does partial word searches in Word documents
  • We like X1, but you might try Yahoo's Desktop Search - it's the same software.
  • Dvorak was having problems with Blinx
  • We hate Plaxo.
  • Jefferson from Curacao (aka Ghetto Cash) wants to know if the Dell Ultrasharp can be used for TV and PC.
  • Kevin loves the Dell LCDs and Kevin and John love MythTV for video recording.
  • Robert is a Snapstream guy.