Schedule

Schedule

Thursday, May 28

1432830600 TWiT Live Specials
1432839600 Know How...
1432846800 Home Theater Geeks
1432854000 Tech News 2Night

Friday, May 29

1432918800 Tech News Today
1432922400 This Week in Law
1432933200 Before You Buy
1432940400 Tech News 2Night

Saturday, May 30

1433008800 The Tech Guy

Sunday, May 31

1433095200 The Tech Guy
1433109600 This Week in Tech

Monday, June 1

1433178000 Tech News Today
1433181600 Triangulation
1433187000 iOS Today
1433194200 Coding 101
1433199600 Tech News 2Night

Tuesday, June 2

1433264400 Tech News Today
1433268000 MacBreak Weekly
1433277000 Security Now
1433286000 Tech News 2Night
1433289600 All About Android

Wednesday, June 3

1433345400 FLOSS Weekly
1433350800 Tech News Today
1433354400 Windows Weekly
1433361600 This Week in Google
1433372400 Tech News 2Night
1433374200 Android App Arena
1433379600 Ham Nation

Thursday, June 4

1433437200 Tech News Today
1433440800 Know How...
1433451600 Home Theater Geeks
1433458800 Tech News 2Night

Friday, June 5

1433523600 Tech News Today
1433527200 This Week in Law
1433538000 Before You Buy
1433545200 Tech News 2Night

Saturday, June 6

1433613600 The Tech Guy

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Tech News Today

Oculus Rift might set you back $1500.

Ham Nation

Bob Heil visits the ultimate builder.

Android App Arena

GTasks, Wunderlist, Any.do, Layout.

This Week in Google

Google Tracker (I/O edition), Android M, Chromecast 2, and lots more.

iFive for the iPhone

Is the Apple Watch vulnerable to theft?

Windows Weekly

Cortana on iOS and Android, and Salesforce turns down $55 billion from MS.

Tech News 2Night

NPR's Elise Hu joins us to talk about Japan's Start-up scene.

FLOSS Weekly
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Andrew Dixon, Gert Franz, and Lucee: a dynamic scripting language for the JVM.

Tech News Today

iPhones crash and reboot when a specific string of text is received.

All About Android

Google IO predictions, Periscope for Android, and a a packed round table session.

this WEEK in TECH 19

Episode 19 is In the Can

August 22 2005
  • Fighting blog spam with Typekey on Movable Type and captcha on Blogger
  • Hunter S. Thompson's funeral - they blow up his ashes
  • Dvorak reminisces
  • Is Microsoft at fault for the Zotob virus?
  • Monad is removed from Vista
  • PCMag's video review of the Vista Beta is next week
  • Would 12,000 people riot for a $50 four-year-old Dell?
  • Watch the video
  • John explained it all last week in Marketwatch
  • Steve and I plan to try using Lulu to offer CDs of the Security Now podcast
  • Mom was right: looking at porn (or violence) makes you blind
  • Linus is trademarking Linux
  • Dvorak reminisces about GNU founder Richard Stallman
  • We owe him for free software and the GPL - thank you Richard, I promise never to make you sing again
  • Google sells another $4 billion in shares
  • Dvorak loves Jim Cramer's Mad Money
  • Who's going to unseat Google? Teoma? Clusty? All the Web?
  • What do they spend the money on? Google's free Wi-Fi network? IM?
  • Why is Yahoo spending a billion on a Chinese venture?
  • Steve says Google engineers say Yahoo works better
  • Part of Google's success is aesthitic - we love the clean white page
  • Kevin likes the new MSN Home Page - using Ajax
  • Dvorak.org/home.htm is Dvorak's home page
  • Now that we've reached widespread broadband access who needs text only pages
  • The FCC's broadband definition is bogus
  • Where is the fast DSL the telcos promised us?
  • Is Cisco holding out on us with 100 mbit DSL?
  • Norton's patching bad copper with a visegrip
  • Verizon's FIOS is all for show
  • Come to our first live show at the SF Apple Store, 9/4 at 4p - come for the TWiT pocket protector
  • Kevin wants something cooler. Like a coin purse.
  • We extend an invitation to Martin Sargent
  • Shilo from Zanesville, OH is looking for free music for his podcast.
  • Try opsound.org. Creativecommons.org.
  • Jeffrey from the Netherlands asks about the future of user interfaces
  • Dvorak says it's like the automobile, now that we know how to use computers they're not going to change
  • Leo says Jef Raskin's Archy is very cool
  • How about voice recognition? It's not going to happen says Dvorak
  • Scansoft owns Dragon Dictate and ViaVoice.
  • Kevin from ivroots.com asks about IPTV
  • Dvorak's got a newsletter about it IPTVDaily.com
  • Patrick is doing a weekly IPTV show with Ziff-Davis
  • IPTV is already in place around the world in countries that don't have cable
  • Sweden's got it
  • MythTV and Akimbo are attempting to make IPTV more friendly
  • Dvorak offers to sell TWiT to Infinity Radio for $5 million
  • Andy in Phoenix asks whether John gets spam. Andy, John gets NO spam.
  • Lucky Phil in Sydney needs a BitTorrent client that doesn't set off alarms with his ISP. Any suggestions?
  • Kariand Les of the The Signal podcast love the Firefly theme song. We still hate it.
  • Randall from Charlestown, WV says his federal job won't allow USB devices. Is there an MP3 player that doesn't use USB? Hmmm.
  • Leo promises to annnounce the winners in our name contest next Sunday. Finally.
  • Dvorak wants to give away his old cables at the live shows.
  • All geeks have a cable drawer.
  • Puffy wonders about Internet security suits. We say build your own from free software like: AVG Anti-virus or Antivir, Microsoft's anti-spyware, Spybot, and Adaware.