Schedule

Schedule

Saturday, May 23

1432404000 The Tech Guy

Sunday, May 24

1432490400 The Tech Guy
1432504800 This Week in Tech

Monday, May 25

1432573200 Tech News Today
1432576800 Triangulation
1432582200 iOS Today
1432589400 Coding 101
1432594800 Tech News 2Night

Tuesday, May 26

1432659600 Tech News Today
1432663200 MacBreak Weekly
1432672200 Security Now
1432681200 Tech News 2Night
1432684800 All About Android

Wednesday, May 27

1432740600 FLOSS Weekly
1432746000 Tech News Today
1432749600 Windows Weekly
1432756800 This Week in Google
1432767600 Tech News 2Night
1432769400 Android App Arena
1432774800 Ham Nation

Thursday, May 28

1432832400 Tech News Today
1432836000 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

Most Recent Episodes

Before You Buy

Myriam Joire reviews the HP Spectre x360 laptop.

This Week in Enterprise Tech

Your SSDs are DOOMED!

Tech News 2Night

Selena Larsen joins us to discuss accessibility, iOS9, and WWDC rumors.

This Week in Law

A California appeals court lifts ban on the "Innocence of Muslims" video on YouTube.

Tech News Today

Apple Round-up, Google Scrambles, and Russia threatens.

Tech News 2Night

Jill Duffy gives us tech tips for booking travel

Home Theater Geeks

HDR, High Frame Rate, virtual reality, and more.

This Week in Computer Hardware

Robert Heron guest hosts

Know How...

Padre gets hit by a packet storm.

Tech News Today

We dive deep into the subject of online trolls.

this WEEK in TECH 20

Episode 20 Ships

August 29 2005
  • New LCD displays with LED backlights
  • Old-style LCDs take half an hour to reach optimal color, CRTs can take hours
  • LED pocket projectors
  • TWiT pocket protectors
  • Intel strives for VIIV
  • Shorter pipelines, lower power consumption, but will it be fast?
  • Multi-threading does not benefit games
  • L2 cache is key
  • Felony charges are dropped for the Kutztown 13
  • VoIP providers get an extension on 911
  • Otis hacking
  • Life hacking with lifehacker.com and 43Folders.com
  • Google talk is no big whoop - but it does sound good for voice
  • Voice stuff is by Global IP Sound - not Google
  • Jabber support is a good thing, though
  • Getting studio quality over the Internet cloud
  • Early drinking experiences
  • NY AG Eliot Spitzer wins judgement against AOL for making it hard to cancel
  • Bank account drainers
  • Tivo makes its first quarterly profit
  • Leo's looking for BitTorrent-based media center
  • We're Family Guy fans but what's the deal with the podcast
  • The not-so-mighty mouse
  • Real geeks covet the Logitech G5 Laser Mouse
  • Pinewood Derby hacking
  • Patrick reviews the Vista Beta
  • Finally decent security in Windows
  • But automatic P2P connections don't seem like a good idea
  • Zeroconf, on the other hand, works
  • Steve's 2 TTL security hack
  • A Microsoft worker brings a virus to Redmond. Measles.
  • Halo - the movie
  • The best and worst geek movies of all time