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Schedule

Schedule

Thursday, August 21

1408640400 Tech News Today
1408644000 Know How...
1408647600 The Social Hour
1408653000 Coding 101
1408656600 Home Theater Geeks
1408662000 Tech News 2Night
1408663800 The Giz Wiz
1408672800 OMGcraft

Friday, August 22

1408726800 Tech News Today
1408730400 This Week in Law
1408737600 Android App Arena
1408748400 Tech News 2Night

Saturday, August 23

1408816800 The Tech Guy

Sunday, August 24

1408903200 The Tech Guy
1408917600 This Week in Tech

Monday, August 25

1408986000 Tech News Today
1408989600 Triangulation
1408995000 iPad Today
1409007600 Tech News 2Night
1409009400 Marketing Mavericks

Tuesday, August 26

1409072400 Tech News Today
1409076000 MacBreak Weekly
1409083200 Security Now
1409090400 Before You Buy
1409094000 Tech News 2Night
1409097600 All About Android
1409106600 Padre's Corner

Wednesday, August 27

1409153400 FLOSS Weekly
1409158800 Tech News Today
1409162400 Windows Weekly
1409169600 This Week in Google
1409180400 Tech News 2Night
1409182200 redditUP
1409187600 Ham Nation

Thursday, August 28

1409245200 Tech News Today
1409248800 Know How...
1409252400 The Social Hour
1409257800 Coding 101
1409261400 Home Theater Geeks
1409266800 Tech News 2Night
1409268600 The Giz Wiz
1409277600 OMGcraft

Friday, August 29

1409331600 Tech News Today
1409335200 This Week in Law
1409342400 Android App Arena
1409353200 Tech News 2Night

Saturday, August 30

1409421600 The Tech Guy

Most Recent Episodes

This Week in Google

How do you solve the problem of internet trolls?

Tech News 2Night

Vine lets you import video.

Windows Weekly

HTC One Windows Phone and Windows 9 Release Preview

FLOSS Weekly
Episode #305: Crate Data August 20th, 2014

Crate Data is a distributed SQL data store that runs on one machine or a cluster of machines.

Tech News Today

The data theft of some 4.5 million patients of Community Health Systems is thanks to Heartbleed.

Padre's Corner

Solar Cooking Birds and Brian Chee

Before You Buy

Lenovo Chromebook review.

All About Android

How do parents have complete control over their kid's Android phones?

Security Now

Delaware legislation gives heirs access to a deceased member's digital assets.

Tech News 2Night

Apple stock at an an all-time high.

this WEEK in TECH 22

TWiT 22 Is On The Air

September 11 2005
  • Apple announces the ROKR iTunes phone and it's been hacked already
  • What radio talk show hosts really do during their shows
  • When will we see a video iPod - Apple's had one for years
  • And what will you put on it?
  • But why would you put one out while the current iPods are selling
  • Leo says the Nano is the product of the year
  • Alex says EVDO on Verizon will be very cool
  • Thanks Apple for plugging us on the Nano features page (click the podcast link)
  • Windows Vista will ship in seven different versions
  • No patches from Microsoft this Tuesday - does that mean no flaws?
  • They were probably at Burning Man
  • Cuzin Bob was at Burning Man this year - but he wasn't naked
  • Dvorak says it's a post-modern Burning Man
  • Windows needs an On-Star button
  • Vista system requirement: 2GB of RAM for 64-bit, 32-bit 1GB
  • HDCP monitors will be required for hi-def content
  • Alex IPTV may save us from draconian copy protection schemes like HDCP
  • BitTorrent is key to making IPTV feasible
  • We'll be using it for MacBreak since each half hour will be half a gigabyte
  • We're planning 960x540 for MacBreak using the Sony Z1Us
  • Roger says he doesn't like the Z1U lenses
  • The one to wait for is the Panasonic HVX-200
  • Dvorak says the big problem with projection TVs is the fan noise
  • DigitalLifeTV is 150 megs for half an hour and people still want 30MB files
  • What's the killer app for video players? DLTV?
  • There's a big hole in Firefox - Mozilla.org has a work around. Patch coming soon
  • Fox buys IGN
  • Remember the Fox Internet studio in NYC from several years ago
  • Intel sends WiMax to Louisiana
  • Todd from Seattle asks why Alex is dumping Nikon for Canon
  • Canon's pro-digital camera are great, but the Elph's aren't so hot
  • Dvorak and Patrick love the Minolta DiMage
  • Canon's 20DA is very cool - especially for infrared astronomy photos
  • Infrared photography is pretty amazing
  • Take the ferry from San Francisco and watch TWiT in person
  • John says there's a big wireless announcement coming this Wednesday
  • Spokavriel's Klah recipe is available here
  • It's better than Bawls