Schedule

Schedule

Saturday, March 28

1427576400 iPad Today

Sunday, March 29

1427652000 The Tech Guy
1427666400 This Week in Tech

Monday, March 30

1427734800 Tech News Today
1427738400 Triangulation
1427743800 iPad Today
1427751000 Coding 101
1427756400 Tech News 2Night

Tuesday, March 31

1427821200 Tech News Today
1427824800 MacBreak Weekly
1427833800 Security Now
1427842800 Tech News 2Night
1427846400 All About Android

Wednesday, April 1

1427902200 FLOSS Weekly
1427907600 Tech News Today
1427911200 Windows Weekly
1427918400 This Week in Google
1427929200 Tech News 2Night
1427931000 Android App Arena
1427936400 Ham Nation

Thursday, April 2

1427994000 Tech News Today
1427997600 Know How...
1428003000 Marketing Mavericks
1428008400 Home Theater Geeks
1428015600 Tech News 2Night
1428017400 The Giz Wiz

Friday, April 3

1428080400 Tech News Today
1428084000 This Week in Law
1428094800 Before You Buy
1428102000 Tech News 2Night
1428105600 Padre's Corner

Saturday, April 4

1428170400 The Tech Guy

Sunday, April 5

1428256800 The Tech Guy
1428271200 This Week in Tech

Monday, April 6

1428339600 Tech News Today
1428343200 Triangulation
1428348600 iPad Today
1428355800 Coding 101
1428361200 Tech News 2Night

Tuesday, April 7

1428426000 Tech News Today
1428429600 MacBreak Weekly

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This Week in Enterprise Tech

HP Aims New Rack at Open Stack Developers

Before You Buy

Parrot Bebop Preview, Vivitek Qumi Q5 projector

Tech News 2Night

Tech elite likes to go racing

This Week in Law

Creative Commons Licenses 101 with Sarah Pearson.

Tech News Today

Blackberry posts a profit!

This Week in Computer Hardware

Silverstone Fortress FT05 case, Dell XPS 13 review, and Corsair Dominator memory kits.

The Giz Wiz

Condiments for pets, mini tennis ball launcher, Goatee Saver, and more.

Home Theater Geeks

Composer Richard Einhorn, MTI's Kevin Manbeck, and restoring "The Passion of Joan of Arc."

Tech News 2Night

Twitter releases Periscope!

Know How...

We use NAT "Network Address Translation" to segment a network.

this WEEK in TECH 28

TWiT Turns 28

October 31 2005
  • Digg gets US$2.8 million in venture funds.
  • Sulu comes out.
  • Robert is sporting a mullet.
  • What's Google up to this time? Google Base, set to take on Ebay?
  • Privacy is dead, get over it.
  • Now we're getting ready to track the homeless.
  • Comedy Central is getting into IPTV in a big way.
  • Making video for your iPod? Try Videora for Windows.
  • Leo and Kevin are in love with Lala.
  • NTT Docomo has created a joystick that can make your head bob. Watch the video.
  • Microsoft proposes that all music player bundle Windows Media Player.
  • Antitrust Judge slaps them down.
  • Microsoft says that the software industry is ill-prepared to make use of multi-core processors. The solution is to assign your app to a single processor.
  • Bill Gates says, "We Do Not Fear Google"
  • Ray Ozzie says Microsoft will support Open Document Formats.
  • But how fast is Open Office, really?
  • Microsoft is suing 13 different spam operations accusing them of turning PCs into zombie spambots.
  • All US Passports will be using RFID within the year.
  • The Internet Movie Database turns 15.
  • Roger still can't stop using it
  • Einstein and Darwin were like modern emailers according to a researcher at the University of Aveiro in Portugal.
  • Dirty little secret: Leo uses Textpander for OS X to answer his email.
  • The US Copyright Office is accepting feedback on DMCA. From Nov. 2 through Dec. 1, 2005, the US Copyright Office is accepting feedback from citizens concerning the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Voice your concerns while the opportunity exists, every clearly thought out and well said voice can make a difference.
  • Wait... did the 2003 exemptions from the DMCA free ROMs for older games on obselete hardware?
  • Martin Sargent is about to launch his podcast.
  • We'll save a seat at the Uptown for you.
  • Congrats Yoshi. He and his wife had a baby!!!