Schedule

Schedule

Wednesday, May 6

1430926200 FLOSS Weekly
1430931600 Tech News Today
1430935200 Windows Weekly
1430942400 This Week in Google
1430953200 Tech News 2Night
1430955000 Android App Arena
1430960400 Ham Nation

Thursday, May 7

1431018000 Tech News Today
1431021600 Know How...
1431032400 Home Theater Geeks
1431039600 Tech News 2Night

Friday, May 8

1431104400 Tech News Today
1431108000 This Week in Law
1431118800 Before You Buy
1431126000 Tech News 2Night

Saturday, May 9

1431194400 The Tech Guy

Sunday, May 10

1431280800 The Tech Guy
1431295200 This Week in Tech

Monday, May 11

1431363600 Tech News Today
1431367200 Triangulation
1431372600 iPad Today
1431379800 Coding 101
1431385200 Tech News 2Night

Tuesday, May 12

1431450000 Tech News Today
1431453600 MacBreak Weekly
1431462600 Security Now
1431471600 Tech News 2Night
1431475200 All About Android

Wednesday, May 13

1431531000 FLOSS Weekly
1431536400 Tech News Today
1431540000 Windows Weekly
1431547200 This Week in Google
1431558000 Tech News 2Night
1431559800 Android App Arena
1431565200 Ham Nation

Thursday, May 14

1431622800 Tech News Today
1431626400 Know How...
1431637200 Home Theater Geeks
1431644400 Tech News 2Night

Friday, May 15

1431709200 Tech News Today
1431712800 This Week in Law
1431723600 Before You Buy
1431730800 Tech News 2Night

Most Recent Episodes

All About Android

Lollipop on more devices, Windows 10 running Android apps, and Android Wear.

Security Now

Steve Gibson analyzes two different approaches to law enforcement backdoors.

Tech News 2Night

The Apple Watch is "Just a Watch" says one reviewer.

MacBreak Weekly

Apple Watch accessories.

Tech News Today

Facebook is now using Nokia's Here maps for mobile web.

iPad Today

Star Wars apps for iPad and iOS

Tech News 2Night

A Facebook privacy update promised 1 year ago, went into effect over the weekend

Coding 101

Coder to Programmer, and Carlos Souza with more Ruby.

Triangulation

Neil Young talks about high-res music player Pono.

Tech News Today

US Justice Department plans to reveal more about the government's of phone tracking systems.

this WEEK in TECH 31

Unplugged

November 20 2005
  • Patrick is racing in Baja.
  • Prager is off at Crea824
  • Best booth at Podcast Expo: iLounge
  • Dvorak's take on the Sony fiasco is on CBS Marketwatch (free registration required). He refers to Mark Russinovich's blog entries at Sysinternals.
  • Dvorak was at the Panda Labs when this broke
  • Security expert, Bruce Schneier's blog asks why anti-virus and anti-spyware companies ignored the rootkit for so long
  • Xbox 360 shortages may make the Tuesday launch a bust.
  • It comes with Tetris - Alexei Pajitnov works for Microsoft now.
  • The full version supports 720p component out of the box
  • Bunnie Huang cracked the original Xbox in a week. How long will it take them to crack the 360?
  • Office 2006 abandons menu bars - read PC Magazine's review
  • It's the same program under the hood - so the UI redesign is just a way of interesting people in an upgrade
  • Powerpoint really needs something new
  • Leo prefers Apple's Keynote
  • Edward R. Tufte is the guru of the visual representation of data
  • Never give a speech without slides
  • When is someone going to challenge Powerpoint?
  • Ovation is a start
  • Google Base is live - we still don't get it - maybe the Metafilter folks do
  • ICANN will retain control of the Internet
  • Think Secret joins other Apple rumor sites in saying that the first Intel Macs will debut in January at the MacWorld Expo.
  • Leo's LifeDrive died, but Steve likes the new Tungsten TX. Leo's eyeing Steve's and wishing he hadn't wasted his money on the Lifedrive.
  • What's Dvorak grateful for? Cal 27, Stanford 3.
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