Schedule

Schedule

Saturday, September 20

1411236000 The Tech Guy

Sunday, September 21

1411322400 The Tech Guy
1411336800 This Week in Tech

Monday, September 22

1411405200 Tech News Today
1411408800 Triangulation
1411414200 iPad Today
1411426800 Tech News 2Night
1411428600 Marketing Mavericks

Tuesday, September 23

1411491600 Tech News Today
1411495200 MacBreak Weekly
1411502400 Security Now
1411509600 Before You Buy
1411513200 Tech News 2Night
1411516800 All About Android
1411525800 Padre's Corner

Wednesday, September 24

1411572600 FLOSS Weekly
1411578000 Tech News Today
1411581600 Windows Weekly
1411588800 This Week in Google
1411599600 Tech News 2Night
1411601400 redditUP
1411606800 Ham Nation

Thursday, September 25

1411664400 Tech News Today
1411668000 Know How...
1411671600 The Social Hour
1411677000 Coding 101
1411680600 Home Theater Geeks
1411686000 Tech News 2Night
1411687800 The Giz Wiz
1411696800 OMGcraft

Friday, September 26

1411750800 Tech News Today
1411754400 This Week in Law
1411761600 Android App Arena
1411772400 Tech News 2Night

Saturday, September 27

1411840800 The Tech Guy

Sunday, September 28

1411927200 The Tech Guy
1411941600 This Week in Tech

Monday, September 29

1412010000 Tech News Today
1412013600 Triangulation
1412019000 iPad Today
1412031600 Tech News 2Night

Most Recent Episodes

This Week in Law

Did the FBI sleuth or hack to find the location of the Silk Road server?

Android App Arena
Episode #13: Material Design September 19th, 2014

Hands-on reviews of Reddit News, Today Calendar, Wally and Hangouts Dialer.

TWiT Live Specials
Episode #207: iPhone 6 Unboxing September 19th, 2014

Leo unboxes a brand new iPhone 6.

Tech News Today

The launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus was greeted by long lines and widespread shortages.

This Week in Computer Hardware

New Moto X, GTX 980 leaks, and people raving regarding the iPhone 6.

The Giz Wiz
Episode #1486: No Potato Rotato September 18th, 2014

Capresso, self centering measuring tape, cut resistant gloves.

Home Theater Geeks
Episode #224: CEDIA 2014 Round-Up September 18th, 2014

Scott, Michael, Mark and Tom recap the CEDIA 2014 expo.

OMGcraft

A brand new multi-genre map from qmagnet and his team.

The Social Hour

Tiiny app, Apple CEO Tim Cook says "no social", Uber & Lyft are killing taxi business

Tech News 2Night

Larry Ellison resigns as Oracle CEO.

this WEEK in TECH 32

The G. Gordon Liddy Edition

November 27 2005
  • We're on Skype, but Dvorak's using the M-Audio FastTrackUSB and sounding fine
  • We'll be using only Heil mics starting next episode
  • Is your XBox 360 overheating? Not Dvorak's
  • Microsoft is losing $126 per unit
  • Here's a set of beautiful screenshots of the 360's "blades"
  • Browser makers agree to a new super-certificate to stop phishing
  • Want a certificate error? Click here (well until Google fixes it)
  • Steve gets his from Verisign - unfortunately Thawte is now owned by Verisign
  • Here comes the Firefox 1.5 marketing "onslaught"
  • But what is Firefox's market share really? - a lot more than 10%
  • Apple's iTunes Music Store is in the top 10 - but who is F.Y.E.? Number 5, that's who
  • Does anybody really care about high fidelity music any more?
  • Patrick is using Apple Lossless encoding, but FLAC is the open standard
  • Send your angry emails to patrick@thisweekintech.com
  • Does anybody care about HDTV? You bet!
  • The Mission Audio people say kids today can't tell the difference between good audio and bad
  • It's the end of the line for Kazaa
  • Bram Cohen, creator of BitTorrent, does a deal with the MPAA to keep copyrighted material off BitTorrent.com
  • Dvorak says the 300GB DVD is bogus - you'll never be able to afford it
  • Alex says DVDs are history by the end of the decade - the future of content is online.
  • Dvorak says the portable players are a dead end
  • Tivo says it's going to let customers transfer video to the iPod and PSP
  • And they've got a deal with Yahoo
  • CBS is talking with Yahoo and Google about putting their video archives on the web
  • NBC is planning on letting DirectTV offer My Name Is Earl and Battlestar Galactica as a download
  • Ruth Parasol made $1.8 billion on PartyPoker.com
  • According to Dvorak's IPTVDaily.com IPTV is big everywhere but in the US
  • Dvorak has saved every copy of Silicon Spin. Any buyers?
  • So long Jennifer Garner - Alias ends its run
  • SD-6.com is gone, but not forgotten.
  • Our TWiT store should go online later this week. Watch the site for details
  • Amber MacArthur's new audio podcasts, Inside the Net, launches this week, too - our first show will feature Mozilla's Mike Shaver on Firefox 1.5
  • We miss Internet Tonight. Dvorak says Leo carried The Screen Savers.
  • Send your angry emails to dvorak@thisweekintech.com