Schedule

Schedule

Thursday, May 28

1432827000 Tech News Today
1432830600 TWiT Live Specials
1432839600 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

Tuesday, June 2

1433264400 Tech News Today
1433268000 MacBreak Weekly
1433277000 Security Now
1433286000 Tech News 2Night
1433289600 All About Android

Wednesday, June 3

1433345400 FLOSS Weekly
1433350800 Tech News Today
1433354400 Windows Weekly
1433361600 This Week in Google
1433372400 Tech News 2Night
1433374200 Android App Arena
1433379600 Ham Nation

Thursday, June 4

1433437200 Tech News Today
1433440800 Know How...
1433451600 Home Theater Geeks
1433458800 Tech News 2Night

Friday, June 5

1433523600 Tech News Today
1433527200 This Week in Law
1433538000 Before You Buy
1433545200 Tech News 2Night

Saturday, June 6

1433613600 The Tech Guy

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Ham Nation

Bob Heil visits the ultimate builder.

iFive for the iPhone

Is the Apple Watch vulnerable to theft?

This Week in Google

Google Tracker (I/O edition), Android M, Chromecast 2, and lots more.

Android App Arena

GTasks, Wunderlist, Any.do, Layout.

Windows Weekly

Cortana on iOS and Android, and Salesforce turns down $55 billion from MS.

Tech News 2Night

NPR's Elise Hu joins us to talk about Japan's Start-up scene.

FLOSS Weekly
Episode #338: Lucee May 27th, 2015

Andrew Dixon, Gert Franz, and Lucee: a dynamic scripting language for the JVM.

Tech News Today

iPhones crash and reboot when a specific string of text is received.

All About Android

Google IO predictions, Periscope for Android, and a a packed round table session.

Security Now
Episode #509: TLS Logjam May 26th, 2015

Routers with a USB port could be vulnerable to attack because of a NetUSB bug.

this WEEK in TECH 43

Old Yeller

February 26 2006
  • Dvorak's off to Orlando for the PMA then Hannover for CeBIT
  • He's looking for a tour of Berlin - email him if you live there
  • Doug, Leo, Patrick, and Bill Gates all have a piece of the Berlin Wall
  • The point by point refutation of Dvorak's column on Apple switching to Windows
  • Apple's big announcement is February 28 - what does "fun new products" mean? We'll have same-day coverage on MacBreak
  • Check out the Engadget pictures of the "new iPod"
  • Leo predicts it's an iPod media center
  • Skype runs on the T-Mobile MDA but only if you overclock it
  • Google Base is taking credit cards
  • UserFriendly's send up of Google privacy is here
  • The TWiT.tv redesign is almost done - look for a beta test soon
  • The most popular IT Conversations show of all time: the Woz interview
  • AOL has raised the price of dialup to $25.90 a month, the same as the broadband price
  • Dvorak uses Google's Page Creator to make a web page while we talk
  • RIM is losing in court, but winning in the US Patent Office- is it because of political pressure to save Blackberry?
  • The Onion's take on what Blackberry users will do if service is disrupted
  • NBC is trying to stop YouTube and others from playing the Lazy Sunday clip - and they're trying to sell it for $1.99 on iTunes Music Store
  • Alexa rankings are meaningless
  • Lakehead University in Thunder Bay bans wireless due to "health concerns"
  • Fans set up Church of Sponge Bob, and John's joining
  • Digg.de changes its name to Yigg.de, but Kevin says he never even contacted them
  • MPAA is now going after Usenet binaries by attacking the indexing sites
  • Dvorak uses "the IRC" to trade files so he's ok with it
  • Lloyd Braun proposes a news show on Yahoo with puppets as anchors
  • Ananova is a news site with a virtual anchor
  • Doug and John still have their pets.com sock puppets
  • They're cheap on Ebay
  • Watch for our Ebay auction to benefit EFF - coming soon
  • John and Leo wax nostalgic over Lotus Improv and Adobe ImageStyler
  • EFF decodes the Xerox hidden dot-code
  • Scanners can't copy US money
  • iTunes hits 1 billion songs sold, and a kid in Michigan wins 10 ipods, an iMac, and $10,000 in songs
  • According to NPR, record labels are holding back singles to preserve CD sales
  • Tuesday Patrick demos the Democracy Player from the Participatory Culture Foundation
  • Fireant is also good
  • iPodderX is now Thunderstone Media and the new program is Transistr - com
  • Dvorak is working on a new IPTV show for Z-D - stay tuned to details
  • Leo's LTS Podcast interview is here
  • Ricky Gervais goes for the gold by moving his free podcast to Audible.com
  • Cat's expecting - congratulations
  • Microsoft is looking for an Apple-style buzz for next week's "Origami" announcement
  • Look for Alex Albrecht's cooking show, Control-Alt-Chicken, and much more from Revision 3 soon.