Schedule

Schedule

Friday, December 19

1419012000 Tech News Today
1419015600 This Week in Law
1419033600 Tech News 2Night

Saturday, December 20

1419102000 The Tech Guy

Sunday, December 21

1419188400 The Tech Guy
1419202800 This Week in Tech

Monday, December 22

1419271200 Tech News Today
1419274800 Triangulation
1419280200 iPad Today
1419292800 Tech News 2Night

Tuesday, December 23

1419357600 Tech News Today
1419361200 MacBreak Weekly
1419368400 Security Now
1419375600 Before You Buy
1419379200 Tech News 2Night
1419382800 All About Android
1419391800 Padre's Corner

Wednesday, December 24

1419444000 Tech News Today
1419447600 Windows Weekly
1419454800 This Week in Google
1419465600 Tech News 2Night

Thursday, December 25

1419530400 Tech News Today
1419534000 Know How...
1419537600 Marketing Mavericks
1419543000 Coding 101
1419546600 Home Theater Geeks
1419553800 The Giz Wiz

Friday, December 26

1419616800 Tech News Today
1419638400 Tech News 2Night

Saturday, December 27

1419706800 The Tech Guy

Sunday, December 28

1419793200 The Tech Guy
1419807600 This Week in Tech

Most Recent Episodes

This Week in Computer Hardware

AMD Omega Driver, mechanical keys, and Broadwell NUC pics.

The Giz Wiz
Episode #1498: Inflate My Ego December 18th, 2014

TalkBand, disco lights, inflatable chair, and more!

Home Theater Geeks

Multichannel audio, speaker placement, and multiple subwoofers.

Tech News 2Night

A Security Flaw in Millions of Routers

Coding 101

Polishing up the holiday pricer.

Know How...

In case you didn't know this is Episode 123

Marketing Mavericks
Episode #35: Game of Drones December 18th, 2014

Taking an idea and taking off with it

Tech News Today

Hollywood caves in the face of threats from the Sony hackers.

Ham Nation

Ham Emergency Radio Operations(H.E.R.O) lends aid in the recent Philippine typhoon.

This Week in Google
Episode #280: Sony Pictureless December 17th, 2014

Project Goliath: Inside Hollywood's secret war against Google

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Roots

June 25 2006
  • Robert like the traffic features of Windows Live Local
  • The first Blu-Ray players are now shipping.
  • PC World says that Samsung is planning a dual-format player for later this year.
  • Primera is shipping the first Blu-Ray duplication system.
  • Ten reasons why high-definition DVD formats have already failed.
  • According to Radio Sweeden, the White House ordered the Pirate Bay closure.
  • Harvard says that it has still not received the $115 million he pledged
  • Warren Buffet is going to give away 85% of his fortune to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
  • There have been, this week alone, three Excel zero-day flaws. Here's the third.
  • Dan Rather may leave CBS for Mark Cuban's HDNet
  • The broadcast flag has snuck its way into a telecom bill by Senator Stevens.
  • The FCC approved taxes for VOiP.
  • You can make wireless USB devices, but can only sell them in the United States.
  • A coffee shop owner called 9-1-1 over a man who was using its free WiFi for months without buying a coffee. He was arrested, and then found to be a sex offender.
  • Australia is going to be giving every household free Internet filtering software.
  • Opera claims they got 6 million downloads of Opera 9 the first day of release.
  • XGL does for Linux what Quartz Extreme does for Mac OS X
  • The new TWiT website should be up in a few weeks alongside the Dell campaign.
  • Digg 3.0 is powerful and has several new features to keep track of your friends.
  • The new visualizing tools (Digg Spy on crack) will be released in July.
  • Digg will be adding more categories, not just technology.
  • 65% of Digg users use Firefox.
  • Kevin says that Netscape should have waited a bit longer for their new site in order to emulate Digg 3.0.
  • Digg 3.0 should be all ready by 6am PDT on Monday, June 26, 2006.
  • Kevin Rose was #23 in the "50 People Who Matter Now" list in Business 2.0 magazine.
  • Apple drops the price of Shake 4.1.
  • Netflix wants to move into the download business.