Schedule

Schedule

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

Sunday, June 7

1433700000 The Tech Guy
1433714400 This Week in Tech

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Tech News 2Night

Ron Richards joins us to talk all about Android

TWiT Live Specials

Android M, Chrome, USB-C, Google Now integration, Google Photos

Home Theater Geeks

SMPTE standards for next gen video.

Know How...

How to use the Ping command to shame your ISP.

This Week in Computer Hardware

Google IO, High Bandwidth Memory, and your questions.

Tech News Today

Oculus Rift might set you back $1500.

Ham Nation

Bob Heil visits the ultimate builder.

Android App Arena

GTasks, Wunderlist, Any.do, Layout.

This Week in Google

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

iFive for the iPhone

Is the Apple Watch vulnerable to theft?

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Cripes!

July 9 2006
  • Lawsuits are flying over the Google founders' big private jet.
  • The Emmys now have a broadband award for broadband news and documentary programming.
  • Amanda Congdon of Rocketboom has been let go.
  • AOL is considering offerint its services for free
  • AMD admits that their sales have been going down
  • Apple has dumped its last Mac with a CRT.
  • Microsoft has announced that it will begin to support the OpenDoc format.
  • Microsoft is supposedly creating an ipod-killer.
  • A Toronto high-school has expelled the Linux lab.
  • The U.S. Navy is attempting to patent a firewall.
  • ABC is looking to disable the fast-forward button.
  • Alienware has designed a rather strange-looking PC for Dell.
  • You can now buy Call for Help (Canada) episodes on Google Video.
  • Merrian-Webster is including "google" as a verb in the dictionary.
  • By using the print-screen button, you can capture an entire HD-DVD or Blu-Ray movie.
  • New lasers from Ricoh can read both next-gen formats.
  • eBay is banning sellers from using Google Checkout.
  • Friendster was rewarded a patent on social networking.
  • Check out Leo's blog on Vox
  • Stephen Hawking asked a question on Yahoo Answers.
  • A teenager listening to an iPod was struck by lightning.
  • The Department of Defense is now tracking college students' emails regarding public protests.
  • Check out the picture of kilt day from The Screensavers.