Schedule

Schedule

Tuesday, October 21

1413921600 Security Now
1413928800 Before You Buy
1413932400 Tech News 2Night
1413936000 All About Android
1413945000 Padre's Corner

Wednesday, October 22

1413991800 FLOSS Weekly
1413997200 Tech News Today
1414000800 Windows Weekly
1414008000 This Week in Google
1414018800 Tech News 2Night
1414026000 Ham Nation

Thursday, October 23

1414083600 Tech News Today
1414087200 Know How...
1414090800 Marketing Mavericks
1414096200 Coding 101
1414099800 Home Theater Geeks
1414105200 Tech News 2Night
1414107000 The Giz Wiz

Friday, October 24

1414170000 Tech News Today
1414173600 This Week in Law
1414180800 Android App Arena
1414191600 Tech News 2Night

Saturday, October 25

1414260000 The Tech Guy

Sunday, October 26

1414346400 The Tech Guy
1414360800 This Week in Tech

Monday, October 27

1414429200 Tech News Today
1414432800 Triangulation
1414438200 iPad Today
1414450800 Tech News 2Night

Tuesday, October 28

1414515600 Tech News Today
1414519200 MacBreak Weekly
1414526400 Security Now
1414533600 Before You Buy
1414537200 Tech News 2Night
1414540800 All About Android
1414549800 Padre's Corner

Wednesday, October 29

1414596600 FLOSS Weekly
1414602000 Tech News Today
1414605600 Windows Weekly
1414612800 This Week in Google
1414623600 Tech News 2Night
1414630800 Ham Nation

Thursday, October 30

1414688400 Tech News Today
1414692000 Know How...
1414695600 Marketing Mavericks
1414701000 Coding 101
1414704600 Home Theater Geeks
1414710000 Tech News 2Night
1414711800 The Giz Wiz

Friday, October 31

1414774800 Tech News Today
1414778400 This Week in Law
1414785600 Android App Arena

Most Recent Episodes

Tech News Today

Samsung announced that its Knox security platform received NSA approval for use by US Government.

This Week in Enterprise Tech

Enterprise Storage with Howard Marks

iPad Today

Clips for smart copy/paste, Flickr's new iPad app, iOS 8.1

Tech News 2Night

iOS 8.1 is now available

Triangulation

Writer, editor, and professional bohemian.

Tech News Today

Reports claim that the Chinese government is intercepting connections to Apple's iCloud from China.

This Week in Tech
Episode #480: And. Roid. October 19th, 2014

Apple Pay, Twitter turmoil, cable chaos, and more.

The Tech Guy
The Tech Guy 1128 October 19th, 2014

OS X Yosemite, Android Lollipop, and more.

The Tech Guy
The Tech Guy 1127 October 18th, 2014

Could a neighbor's Wi-Fi affect my Wi-Fi reliability?

Tech News 2Night

Snapchat feeds will soon have ads.

this WEEK in TECH 9

The Late Lamented Episode 9 Is Here

June 19 2005
  • Windows Updates - should they be daily or monthly?
  • Burning in Gaming Machines
  • To Update or Not to Update Drivers
  • OEM bloatware on Windows machines
  • Backing up to network drives
  • Patrick recommends Server Elements open source NAS
  • Leo says don't buy Iomega's BOSS
  • Using Gmail to backup your files
  • Is OS X for Intel on the warez sites?
  • The merits of live CDs like Knoppix
  • The FCC advances the move to digital broadcast TV to 2006
  • The TWiTs debate digital TV
  • The best way to get HD
  • Kevin admits to watching women's tennis
  • Robert says NASCAR in HD is the way to go
  • Leo says life sucks
  • AMD Quadcore chips are on the way
  • The limitations of multi-processor systems
  • The end of the processor clock speed race
  • Robert admits to building a Prescott-based system, it's fast... and hot: 75° C
  • Processors will get faster, but we're in a transition period
  • Sony hard drive add-on for PS/3 will come with Linux
  • ATI Crossfire vs. SLI
  • The benefits of nVidea's SLI dual card gaming
  • The 1080p format
  • Patrick and Leo ask Robert for TV buying advice
  • Robert likes the Sharp 45-inch Aquos, but plasma is better for video
  • Wait until the end of the year to buy
  • 37-inch LCDs with 1080p resolution for under $2000 should appear soon
  • Thanks to Textamerica for The TechTV-On This Date moblog
  • Patrick is sticking with CRT displays
  • Winbook's new HD LCD has some problems but it's very affordable
  • LCD TVs are poised to replace CRT and rear-projection at the low end
  • DVD Decrypter ceases and desists
  • Kevin prefers DVD Shrink and it's not dead yet
  • Was it because Decrypter broke Sony's copy protection?
  • Canada is about to go down the DMCA road
  • Cory Doctorow says WIPO's membership is the problem
  • Patrick defends copy protection but says theonline music store experience stinks
  • Kevin and Leo love JHymn for iTunes Music Store decryption
  • Kevin will print the Free Leo Bumper Stickers
  • Robert's off to play Battlefield 2
  • Kevin's newest SYSTM is out: learn how to build your own Myth DVR using KnoppMyth
  • HD3000 brings HDTV to Myth
  • Leo loves Knoppix MAME
  • Patrick plugs ExtremeIpod.com - enter the contest for free music
  • Drupal throttling and moving to a new server (any day now)
  • Patrick plays pitchman
  • We're working on non-Paypal options to contribute (maybe Google?)
  • Patrick's Box o' Crap is looking good, we'll announce winners soon. Honest.