Ask The Tech Guys
Tech experts Leo Laporte and Mikah Sargent team up to answer all of your burning tech questions. From the latest gadgets to tried-and-true tech tips, Leo & Mikah have the knowledge and expertise to help you get the most out of your technology. So whether you're a tech novice or a seasoned pro, join Leo and Mikah each week for a fun and informative look at the world of technology.
Call in with your live questions from 11 am-2 pm PT every Sunday at call.twit.tv. Get ready to level up your tech game!
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Got a question? Ask The Tech Guys — or, better yet, tune into their weekly show to learn everything there is to know about consumer tech from experts. On this long-running show, Leo Laporte and Mikah Sargent take caller questions and answers them live on the TWiT stream, which is then turned into a podcast so anyone can listen anytime.
There is no such thing as a silly question on Ask The Tech Guys. From smartphones, computers, wearables, smart assistants, Internet security, WiFi speeds to digital cameras, gaming, and home theater systems, Leo Laporte and Mikah Sargent take all kinds of questions from all kinds of listeners. Leo and Mikah are friendly and easy to talk to, and most of all, entertaining. So, even if you don't have a tech question on hand, you'll learn and laugh every weekend with Ask The Tech Guys. The show records every Sunday at 2 p.m. Eastern / 11 a.m. Pacific and is available for download within 12 hours. Be sure to subscribe so you get new episodes as soon as they're ready.
Why Listen to Ask The Tech Guys?
No one does a better job of explaining technology, computers, and the Internet than Leo Laporte. His tried and true knowledge has helped many tech-curious folks throughout his career. He's been doing one version or another of this technology talk show since 1990, with the current incarnation beginning in 2004. The Tech Guy radio show launched in 2007 as a nationally syndicated show with Premiere Networks. The show added many affiliates and has grown sharply from the original 12 to 200 stations. In 2023, Leo retired from the radio airwaves and relaunched the show as Ask The Tech Guys with Mikah Sargent.
Mikah Sargent joined the TWiT Podcast Network in July 2019. He currently appears on three other weekly podcasts on the TWiT network — iOS Today, Tech News Weekly, and Hands-On Mac. He also produces several other shows hosted by Leo Laporte.
As tech evolves, let Ask The Tech Guys help you stay frustration-free with devices, software, apps, accessories, settings, upgrades, glitches, and more. Leo and Mikah love to talk about tech and help everyday people with their expertise.
Besides answering questions, Leo and Mikah break down the latest important tech news and shares their candid thoughts. They also have guests discussing travel, photography, and automotive technology. Automotive industry analyst Sam Abuelsamid, photographer Chris Marquardt, home theater expert Scott Wilkinson, travel industry expert Johnny Jet, and "Mad's Maddest Writer" Dick DeBartolo are regulars.
Leo Laporte Pioneered Tech Talk Radio
Leo has been doing technology-oriented talk radio longer than anyone currently on the air. He created the format in 1990 when he hosted a show on KNBR in San Francisco with well-known columnist John C. Dvorak.
Leo also shared his expertise on TV, starting in 1994. His shows Call for Help, and The Screen Savers aired for six years on ZDTV and later TechTV. In 2005, Leo founded TWiT.tv, the hub of all his tech shows, including the award-winning podcast, This Week in Tech. Learn more about Leo's accomplishments on his website.
You can listen to Ask The Tech Guys as it streams live at twit.tv/live from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Pacific, every Sunday. Subscribe at twit.tv/attg so you can listen to the episodes at your leisure. If you want to call into the show with a question, visit call.twit.tv during the live recording every Sunday.
Over the years, Leo has helped countless people with his tech expertise. He has a great knack for explaining complicated topics in an easy-to-understand way. He is engaging and lively and sure to make you smile. So subscribe to the Ask The Tech Guys podcast.
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Our #1 ranked flagship podcast, This Week in Tech, is hosted by TWiT.tv founder Leo Laporte. Leo leads a weekly roundtable discussion with a rotating cast of experts and journalists on this tech podcast. They talk about trending tech topics, goings-on in the tech industry, and everything tech touches. You won't believe how exciting, involved, and absorbing tech talk can be!
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Get the latest information and analysis on all things Google with the This Week in Google podcast. A diverse and opinionated panel dissects Google's products and services, corporate leadership and competition, policies and internal workings, global impacts, and more. Join hosts Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, Stacey Higginbotham, and Ant Pruitt to hear a weekly discussion of this tech giant and related technology news.
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