All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

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FLOSS Weekly 481: Chomper
Apr 25 • 60 min
Chomper is an internet-blocking program developed for Linux. It is free, open-source and written in Python. Users define a whitelist or blacklist of websites, and Chomper will block them from visiting non-whitelisted/blacklisted websites for an amount of…
All About Android 366: We Say Sorry Because the Carriers Don’t
Apr 25 • 88 min
This week, we discuss the many hints of Material Design 2, Google’s next Chat obsession, Motorola’s low and midrange lineup, LG’s G7 ThinQ event, Google Play Award nominees, your emails, and more! Read our show notes here.Jason - PUBG MOBILE (Free/IAP):…
Security Now 660: Azure Sphere
Apr 24 • 129 min
This week we discuss Drupalgeddon2 continuing to unfold right on plan, the Orangeworm takes aim at medical equipment and companies, the FDA moves forward on requiring device updates, Microsoft leads a new Cybersecurity Tech Accord, another instance of…
MacBreak Weekly 607: The iPad in Andy’s Pants
Apr 24 • 98 min
Broken iMac Pro and the Right to Repair. iPhone earnings silly season is in full effect. Users love the iPhone X. AT&T and Verizon collude to try to stop eSIM. EU cries anti-trust over Apple’s Shazam purchase.Alex’s Pick: RobloxAndy’s Pick: Super Cheap…
iOS Today 392: The Perfect iPad Set Up
Apr 24 • 72 min
Jason Snell from Six Colors and MacWorld fills in for Leo Laporte. Jason and Megan Morrone discuss Jason’s favorite iPad keyboard and stand for writing at home. Plus, the new Drafts app from Agile Tortoise and how to get FileBrowser working on your iPad.…
This Week in Tech 663: Reasonably Miserable
Apr 22 • 130 min
Security conference season in full swing. iPhone X takes over a third of ALL smartphone profits. Google tries to fix messaging again. Who do you trust with your data? IRS servers down on Tax Day. SCOTUS dismisses DOJ vs Microsoft: CLOUD Act makes it moot.…
The Tech Guy 1482
Apr 22 • 136 min
Changing the email address associated with an Apple ID, does USB cable quality matter? How to set parental controls on an iPhone, Chris Marquardt talks about using contrast in photography, downloading YouTube videos, HDMI switches vs A/V receivers, an…
The New Screen Savers 153: Nintendo Labo’s DIY High Tech Cardboard Toys
Apr 21 • 76 min
On The New Screen Savers episode 153 on Saturday, April 21, 2018 with Megan Morrone and Jason Howell: The new Nintendo Labo Kits just shipped and we’re borrowing Karsten Bondy’s kids Zak and Alex to test out the cardboard DIY kits that work with the…
The Tech Guy 1481
Apr 21 • 122 min
Replacing an internal hard drive, all about sound bars, printer troubleshooting, why can’t I get radio reception at my home? Migrating data to a new computer, Johnny Jet has an app to help with a fear of flying, apps to record and collaborate music with…
Triangulation 343: David Mikkelson, Snopes.com
Apr 20 • 65 min
David Mikkelson is the founder of Snopes.com. He talks with Jason Howell about the early days of the site, its current state in the era of fake news, and The Repository of Lost Legends (TRoLL). Host: Jason Howell Guest: David Mikkelson Download or…
This Week in Enterprise Tech 287: Onboarding the Next Generation
Apr 20 • 66 min
Onboarding new personnel is always a challenge, but when you add the vast differences between baby boomers and Gen-X, you have a training nightmare. MindTickle talks about applying the psychology of gaming to smooth the onboarding process. Hosts: Louis…
Tech News Weekly 28: Expand Your Attack Vector
Apr 19 • 65 min
1:59 Ian Sherr from CNET helps round up some of the biggest news from the RSA security conference and checks in on Facebook’s progress after last week’s Congressional hearing.13:40 Alex Colgan from Leap Motion discusses the idea behind Project North Star,…
This Week in Computer Hardware 462: New AMD Ryzen CPUs Reviewed!
Apr 19 • 53 min
AMD’s new Ryzen 7 2700X and Ryzen 5 2600X Reviewed!!!! Western Digital’s Black and SanDisk Extreme PRO M.2 1TB NVMe drives are OUTSTANDING, another new NUC from intel, and a 14TB HD! Hosts: Ryan Shrout and Patrick Norton Download or subscribe to this show…
Know How… 378: Stream How: Personal Streaming Part II
Apr 19 • 53 min
Streaming, YouTube Live, Twitch, Broadcasting Hosts: Fr. Robert Ballecer, SJ and Jason Howell For full show notes, visit https://twit.tv/shows/know-how/episodes/378 Sponsor: WordPress.com/knowhow
Ham Nation 347: From Visalia to Sweden
Apr 19 • 84 min
The search for the next ARRL CEO, remembering Clyde Haehnle, register for Contest University 2018, revisiting LOTW with Val, events at Hamvention 2018 and more! Hosts: Bob Heil, George Thomas, Don Wilbanks, Valerie Hotzfeld, and Amanda Alden Guests: Ray…
This Week in Google 453: Naked Egg Taco
Apr 18 • 120 min
Marissa Meyer is back at Google (’s old offices.) Microsoft announces IoT security Azure Sphere. Kendrick Lamar’s Pulitzer. Netflix vs. Cannes. Google AIY is the new Heathkit. Grasshopper teaches kids to code. Google’s new Gmail. Google Maps tells you to…
Windows Weekly 566: The Queen of RTOS
Apr 18 • 117 min
The next wave arrives: Microsoft announces Azure Sphere. Windows 10 version 1803 RTM, take 2. MS to make the UWP/mobile version of OneNote the default for Windows users later this year. The US Supreme Court drops the email case against Microsoft. But…
FLOSS Weekly 480: Univention Corporate Server
Apr 18 • 62 min
Univention is a leading supplier of Open Source products for the operation and management of IT infrastructures. Peter Ganten founded Univention in 2002. Today, he is leading the Univention management team and is responsible for the strategic direction of…
All About Android 365: WOW-wei
Apr 17 • 88 min
This week, we discuss the big ZTE smackdown, hidden security updates, Android P navigation changes, Huawei P20 Pro, Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium, Gmail redesign, and more! Read our show notes here.Jason - Radiooooo (FREE) - thx Evan!!:…
Security Now 659: Never a Dull Moment
Apr 17 • 105 min
This week we discuss AMD’s release of their long-awaited Spectre variant 2 microcode patches, the end of Telegram messenger in Russia, the on-time arrival of Drupalgeddon2, Firefox and TLS v1.3, the new and widespread UPnProxy attacks, Microsoft’s…
MacBreak Weekly 606: You’ve Been Played
Apr 17 • 89 min
Apple memo warning leakers not to leak leaks promptly leaks. Also leaked: Gold iPhone X coming soon. HomePod sales pale behind Amazon Echo. Apple News gets premium. GreyKey iPhone unlocking boxes sweep through law enforcement - make your passcode longer.…
iOS Today 391: Vacation Apps: Before and After
Apr 17 • 101 min
Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone discuss what apps to take on vacation and how to use your iPad after vacation. When Leo goes to Japan, he’ll use TripIt, Google Trips, CityMapper and more. Plus, Megan shows you how to make a magazine of your own vacation…
This Week in Tech 662: Scraped On the Back End
Apr 15 • 160 min
Mark Zuckerberg comes out of his Congressional testimony unscathed. China will dominate AI in the coming decade. HomePods are not selling like HotCakes. Apple leaks leakers leaking leaks. Waymo wants to test truly driverless cars in California. Host: Leo…
The Tech Guy 1480
Apr 15 • 133 min
Why doesn’t my landline work? What to do after being scammed, speeding up an old computer, finding a computer to edit video and more of your calls! Host: Leo Laporte Guest: Chris Marquardt Download or subscribe to this show at…
The Tech Guy 1479
Apr 14 • 127 min
Signatures will no longer be needed for credit card purchases, what printer should I buy? Roku troubleshooting, vinyl records are making a comeback, translating a foreign language in real-time and more of your calls! Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Scott…
The New Screen Savers 152: World’s First Digital License Plate
Apr 14 • 95 min
On The New Screen Savers for Saturday, April 14 with Leo Laporte and Patrick Norton: Those stamped metal license plates could be a thing of the past if the folks at Reviver Auto have their way. CEO Neville Boston shows us what their new digital plate, the…
Triangulation 342: OhDoctah
Apr 13 • 68 min
Owen JJ Stone has been creating content for the internet for years. He talks to Jason Howell about how he got started, his secret networking advice, and how to raise a child in the digital age. Host: Jason Howell Guest: Owen JJ Stone Download or subscribe…
This Week in Enterprise Tech 286: VMware in Healthcare
Apr 13 • 67 min
Fr. Robert Ballecer, Lou Maresca, and Curt Franklin talk to Chris Logan about VMware’s involvement in the healthcare industry. Hosts: Fr. Robert Ballecer, SJ, Louis Maresca, and Curt Franklin Guest: Chris Logan Download or subscribe to this show at…
This Week in Law 419: One Bot, One Vote
Apr 13 • 116 min
Rick Hasen from University of California Irvine School of Law joins Denise Howell, Matt Curtis, and Mike Keys to talk about election law as it pertains to hacking elections both in the physical equipment we use to vote and manipulating the voters…
Tech News Weekly 27: The World Is a Test Track
Apr 12 • 51 min
1:47 David McCabe from Axios talks about the Facebook Congressional hearing, and his thoughts after sitting in the room reporting on it first hand.15:55 Timothy Lee from Ars Technica has questions and concerns over the current state of regulation of fully…
This Week in Computer Hardware 461: Where is Ryzen 2000?
Apr 12 • 40 min
Android OS Security Update??? Sometimes the manufacturers LIE! AMD’s got Spectre 2 patches, but we don’t have a Ryzen 2000 release date yet. ICY DOCK’s new 16 bay beast is awesome, and… wait… what??? Intel’s Kaby Lake-G doesn’t use Vega? Find out the…
Know How… 377: Build a Mouse Droid
Apr 12 • 35 min
So you want a little extra “something-something” to spice up your next appearance at a Con or Maker Faire… What about a Droid!? Patrick Delahanty drops by to show you his latest labor of love: a mouse droid from Episode IV of Star Wars! What is a Mouse…
Ham Nation 346: We Troubleshoot the Pineboard
Apr 12 • 66 min
Bob’s experience at the OzarkCon QRP Conference, FCC License Counts from the ARRL, using an MFJ 259c Antenna Analyzer and more! Hosts: Bob Heil, George Thomas, Don Wilbanks, and Amanda Alden We invite you to read, add to, and amend our show notes at…
This Week in Google 452: The Mormon Bartender Problem
Apr 11 • 122 min
Mark Zuckerberg answers Congress’ questions. Is YouTube for kids? Google Photos automatically generates cat videos. Alexa for Business. Questionable fireplace placement.Kevin’s Stuff: indieweb.orgStacey’s Things: Nest Hello and Are We Already Living in…
Windows Weekly 565: Ode to the Snipping Tool
Apr 11 • 95 min
Where, oh where, is Windows 10 version 1803? Patch Tuesday came and went with no announcement. Windows 10 version 17133 is clearly RTM: Microsoft has updated its status four times since initial release, including its first CU. On the bright side, more…
FLOSS Weekly 479: Pidgin
Apr 11 • 68 min
Pidgin is a graphical IM program that lets you sign on to AIM, Jabber, MSN, Yahoo!, and other IM networks. It supports many features of these chat networks, such as file transfers, away messages, buddy icons, custom smilies, and typing notifications.…
All About Android 364: That’s What Makes Android Android
Apr 11 • 98 min
This week, we discuss Google’s gift to ROM Flash-aholics, a Chromecast with Android TV, the ZTE Iceberg, the state of music apps on Android, tons of emails, and more! Read our show notes here. Jason - Music Mate (FREE up to 50 songs/$3.99):…
Security Now 658: Deprecating TLS 1.0 & 1.1
Apr 10 • 115 min
This week we discuss Intel’s big Spectre microcode announcement, Telegram is not long for Russia, the US law enforcement’s continuing push for “lawful decryption”, more state-level net neutrality news, Win10’s replacement for “Disk Cleanup”, a bug bounty…
MacBreak Weekly 605: Supersexy Swingin’ Sounds
Apr 10 • 118 min
Apple says a new Mac Pro is coming in 2019. Maybe with Apple-designed chips? Apple privacy vs Facebook. Google’s head of AI defects to Apple to fix Siri. Apple tops in gender pay equality. Azomov’s Foundation coming to Apple TV. Product(RED) iPhone 8 out…
iOS Today 390: Mikah Sargent’s Picks
Apr 10 • 97 min
Leo Laporte talks with Mikah Sargent about a self-control health app, useful note/sketching apps, the iOS gesture dilemma, the beautiful photos on Unsplash, and some very neat hardware picks like the Charge Stream Pad+ from Mophie! Hosts: Leo Laporte and…