All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

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TWiT Live Specials 324: Samsung Galaxy UNPACKED 2017
Aug 23 • 66 min
Samsung unveils the Galaxy Note 8 and demonstrates its new features, including a dual camera, enhanced S Pen, Bixby integration, and Dex dock. Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/twit-live-specials.Thanks to CacheFly for the…
All About Android 331: Oh, it’s Oreo
Aug 23 • 104 min
This week, we’ll be discussing the official release of Android Oreo, making phone calls with Google Home, Ron’s time with the Essential Phone, the Nokia 8, Asus ZenFone 4, tons of feedback, and more!Read our show notes here.Jason - Dinosaurs Among Us…
Tech News Today 1837: CrashPlan B
Aug 22 • 38 min
We all know by now, contrary to logic, that unlimited rarely truly means no limits. Case in point is Verizon’s announcement that those currently unlimited plans will have three different types of unlimited to choose from, each carrying their own unique…
Security Now 625: Security Politics
Aug 22 • 138 min
This week we discuss the continuing Marcus Hutchins drama, the disclosure of a potentially important Apple secret, a super-cool website and browser extension our listeners are going to appreciate, trouble with extension developers being targeted, a…
MacBreak Weekly 572: Reverse Polish Notation
Aug 22 • 107 min
iPhone Rumors. SEP encryption hacked. Hidden Apple job listings. AirPods shipping faster. iMessage wins the messaging war. Disable Touch ID with “cop button.” AccuWeather iPhone app sends user location even when turned off.Rene’s Pick: Aukey CC-S1 CAr…
iOS Today 357: Best Free Stuff Right Now
Aug 22 • 73 min
Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone talk about the best free stuff on your iPad, including magazines and productivity apps. Plus, how to use IFTTT to find out when the most popular paid apps are free. And why you might want to start wearing your Apple Watch on…
Tech News Today 1836: Insecure Enclave
Aug 21 • 38 min
Google’s next operating system will be called Android Oreo 8.0. The Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Pixel, and Pixel XL builds have entered carrier testing, but with less than 15 percent of Android users on the current build, it might be a while until you get the…
Triangulation 311: Andreas Weigend
Aug 21 • 69 min
Andreas Weigend is the author of Data for the People: How to Make Our Post-Privacy Economy Work for You. He gives Jason Howell his advice how people should behave in an era of big data, and how companies should give us access to our own data. Host: Jason…
TWiT Live Specials 323: Android O Release
Aug 21 • 30 min
Google unveils Android Oreo, its latest dessert-themed operating system. Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/twit-live-specials.Thanks to CacheFly for the bandwidth for this special presentation.
Know How… 338: Back to School! Part 2
Aug 21 • 39 min
Small rugged speakers for your dorm room:The Fugoo Style-S4 Drivers (2 x 47mm full-range // 2 x 115mm Bass Radiators)20 Watts (93db)Waterproof (IP67)Can be paired (Like the Fugoo GO!)15 Hours of battery lifeVoice SpeakerphoneBluetooth 4.2 for 100 feet…
This Week in Tech 628: Trash Analytics
Aug 20 • 129 min
Next week: All the Android you can handle! Google to launch Android O. Essential Phone arrives. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 announcement. Squeeze the Pixel 2. Is “google” the next “escalator”? Jeff Immelt may be Uber’s next CEO. Intel makes Coffee Lake a…
The Tech Guy 1415
Aug 20 • 139 min
How to view the eclipse safely, how to code in Windows PowerShell, staying safe on a public WiFi network, best eCommerce options, how to know if a notification from Facebook is legit, photo advice from Chris Marquardt for the eclipse, and more of your…
The New Screen Savers 118: Eclipsing Photography
Aug 19 • 82 min
Leo Laporte and photographer Scott Bourne chat with Trey Ratcliff about how to make your photos come to life and move with his app Plotagraph Pro. Megan Morrone continues her path to digital enlightenment with the second part of her #DigitalCleanse series…
The Tech Guy 1414
Aug 19 • 128 min
Watching the solar eclipse safely, wireless home theater systems, the best password manager, creating strong passwords, what will Android O be called? Resources for repairing your old gadgets, and more of your calls! Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Johnny Jet…
Tech News Today 1835: Crepuscular Rays
Aug 18 • 45 min
Google is set to release the next version of Android, as well as finally sharing with the world what tasty dessert it chose to represent Android O.iOS 11 beta 6, released earlier this week, includes a feature that lets users disable touch ID by tapping…
This Week in Law 396: The Possibilities Are Endless
Aug 18 • 119 min
Star Trek mock ups and fair Suess. Stripes, chevrons, what’s the use? Join Denise Howell, Mike Keyes, Mark McKenna, and Matthew Curtis as they discuss tiki torches and brand management. LinkedIn is enjoined, what will they do? Dog selfies - will PETA sue?…
This Week in Enterprise Tech 253: Cannabis as a Service
Aug 18 • 68 min
Flowhub’s Point-of-Sale has been carefully crafted for the cannabis industry and reports to CTS & METRC automatically, and was recently voted the best solution in the industry by the Laurel Awards. We also talk about dumb locks and freaking fast Wi-FI on…
Tech News Today 1834: The Bothie Phone
Aug 17 • 39 min
More tech leaders are speaking out against President Donald Trump’s response to the racist violence in Charlottesville and donating to non-profits.If you’ve ever wanted to wander around inside stranger’s homes, now you can with Google Earth.Nokia’s new…
Know How… 337: Back to School!
Aug 17 • 52 min
Let’s talk about laptops! Acer Chromebook R-13MediaTek Quad Core ARM Cortex-A72/A53 Multi-Processor13.3-inch 1920 x 1080 IPS (170 degree) screen with multi-touch4GB of LPDDR3 Memory (Not Expandable)64GB internal storage * MicroSD Card Reader802.11…
Home Theater Geeks 367: Immersive Audio for VR
Aug 17 • 68 min
Audio engineer Bob Schulein talks about his work combining immersive binaural audio with virtual reality. Topics include the difference between VR for gaming and music recordings, different techniques for capturing binaural sound, head tracking, combining…
This Week in Computer Hardware 428: AMD Vega 64 - You Can’t Buy One and the Price is Probably Going Up Anyway
Aug 17 • 35 min
AMD’s Radeon Vega: we finally have benchmarks for the 64 & 56 vs. NVIDIA’s GTX 1070, 1080, and 1080Ti, you can’t buy one, and the price is going up?!? Samsung Portable SSD T5 reviewed, VRAM prices on the rise, The Surface DID have problems… and more, all…
Ham Nation 313: The Solar Eclipse and Young Ham of the Year
Aug 16 • 77 min
We talk to the 2017 Young Ham of the Year Marty Sullaway. Bob Heil continues teaching about the Pine Board Project and makes a dipole. George Thomas takes a look at its schematics of the Pine Board and explains how the transmitter works. Dr. Tamitha Skov…
Tech News Today 1833: Arachnobotnophobia
Aug 16 • 38 min
The Wall Street Journal says that Apple plans to invest one billion dollars into the acquisition and production of its own TV shows, while aiming to match the quality of HBO content.AltspaceVR might not be shutting down after all as the company posted…
This Week in Google 418: I Want a Three-Tier Tiffen
Aug 16 • 113 min
Neo-Nazi site The Daily Stormer kicked off Go Daddy, Google, Cloudflare, Twitter, and more. Essential phone will be here next week. Pixel 2 passes the FCC, will feature squeezable sides. Allo on the web is still too limited. YouTube will show how many…
Windows Weekly 531: B is for Broadwell
Aug 16 • 157 min
What did Microsoft know about problems with its Surface devices and when did officials know it? PT has seen a leaked memo and has the scoop - And some follow-up context. Even if Consumer Reports’ methodology is questionable and MS has turned the corner,…
FLOSS Weekly 446: LibreOffice
Aug 16 • 55 min
LibreOffice includes several applications that make it a powerful Free and Open Source office suite on the market. Development is open to new talent and new ideas, and their software is tested and used daily by a large user community. Hosts: Randal…
All About Android 330: Stocked and Unlocked
Aug 16 • 84 min
This week, we’ll be discussing the long awaited arrival of Allo for desktop, Android O’s solar eclipse, hands-on with the Asus ZenFone AR and the ZTE Zmax, Motorola Gamepad Mod, a ton of your feedback, and more!Read our show notes here.Jason -Vista Golf…
Security Now 624: Twelve and Counting
Aug 16 • 142 min
This week we have a Marcus Hutchins update, the backstory on the NIST’s rewrite of their 15-year-old password guidance, can DNA be used to hack a computer? Can stop sign graffiti be used to misdirect autonomous vehicles?, the final nail in the…
Tech News Today 1832: Smart Dog Security
Aug 15 • 37 min
Why Uber must submit to privacy audits for the next twenty years. How to watch a movie in a theater every day for only $10 a month. And Geoffrey Fowler from the Wall Street Journal joins Jason Howell and Megan Morrone to talk about how seniors can learn…
MacBreak Weekly 571: Cardboard Hats for Dung Beetles
Aug 15 • 118 min
What will Apple’s redesigned iPhone be named? Will it have Touch ID and facial recognition? And most importantly, will it come in Blush Gold? Scott Bourne is here to give us some computational photography tips. More signs point to an LTE Apple Watch. How…
iOS Today 356: Best Apple TV Apps Right Now
Aug 15 • 74 min
Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone discuss what’s new with Apple TV and Leo shows off his favorite eclipse apps. Plus, how to create your own Lonely Planet guide with your photos. Hosts: Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone Download or subscribe to this show at…
Tech News Today 1831: Netflix Hires Hollywood
Aug 14 • 37 min
One White Supremacist website, the DailyStormer, was hosted by GoDaddy until last last night when the site was given 24 hours to move its domain for violating the terms of service by encouraging additional violence. Today, many news outlets are reporting…
Know How… 336: Geocaching
Aug 14 • 44 min
What is geocaching, how to find them, and why it’s fun to go exploring for them!Physical geocaches often consist of:Waterproof containerLog book w/ pen or pencilTrade items or trackablesThere are now over 2.8 million geocaches in over 180 countries…plus…
Triangulation 310: Walt Mossberg
Aug 14 • 75 min
Walt Mossberg has been reporting on tech since 1991. He talks to Leo Laporte about his recent retirement, how he got his start, and his history as a “tech kingmaker.” Host: Leo Laporte Guest: Walt Mossberg Download or subscribe to this show at…
This Week in Tech 627: Do You Inkwell?
Aug 13 • 136 min
Leo, Ashley Esqueda, Michael Nunez, and Dylan Tweney debunk the “Google Memo.” Mark Zuckerberg still refuses to admit he is running for president. If you use Instagram’s “Inkwell” filter, you are probably depressed. Google is taking over the open…
The Tech Guy 1413
Aug 13 • 136 min
T-Mobile to launch its own Android phone for $125, how to make Facebook posts private, alternatives to Google Picasa, is it possible to use a virtual reality headset with an Apple device? Using Google Voice to send SMS messages, using WhatsApp on the…
The Tech Guy 1412
Aug 12 • 129 min
Consumer Reports downgrades their Microsoft Surface recommendation, Google celebrates the birth of Hip Hop, where can you find HDR content? Upgrading to a mesh router, finding the right monitor for a laptop, ride sharing alternatives to Uber and Lyft,…
The New Screen Savers 117: Robotic Safe Cracker
Aug 12 • 82 min
Leo Laporte and Iain Thomson talk with Nathan Seidle, the founder of SparkFun Electronics about the safe-cracking robot he created and how it works. It was one of the most popular exhibits at DEF CON. Is your digital life a mess? Megan Morrone is here to…
This Week in Law 395: Outsourcing Bias and Whales
Aug 11 • 112 min
Is Naruto the real Naruto? A competitive market for hacker mercenaries? Join Denise Howell, Emory Roane, and Matthew Curtis dissects whether humans are biologically unsuited for IT employment. Is Disney following COPPA or following you? Can we scrape your…
Tech News Today 1830: Echo Chamber Everywhere
Aug 11 • 68 min
This week the Federal Communications Commission in the US said Americans might not need high speed internet access at home through cable or fiber, and that smartphone access is just fine. SoundCloud narrowly escaped demise with last minute funding and the…
This Week in Enterprise Tech 252: Trusting Your Hybrid Cloud
Aug 11 • 56 min
Edwin Yuen of the Enterprise Strategy Group talks about their research on hybrid cloud adoption and asks the question: “are we doing this right?” Hosts: Brian Chee and Louis Maresca Guest: Edwin Yuen Download or subscribe to this show at…
Home Theater Geeks 366: The World According to Bob Carver
Aug 10 • 69 min
Audio legend Bob Carver talks about what he’s been up to lately with his new company, Bob Carver Corporation. Topics include tube amps and why they continue to be so appealing, new approaches to tube-amp design, increasing tube longevity, amplifier…
Tech News Today 1829: Consumer Reports Surface Tension
Aug 10 • 52 min
SNAP missed every one of Wall Street’s expectations in its quarterly earning, delivering less revenue and fewer users than investors had hoped for. The only glimmer of hope was that animated hot dog, which was viewed 1.5 billion times and called, “the…
Know How… 335: LED Clock Build Part 5
Aug 10 • 49 min
Part 5 of the DIY LED Clock build has come to an end! Here’s how to wire, solder, and assemble the complete build of the clock. Hosts: Fr. Robert Ballecer, SJ and Bryan Burnett Connect with us!Don’t forget to check out our large library of projects at…
This Week in Computer Hardware 427: Damn, That’s Fast!
Aug 10 • 54 min
Theadripper… we got benchmarks! 8th gen Intel CPUs are coming, Samsung’s newest V-Nand, a 96TB NAS from LaCie, or maybe a petabyte of storage in a 1U rack from Intel? Anker’s built an Alexa device, the Eufy Genius, and there’s a new $125 android phone…
Ham Nation 312: Lets Talk About L and Pi
Aug 9 • 67 min
Bob continues teaching about the Pine Board Project, Val is back from her trip and has a DX report, top news of the week with Don, Gordo has advice for the upcoming solar eclipse and more! Hosts: Bob Heil, Gordon West, Don Wilbanks, Valerie Hotzfeld, and…
This Week in Google 417: Fire and Furry
Aug 9 • 142 min
Google engineer writes men’s rights diatribe. Google fires him. Discussion ensues. Also: Deepmind vs. Starcraft, get a new phone every 30 days, Amazon’s secret brands, Instagram depression, and the 8th best tech writer in the US.Stacey’s thing:…
Tech News Today 1828: The TonkaBook
Aug 9 • 67 min
Essential announced that Amazon’s Alexa Fund and Tencent have invested $300 million into the company. The phone will be sold on Amazon and Best Buy when it finally gets a release date that could be within a few weeks.Intel finalized its acquisition of…
Windows Weekly 530: Lifting Thor’s Hammer
Aug 9 • 122 min
Xbox Fall Creators Update test builds start rolling out. Alpha Ring testers get a glimpse of what’s coming. Interestingly, this build is 1710, which means it’s target arrival date is October. Related: Microsoft revamps its stupid Xbox Insider Program…
FLOSS Weekly 445: Allthingsopen.org
Aug 9 • 64 min
All Things Open 2017 will take place October 23 - 24 at the Raleigh Convention Center in Raleigh, NC. It explores open source, open tech, and the open web in the enterprise. It will feature some of the most well known experts in the world, as well as…
All About Android 329: Nooks and Crannies
Aug 9 • 84 min
This week, we’ll be discussing the new Samsung Galaxy S8 Active, hands-on with the Honor 9, YouTube’s new Android TV app that people seem to hate, crashy app crack down, tons of your email, and more!Read our show notes here.Flo - USB type C Simulator:…
Security Now 623: Inching Forward
Aug 8 • 137 min
This week we discuss and look into DigiCert’s acquisition of Symantec’s certificate authority business unit, LogMeIn’s LastPass Premium price hike, the troubling case of Marcus Hutchins’ post-Defcon arrest, another instance of WannaCry-style SMBv1…
Tech News Today 1827: This Podcast Is for the Dogs
Aug 8 • 52 min
The author of the so-called “anti-diversity manifesto” has been fired from Google. CEO Sundar Pichai said publicly that the contents of the memo violated Google code of conduct, giving those who claim Google isn’t open to dissenting opinions more ammo to…
MacBreak Weekly 570: Bare-Chested Justin
Aug 8 • 124 min
Apple Watch will add LTE data capabilities. Apple hits a new record stock high after a successful Q3 earnings call. iPhone is going to own AR. iOS 11 camera improvements will make Vic Gundotra happy.Alex’s pick: Ubiquity AmplifiRene’s picks: Obscura,…
iOS Today 355: Back to School 2017
Aug 8 • 70 min
Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone show you their favorite back to school apps and products, including tools to help organize your gear and parental controls for your kids’ iPads and iPhones. Hosts: Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone Download or subscribe to this…