All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

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This Week in Tech 688: Written to Binge
Oct 14 • 129 min
Defending Bloomberg’s Chinese spy chip story Google+ killed by a breach that wasn’t a breach.Facebook breach that WAS a breach hits 30 million users. In related news, Facebook now sells a video chat device with a camera that can follow your every…
The Tech Guy 1532
Oct 14 • 144 min
Leo’s thoughts after trying out the Magic Leap One augmented reality headset, whether or not to replace an Airport Extreme with a mesh router, streaming services that work overseas, how to block robocalls, why a TV may be suddenly shutting off, Johnny Jet…
The New Screen Savers 178: Hands-On With Magic Leap’s AR Headset
Oct 13 • 97 min
On ‘The New Screen Savers’ recorded on Saturday, October 13, 2018, with Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone:Leo and Megan discuss the week’s new product announcements from Facebook and Google, including Portal from Facebook and Google’s Home Hub, Pixel Slate,…
The Tech Guy 1531
Oct 13 • 131 min
Google announces the Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel Slate, and Google Hub. How does the Pixel 3 compare to Apple’s iPhone XS? Yahoo Mail password woes, how necessary is it to have a Blu-ray player for a 4K TV? Whether to buy a MacBook Air or Mac Mini, adding…
Triangulation 368: Nicole Lazzaro
Oct 12 • 75 min
Nicole Lazzaro is the President of XEODesign and an expert in UX (user experience) design for video games. She talks with Leo Laporte about designing games that give you a feeling of agency, engagement, and fun. Hosts: Leo Laporte, Megan Morrone, and…
This Week in Enterprise Tech 312: NeoPulse AI Toolkit
Oct 12 • 71 min
The NeoPulse Framework is an AI solution for the creation, deployment, and distribution of custom AI models on-premise or in the cloud. The NeoPulse Framework is designed to simplify these tasks while giving maximum flexibility to its users. Hosts: Louis…
This Week in Law 438: Answering Is A Sign Of Weakness
Oct 12 • 120 min
Fitbit data helps solve a murder case, Fyre Festival organizer sentenced to 6 years in prison, Nintendo vs. real life Mario Karting, a copyright Battle Royale between video game companies, Google+ will shut down after a data leak, laws to get rid of…
Tech News Weekly 53: Let Google Take Over
Oct 11 • 36 min
1:02 Cherlynn Low from Engadget talks about the Pixel 3, the Pixel Slate, the Google Home Hub, and other announcements from the Made by Google event this week.15:42 Bullies are alive and well on Instagram. Taylor Lorenz from The Atlantic asked teens what…
This Week in Computer Hardware 487: Pixel 3 and 3 New Intel CPUs!!!
Oct 11 • 59 min
Pixel 3, Google Home Hub, and a Slate. Plus, 3 new Intel CPUs, Project Unicorn Vomit gets an SSD, and a gaming headset that cools your ears. Hosts: Patrick Norton and Allyn Malventano Download or subscribe to this show at…
Know How… 404: Virtual Reality
Oct 11 • 53 min
Virtual Reality is experiencing explosive growth and that means you have options! From mobile phone solutions like Daydream, to high-end systems like the Oculus Rift, Sam Machkovech from Ars Technica and Jason Howell show them off and advise on ways to…
Ham Nation 371: The New Handbook Is Here!
Oct 10 • 62 min
Connectors with Gordo, the ARRL Handbook for 2019 with George, the upcoming Air Land Sea Fest with Don, a few words from the author of Ham Radio is Alive and Well and Amanda with chat room questions! Hosts: Gordon West, George Thomas, Don Wilbanks, and…
Windows Weekly 590: The News from Leak Woebegone
Oct 10 • 129 min
Breaksclusive: The Windows 10 1809 rollout is officially a disaster.After rushing Win 10 1809 to the finish line (without a Release Preview), MS starts rolling it out on October 2. Users start reporting their files, photos and other data being deleted.On…
This Week in Google 477: Rotimatic
Oct 10 • 129 min
Kevin Tofel has the Pixel 3 XL, and gives us his first impressions. #1: Best. Photos. Ever.Pixel Slate: should you dump your laptop and get this?Google Home Hub: simplifying the smart home.Facebook Portal: now Facebook has a camera that can follow your…
FLOSS Weekly 501: Sway
Oct 10 • 64 min
Sway is tiling Wayland compositor and a drop-in replacement for the i3 window manager for X11. It works with an existing i3 configuration and supports most of i3’s features, plus a few extras. Hosts: Randal Schwartz and Dan Lynch Guest: Drew DeVault…
All About Android 390: A Made By Google Kind of Day
Oct 10 • 103 min
This week, Florence Ion and Ron Richards talk with Duncan Jaffrey from ausdroid.net about today’s Made By Google event including the announcements of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, Google Home Hub, Pixel Slate, third generation Chromecast, Pixel USB earbuds,…
Security Now 684: The Supply Chain
Oct 9 • 128 min
An October Surprise of a different sort - Windows 10 update deletes users’ filesA security researcher has massively weaponzied the existing MicroTik vulnerability and released it as a proof-of-conceptA clever voicemail WhatsApp OTP bypassWhat happened…
MacBreak Weekly 631: Talk to the Pan!
Oct 9 • 106 min
Bloomberg’s Alleged Chinese Chip hack: Is it for real?AnandTech’s incredibly in-depth iPhone XS ReviewiOS 12.0.1 fixes charging and data bugsApple Watch Series 4 crashes due to Daylight Saving TimeMinecraft for Apple TV canceled due to lack of…
iOS Today 416: Move Your Music Playlists from Spotify to Apple Music
Oct 9 • 83 min
Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone explore the new features of Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music, and Vox. Plus, Como Audio offers high-end multi-room music players to compete with Sonos. Also, how to move your music playlists from Spotify to Apple Music or…
TWiT Specials 334: Made by Google Fall 2018
Oct 9 • 83 min
Google announces the Pixel 3, Pixel Slate, and Home Hub at its Made By Google 2018 event. Hosts: Leo Laporte and Florence Ion Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/twit-live-specials.
Valley of Genius 5: Alan Kay
Oct 8 • 18 min
Alan Kay is one of the founders of Xerox PARC. In his own words, he talks about developing early personal computers, the famous demo at Xerox PARC that gave Steve Jobs the idea for the Macintosh, and his feeling that computing has failed. Hosts: Leo…
This Week in Tech 687: Odorless and Weightless Hackers
Oct 7 • 137 min
Bloomberg reports that China used tiny chips to spy on Apple, Amazon, and the US government. Apple and Amazon deny it. How do we know who is right? All the news from the Microsoft Surface event, plus some rumors of what was supposed to be there but…
The Tech Guy 1530
Oct 7 • 138 min
More on the Bloomberg story about the hacked Supermicro motherboards, downloading all of your email to search it, extending Wi-Fi, recovering a phone’s password, best cameras for a beginner, why Bluetooth audio might be dropping out, versions of Linux…
The Tech Guy 1529
Oct 6 • 146 min
Has China hacked our corporate servers with a tiny chip? Problems with Microsoft’s latest 1809 update for Windows 10, Scott Wilkinson is in studio to review Hisense’s new 100” Dual Color Laser TV, networking and syncing 6 computers at home,…
The New Screen Savers 177: Hisense’s New 100-Inch 4K Dual Color Laser TV
Oct 6 • 88 min
On ‘The New Screen Savers’ recorded on Saturday, October 6, 2018, with Leo Laporte and Scott Wilkinson:Leo and Scott discuss Bloomberg’s bombshell story claiming that China had spy chips embedded in data centers of Apple and Amazon, which the companies…
This Week in Enterprise Tech 311: Midori Interactive Will Answer Your Text
Oct 5 • 69 min
Over 80% of Americans text regularly; over 6 billion texts are sent every day and Midori Interactive wants to tie AI into the business process with an extensible AI chatbot system. Hosts: Louis Maresca, Curt Franklin, and Heather Williams Guest: Noah…
This Week in Law 437: FRANDS With Benefits
Oct 5 • 122 min
How non-practicing entities are bad for innovation, incentivizing examiners to improve patent quality, Qualcomm vs. Apple round 1, China claims the most patents in the world - are they valid? Finding problems in the “Inventor Protection Act”, the Trump…
Triangulation 367: Jeroen Wijering
Oct 5 • 61 min
Jeroen Wijering is the creator, co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer of JW Player. He talks with Leo Laporte about how he invented the embeddable web video player, the complications of web video, and how buffering works. Host: Leo Laporte Guest: Jeroen…
Tech News Weekly 52: Of Mice and Radiation
Oct 4 • 54 min
1:54 Bloomberg Businessweek broke a major story alleging Chinese hacking of US-made motherboards and newrooms are split on the validity of the report. Iain Thomson from the Register talks about the payload, Apple and Amazon’s vehement denials, and what’s…
This Week in Computer Hardware 486: China Hacked a Lot of Server Hardware
Oct 4 • 53 min
Wi-Fi 6 promises to fix all the WiFi, China hacked so many Supermicro servers, Microsoft’s new Surface gear, and try out quantum computing for yourself! Hosts: Ryan Shrout and Patrick Norton Download or subscribe to this show at…
Know How… 403: Gaming Rigs
Oct 4 • 42 min
Unsure whether to buy a console or invest in a gaming PC? Sam Machkovech from Ars Technica joins Jason Howell to help demystify the many hardware components within a top tier gaming rig to make the process easier to understand. Also, overclocking to…
Ham Nation 370: Charlie Wooten Broadcast Engineer on Hurricane Recovery
Oct 3 • 80 min
Bob Heil on Duke City Hamfest, HRO Superfest Milwaukee with Dan Vanevenhoven, Portable HF antennas with Gordo, George Thomas talks with broadcast engineer Charlie Wooten about his emergency response team, and more! Hosts: Bob Heil, Gordon West, George…
This Week in Google 476: Warm and Defeated
Oct 3 • 138 min
20 Years of GoogleGoogle Assistant gets a makeoverInstagram “reality”Assassin’s Creed streaming in ChromeSo, so many leaksUS DOJ vs CA on Net Neutrality”AI written” adsPicks of the WeekLeo’s Pick: Won’t You Be My NeighborMike’s Thing: Lite Apps…
Windows Weekly 589: Cut the Tip Off, Closer to the End
Oct 3 • 123 min
Microsoft refreshes the Surface Laptop, Surface Pro, and Surface StudioMicrosoft takes on Bose/Beats with Surface HeadphonesHP launches the Spectre Folio, an unholy melding of leather and metal.Surface All Access - what is it? How much is it?Microsoft…
FLOSS Weekly 500: Contributing to Open Source
Oct 3 • 66 min
VM (aka Vicky) spent most of her 20 years in the tech industry leading software development departments and teams, and providing technical management and leadership consulting for small and medium businesses. Now she leverages nearly 30 years of free and…
All About Android 389: Pie Chart
Oct 3 • 87 min
This week, we discuss Project Stream, Made by Google event preview, Sony Xperia XZ3 hands-on, RED’s delayed Hydrogen One, LG V40 ThinQ and it’s five cameras, Wear OS 2.1 roll-out, Voice Access by Google, your email, and more! Read our show notes…
Security Now 683: The Facebook Breach
Oct 2 • 124 min
This week we discuss yet another treat from Cloudflare, the growing legislative battle over Net Neutrality, the rise of Python malware, Cisco’s update report on the VPNFilter malware, still more Chrome controversy and some placating, the rapid…
MacBreak Weekly 630: The Squirrels Aren’t as Sharp
Oct 2 • 123 min
iPhone XS charging issuesITC Judge: iPhones infringe Qualcomm patent, but can still be importedApple store robbers bustedApple Memoji trademark lawsuitiPhone XS camera: face smoothing or noise removal?70 new emojis in iOS 12.1, including llamas, bagels,…
iOS Today 415: Easy iPhone XS Setup
Oct 2 • 77 min
Jason Snell gives us his reviews of the iPhone XS, XS Max, Apple Watch Series 4, and iOS 12.The easiest way to set up your new iPhone.How to use Apple Watch’s new walkie-talkie featureThe best features of iOS 12 - Shortcuts and speeding up older iPhones…
Valley of Genius 4: Scott Hassan
Oct 1 • 12 min
Everyone knows Larry Page and Sergei Brin, but who really came up with the idea of creating the Google search engine? Meet Google’s unknown third creator, Scott Hassan. Hosts: Leo Laporte and Adam Fisher Guest: Scott Hassan Download or subscribe to this…
This Week in Tech 686: Older Than the Mini Jack
Sep 30 • 135 min
How to tell if your Facebook account is one of the 50 million that were hacked this weekWhy the founder of Instagram left Facebook”Funding secured” tweet costs Elon Musk his chairmanship and $40 millionGoogle turns 20More leaks from Google’s upcoming…