All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

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Home Theater Geeks 351: NAB 2017
Apr 27 • 71 min
Calibrator David Abrams, journalist Mike Heiss, and consultant Geoff Tully talk about what they saw and learned at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) 2017 convention this week. Topics include the first live 4K stream from space, the ATSC 3.0…
Tech News Today 1756: Apple Passing the Buck
Apr 27 • 29 min
The newly launched Google Assistant SDK will let developers tap into the AI power of Google Assistant from their own prototype hardware. It’s currently a Developer Preview though, so anyone interested in commercializing hardware based on the SDK will…
This Week in Computer Hardware 412: Opting for Optane
Apr 27 • 60 min
Intel Optane Memory…faster than lightning! Which HD should you buy??? Is AMD Vega around the corner? Windows is adding Power Throttling, three new monitors from Dell, and HyperX has a lightweight gaming mouse! Hosts: Patrick Norton and Allyn Malventano…
Know How… 306: Steampunk Goggles Ver. 2 Finished
Apr 27 • 52 min
Follow along as we sit down to finish the Steampunk Goggles Version 2!See episode 304 for the parts list. Hosts: Fr. Robert Ballecer, SJ and Bryan Burnett Connect with us!Don’t forget to check out our large library of projects at…
Ham Nation 297: Contesting Ethics and Power Supplies
Apr 26 • 62 min
Batteries with Bioenno Power, ethics in contesting, show us your Radio Shack receipts, the Pine Board High Voltage Power Supply, and Amanda interviews net controllers of the Ham Nation 300th episode special event stations Kevin KC7FPF and Steve W7UDI.…
This Week in Google 402: Garanimal House
Apr 26 • 117 min
Google will change search to favor quality, reliability, and authority. But what is “quality?” Amazon Look is an Echo with a camera and sharp fashion sense. Goodbye, Net Neutrality. Twitter beats the street. Uber almost gets kicked out of the App Store…
Tech News Today 1755: Paint it Vantablack
Apr 26 • 36 min
Changes are coming to government oversight of net neutrality rules that were approved two years ago. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced a new plan that signals a move away from those rules, and towards self regulation by the industry itself.Instagram now has…
Windows Weekly 515: You Will be Degraded
Apr 26 • 120 min
Invoke: Microsoft’s awaited answer to the Echo. Why is MS holding back the promised public preview of the Cortana Skills Kit? Meanwhile, Amazon’s now doing a voice powered Echo camera (for fashionistas, to start). Creepy or cool? Microsoft to roll out new…
All About Android 315: We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Badges
Apr 26 • 78 min
This week, we’ll be discussing Google’s upcoming ad blocker, multi-user support for Google Home, a hands-on with the larger Samsung Galaxy S8+ and revised Gear VR, Xiaomi’s plan to come to the US, Google Play Awards nominees, and more!Read our show notes…
Security Now 609: The Double Pulsar
Apr 25 • 117 min
This week Steve and Leo discuss how one of the NSA’s Vault7 vulnerabilities has gotten loose, a clever hacker removes Microsoft deliberate (and apparently unnecessary) block on Win7/8.1 updates for newer processors, Microsoft refactors multifactor…
Tech News Today 1754: Self-Driving Husband
Apr 25 • 45 min
If you live in the Phoenix area you can now apply to be part of a self-driving car testing program from Waymo, which was formerly Google’s driverless car program and is now under the Alphabet umbrella. Testers have access to a driverless car with a test…
MacBreak Weekly 556: Un-Unroll Me!
Apr 25 • 136 min
Two more entries in the seemingly endless stream of Uber scandals. Scandal #1: Uber almost gets kicked out of Apple’s App Store for identifying iPhones. Scandal #2: Unroll.me, which bills itself as an automated email unsubscribing service, sold data it…
FLOSS Weekly 431: Stacki
Apr 25 • 61 min
Stacki is a very fast and easy-to-use bare metal provisioning tool. There are zero prerequisites for taking systems from bare metal to a ping and a prompt. Stacki is open source and is intended to invite collaboration. Host: Randal Schwartz Guests:…
Tech News Today 1753: Heads Will Unroll.me
Apr 24 • 41 min
SlingStudio is a new production hub aimed at video producers looking to up their game on Facebook Live and YouTube Live. The hub can accept 10 video feeds from wired and wireless cameras and smartphones, and allows for real time video switching from an…
iOS Today 342: Spring Clean Your House and Sell Your Old Stuff with an App
Apr 24 • 80 min
Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone want to help you with your spring cleaning. Instead of selling your stuff on CraigsList or a garage sale, use a new app to sell everything. Hosts: Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone Download or subscribe to this show at…
Triangulation 295: Cory Doctorow
Apr 24 • 72 min
Cory Doctorow’s latest novel is Walkaway, a look into the future of mass surplus and mass unemployment. He talks to Leo Laporte about how people reinvent themselves, the difference between disaster and catastrophe, the future of copyright, and his refusal…
Know How… 305: RasPi Alexa
Apr 24 • 30 min
Digital assistants, and how to build your own RasPi Alexa with voice activation. Amazon Echo $179.99 “- Better for Amazon Services- Speaker, omnidirectional- Better as assistant, supports more services- Smart home controls- Streaming (for Amazon services,…
This Week in Tech 611: Bezel Come Back
Apr 23 • 159 min
At the F8 Developer Conference, Facebook shows off its hot new augmented reality technology - which looks a whole lot like Snapchat. Apple is secretly working on non-invasive blood sugar detection, which could be a boon to millions of diabetics. Apple…
The Tech Guy 1383
Apr 23 • 125 min
Did you know Facebook Camera is now a platform? Everyone is getting on the augmented reality bandwagon, setting up multiple monitors and work spaces for Mac, how to access your mail and forward it to another account or client, Chris Marquardt’s tips on…
The Tech Guy 1382
Apr 22 • 134 min
Facebook’s future with augmented and virtual reality, is my browser infected? Leo reviews the Samsung Galaxy S8+, troubleshooting slow Wi-Fi, the best headphones for mastering audio, how far can you run an HDMI cable? And more of your calls! Host: Leo…
The New Screen Savers 101: S8, F8, and Kart 8 are Gr8!
Apr 22 • 90 min
Leo Laporte and Florence Ion discuss F8 2017, Facebook’s developers conference, and the announcements around AR, VR, 360 cameras, AI, message bots, and so much more. Robert Scoble went to F8 and is here to look into the future. Speaking of AR, we have…
Tech News Today 1752: Please Don’t Squeeze the Juice
Apr 21 • 54 min
Apple’s self-driving car technology can control the steering, acceleration, braking, lane changing and u-turning of Lexus SUVs. We learned this from a Business Insider report based on a public records request for Apple’s driverless car testing in…
This Week in Enterprise Tech 236: Honeypots & Deceptive Solutions
Apr 21 • 81 min
Ray Pompon, Principal Threat Researcher Evangelist, F5 Labs, will be participating and speaking to the topic of deceptive solutions and honeypots. Hosts: Fr. Robert Ballecer, SJ, Brian Chee, and Louis Maresca Guest: Ray Pompon Download or subscribe to…
This Week in Law 383: Bunch of Bull
Apr 21 • 115 min
Is the girl on wall street a derivative work of the bull? Join Mike Keys, Denise Howell, Evan Brown, and Matthew Curtis discuss the latest developments in technology law. What does it take to file for a declaratory judgment? Does the taking of wireless…
Tech News Today 1751: Palmer Luckey is Back, Sort Of
Apr 20 • 44 min
MasterCard is working on a fingerprint sensor that’s built into your physical credit or debit card and will work with the chip to verify your in-person purchases.The Google Assistant built into the Google Home speaker can now recognize multiple different…
This Week in Computer Hardware 411: AMD Radeon RX580 vs. The World!
Apr 20 • 58 min
AMD Radeon RX 500 series GPUS, Intel Optane SSD DC P4800X 375GB, one beast of an Optane drive, Logitech’s G413 backlit mechanical keyboard, Facebook wants you to type WITH YOUR MIND, Nintendo’s gonna break your heart w/ a Mini Super Nintendo Entertainment…
Know How… 304: Let’s Solder! Steampunk Goggles Rev. 2
Apr 20 • 65 min
Part 1 of building your own Steampunk Goggles revision 2. Hosts: Fr. Robert Ballecer, SJ and Bryan Burnett For full show notes, visit https://twit.tv/shows/know-how/episodes/304
Home Theater Geeks 350: The Future of Cinema
Apr 20 • 74 min
Video guru Joe Kane talks about what he saw and learned at CinemaCon 2017, the trade show for commercial-cinema owners. Topics include the lengths to which theater owners will go to attract customers, such as augmented-reality lobby posters, first-class…
Ham Nation 296: HN on TV in KC
Apr 19 • 75 min
What is TV25 and how you can tune in, Tim Duffy is in studio to talk about Contest University, Gordo has a coloring book for ham radio, George shows how to read a resistor, Don’s top news of the week with Dr. Skov solar weather forecast, and Amanda asks…
Tech News Today 1750: Geek Cred Credenza
Apr 19 • 48 min
Day two of Facebook’s F8 developer conference in San Jose kicked off with a company keynote presentation that’s focused on futuristic technologies that are at least a few years off. Facebook’s Building 8 division says its hoping to develop sensor…
This Week in Google 401: A New Interface Paradigm for Your Friends
Apr 19 • 134 min
At Facebook’s F8 developer Conference, Mark Zuckerberg and team announced their new focus on augmented reality, hanging out in virtual reality, Messenger bots, millimeter wave radio internet, VR cameras, AR glasses, typing with your mind, and hearing with…
Windows Weekly 514: Bash on Windows
Apr 19 • 139 min
Q & A with Special guest Rich Turner, Senior Project Manager, Bash on Windows and Windows Console. Windows 10 Cloud. Checking in on Creators Update rollout and Redstone 3. A blast from the past: Charles Simonyi is coming back to Microsoft. Microsoft…
FLOSS Weekly 430: ScreenStudio
Apr 19 • 50 min
ScreenStudio will let you record your desktop in a full HD video files. Overlay some text or even your webcam. It will also let you stream your desktop to services like UStream, Hitbox or Twitch.tv. Its open source and built around “ffmpeg” that is…
All About Android 314: OK Googenflaggen
Apr 19 • 103 min
This week, we’ll go hands-on with the Samsung Galaxy S8, also Google’s antitrust settlement in Russia, how Burger King gamed Google Home, stabilizing video with Google Photos, and tons of your feedback!Read our show notes here.Flo - Adobe Premiere Clip:…
Security Now 608: News & Feedback Potpourri
Apr 18 • 141 min
This week Steve and Leo discuss another new side-channel attack on smartphone PIN entry (and much more), Smartphone fingerprint readers turn out to be far more spoofable that we had hoped. All Linux kernels prior to v4.5 are vulnerable to a serious remote…
Tech News Today 1749: A Fan-a Cabana
Apr 18 • 43 min
Facebook is holding its annual F8 developers conference in San Jose, California, where they launched the beta version of Facebook Spaces, its way of merging its efforts in the social realm with its efforts in Virtual Reality.David Marcus, the head of…
MacBreak Weekly 555: Shufflepuck Cafe
Apr 18 • 105 min
New Mac Pro needs to be versatile to survive. Apple has a secret team working on a noninvasive diabetes sensor. iPhone 8 to have curved OLED screen, vertical dual camera, tiny bezel. Apple gets permission to test self-driving cars in California. Apple…
TWiT Live Specials 319: Facebook’s F8 Keynote
Apr 18 • 90 min
On the first day of Facebook’s F8 Developer Conference, Mark Zuckerberg announced Facebook’s shift to augmented reality. Facebook’s camera will be capable of recognizing people and objects and add Snapchat-like effects to the world. Facebook is hoping…
Tech News Today 1748: Grand Theft Unicorn
Apr 17 • 39 min
Over the weekend a man posted a minute long video of himself murdering Robert Godwin Sr, who appeared to have no relation to the murderer. The video remained on Facebook for hours before being taken down. A representative from Facebook says they know they…
iOS Today 341: Best Apps by Australian Developers
Apr 17 • 57 min
Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone get a visit from some Australian high school kids and show off all their favorite apps by Australians. Pocket Casts will help you organize your podcast addiction. Dumb Ways to Die will save your life. Procreate will help your…
Know How… 303: Personal Security
Apr 17 • 60 min
Protect yourself with MFA, encrypted messaging apps, and surf anonymously with the TOR browser. Hosts: Fr. Robert Ballecer, SJ and Bryan Burnett Guest: Nathan Olivarez-Giles For full show notes, visit https://twit.tv/shows/know-how/episodes/303
Triangulation 294: Games for Change
Apr 17 • 59 min
Asi Burak is the author of Power Play: How Video Games Can Save the World. He is also the founder of Games for Change. He talks with Leo Laporte about the many ways video games can be used to foster positive change in the world. Host: Leo Laporte Guest:…
This Week in Tech 610: Zombie Shopping Malls
Apr 16 • 113 min
United "overbooking": what’s the real story? A murder streamed on Facebook Live. Apple sues Qualcomm, Qualcomm sues Apple right back. Windows 10 Creators Update is here - are you excited for 3D Paint? The internet Archive emulates early Macs. Princeton…
The Tech Guy 1381
Apr 16 • 131 min
The difference between a modem and a router, how to tell if the GPS is working in an Android phone, resolving sound driver problems after Windows 10 Creators Update, best professional DSLR cameras to consider, Apple’s Fusion Drive vs. SSD, photo…
The New Screen Savers 100: PancakeBot
Apr 15 • 70 min
Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone bring you a special 100th episode. The inventor of the PancakeBot, Miguel Valenzuela, joins us from Norway to talk about how his daughter inspired the contraption. Wallace Tucker from the Smithsonian Astrophysical…
The Tech Guy 1380
Apr 15 • 138 min
Remembering the contributions of Robert Taylor, fixing a crashing iPad 2, finding an international phone that works in the U.S., what to look for when buying a desktop computer, troubleshooting a slow internet connection, how to get compensated when…
Tech News Today 1747: How Long is Your Pig’s Tail?
Apr 14 • 35 min
Uber has shared its revenue growth with Bloomberg, showing net revenue of $6.5 billion in 2016, with net losses at $2.8 billion. Uber says it doubled its gross bookings to $20 billion dollars.According to a notice on the California DMV website, Apple has…
This Week in Enterprise Tech 235: VDI with VMware Horizon
Apr 14 • 65 min
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is so much more than just remote access and VMWare Horizon is a solution to the secure remote access, provisioning, and management of both full virtual desktops and virtual applications so that you can run legacy and…
Home Theater Geeks 349: The Best Blu-rays & UHD Blu-rays
Apr 13 • 72 min
Ralph Potts, Blu-ray reviewer for AVS Forum, talks about his home theater system and his favorite Blu-ray and UHD Blu-ray titles, including some of the best titles for image quality in both HD and UHD, immersive audio, and 3D. He also discusses high…
Tech News Today 1746: Hell Breaks Loose at Uber
Apr 13 • 34 min
According to the Information, Uber used secret software to track Lyft drivers’ location and to determine what drivers were working for both Uber and Lyft in order to give them bonuses and to convince them to work only for Uber.T-Mobile scored big in the…
Know How… 302: DIY Steampunk Goggles Revision 2
Apr 13 • 63 min
Revision 2 of the Steampunk Goggles project has improved comfort, strength and a stealthy cartridge system upgrade! Parts ​Vintage Steampunk Goggles ~$8 Triple Lens Loupe ~$7 Steampunk Gears ~$7 16 LED WS2812 Ring ($4 x2) ~$8 Arduino Nano ~$3 10k Rotary…
This Week in Computer Hardware 410: Ryzen 5 and the AMD Power Plan
Apr 13 • 60 min
Ryzen 5 Benchmarks rock, and what’s up with AMD’s custom Power Plan?!? FreeNAS or Hardware RAID, Nintendo cancels the NES Classic, Unigen’s got a sick stress test for your GPU, and more! All in this episode of This Week in Computer Hardware! Hosts: Ryan…
Ham Nation 295: 60 Meters and Chicken Heads
Apr 12 • 62 min
Gordo encourages people to learn morse code and how to adjust your straight key, Bob gets purple chicken head knobs, Val talks 60 meters, Don delivers this week’s top stories in the news, and Amanda answers your questions! Hosts: Bob Heil, Gordon West,…
This Week in Google 400: Toot, Not Tweet
Apr 12 • 127 min
Burger King’s new ad sets off Google Home on purpose. Mastodon is great, but it’s not a Twitter killer. Facebook’s $14 million investment in reputable news. How to keep from being dragged off a plane. Whatever happened to Google Books’ plan to digitize…
Tech News Today 1745: Qualcomm the Musical
Apr 12 • 38 min
An arbitration battle charging that BlackBerry overpaid Qualcomm for royalties ruled in Blackberry’s favor. As a result, Qualcomm now owes Blackberry $815 million in an agreement that is binding and can’t be appealed.TechCrunch reports that Justin Kan,…