All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

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Tech News Today 1797: Gurman Shows the Show
Jun 26 • 44 min
Avis Budget Group will help Waymo manages its self-driving car fleet of Chrysler minivans in Phoenix, where it started offering rides back in April. Avis Budget owns the two traditional rental car companies, plus on demand rental car company…
Know How… 322: Cloud Backup and Storage
Jun 26 • 50 min
Online storage options, and physical backup options. Host: Bryan Burnett For full show notes, visit https://twit.tv/shows/know-how/episodes/322
Triangulation 303: Don Dodge
Jun 26 • 59 min
Don Dodge is a Developer Advocate at Google. In his long and storied carreer, He has been a Developer Evangelist or Product Manager at Microsoft, Groove Networks, Napster, Alta Vista, Compaq, Forte, and DEC. Don talks with Leo Laporte about the many…
This Week in Tech 620: From Key West to Key Largo
Jun 25 • 136 min
Amazon buys Whole Foods, and might buy Slack. Travis Kalanick resigns as Uber CEO. The best drones money can buy. iPad Pro is the future of Mac laptops. Neighbor spoofing robocaller made a million calls a day. Apple Music now $99/year. Why Apple made the…
The Tech Guy 1399
Jun 25 • 111 min
What camera to use for international travel, repairing an iPhone 6 screen yourself, buying a Chromebook for audio editing, WiFi connection issues, computer for school, cutting the cord, best backup for home business, best waterproof action camera, and…
The Tech Guy 1398
Jun 24 • 145 min
What is neighbor spoofing? A Bluetooth speaker loud enough for a small event, the best way to sync contacts with Windows and iOS, getting pictures off an old flip phone, using your phone as a camera, streaming music from a laptop to a stereo, cloning an…
The New Screen Savers 110: Testing WiFi Routers & Mesh Networks
Jun 24 • 105 min
Leo Laporte and Florence Ion take a look at the new OnePlus 5 smartphone. Flo and Father Robert Ballecer, SJ share their reviews. Leo’s new Microsoft Surface Laptop has Windows 10 S. Is it more streamlined, secure and who is it designed for? Jim Salter…
Tech News Today 1796: Nobody Boxes in Baby
Jun 23 • 38 min
Google has decided to cease ads in Gmail, as well as stop the scanning of email contents for that purpose. G Suite business users were never exposed to such ads, but were still confused and concerned about the privacy implications as it affected their…
This Week in Enterprise Tech 245: The Rise of the Graph
Jun 23 • 64 min
Microsoft’s Developer Experience (DX) group’s Jeff Sakowicz talks about Microsoft Graph and how those API’s and tool kits can be leveraged in your applications. Hosts: Brian Chee and Louis Maresca Guest: Jeff Sakowicz Download or subscribe to this show at…
This Week in Law 391: Pai In The Sky
Jun 23 • 103 min
We light a candle for internet laws, the Swiss have holes in their speech protections, the internet is turning music upside down, Congress is doing the ostrich, Uber wish that it could too. Hosts: Denise Howell and Matt Curtis Guest: Peter Toren Download…
Tech News Today 1795: Total Bull Shot
Jun 22 • 47 min
Time Magazine is reporting that hackers accessed and manipulated voter data at least once during the 2016 presidential campaign, including social security numbers. According to official sources, some voter hacking was identified and rectified, and there…
Home Theater Geeks 359: Whole-Home Audio, Riva Style
Jun 22 • 65 min
Don North, president and chief designer at Riva Audio, talks about the company’s WAND (Wireless Audio Network Device) whole-home audio speakers, the Arena and Festival. Topics include driver designs, passive radiators, built-in class-D amps, Wi-Fi…
This Week in Computer Hardware 420: Intel’s Core i9 Benchmarked, and AMD’s EPYC new CPU
Jun 22 • 59 min
Intel’s Core i9 Benchmarked… AMD’s EPYC new CPU… 802.11AD is stupid fast at close range, does TCL have a $600 4K TV worth buying?… Don’t drop your Surface Laptop, Focal’s Spark, all that and more on This Week In Computer Hardware! Hosts: Ryan Shrout and…
Know How… 321: 3D Printed Fidget Spinners
Jun 22 • 49 min
Fidget spinners are all the rage now… So why not build your own! We design our own spinners with a 3D printer and have a spin off! Project Summary * Yeah… we’re making spinners Parts: 1. 22mm Unlubricated Bearing (22mm outer, 8mm inner, 7mm thick) (x8)…
Ham Nation 305: Prepping For Field Day
Jun 21 • 81 min
Gordo goes over field day do’s and don’ts, Val goes over upcoming events, Randy reports back from Seapac Raspberry Pi event, top of the news with Don, and Amanda answers the chat rooms questions! Hosts: Gordon West, George Thomas, Don Wilbanks, Valerie…
This Week in Google 410: Addicted to Convenience
Jun 21 • 109 min
Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods and how it could change grocery stores. The transition from an economy of goods to one of experiences. Uber and Lyft get their way in Texas after refusing to comply with an ordinance requiring fingerprint background checks…
Tech News Today 1794: Quick Drawing Conclusions
Jun 21 • 40 min
Travis Kalanick is stepping down from Uber permanently. Last week Kalanick announced a leave of absence, but now he says he’s giving up his position as the head of the ride-hailing company after pressure from investors. It’s not all bad news for Kalanick…
Windows Weekly 523: The Haarlem Shuffle
Jun 21 • 101 min
Mary Jo Foley and Paul Thurrott are in Haarlem with special guest Joost van Schaik from Wortell and a look at the HoloLens. Mary Jo likes Windows 10 S but is so-so about the new hardware. However, Paul likes the hardware yet is not a fan of Windows 10 S.…
All About Android 323: Benchmark for Good, Not Evil
Jun 21 • 99 min
This week, we’ll be discussing the OnePlus 5, Sony Xperia XZ Premium, YotaPhone 3, Firefox Focus, benchmark cheating, Bluetooth 5 mysteries, and more!Read our show notes here.Flo - White Trip:…
Security Now 617: When Governments React
Jun 20 • 125 min
This week we discuss France, Britain, Japan, Germany & Russia each veering around in their Crypto Crash Cars, Wikileaks’ Vault7 reveals widespread CIA WiFi router penetration, why we can no longer travel with laptops, HP printer security insanity, how…
MacBreak Weekly 564: Leakers Gonna Leak
Jun 20 • 131 min
Leo is back, and now he has a 10.5” iPad Pro. iOS 11 makes Macs less necessary than ever. HomePod could be the best speaker for you. Would you spend $17,000 for a top of the line iMac Pro? Apple’s ARKit will create a new generation of AR programs. Hosts:…
Tech News Today 1793: Uber Advent Calendar
Jun 20 • 37 min
Amazon launched a new service for Prime Members called Prime Wardrobe. Users pick three or more items of clothing, and they are added to a box to be delivered to the user’s home with seven days to try them on and free returns for anything they don’t want…
FLOSS Weekly 439: Flutter
Jun 20 • 54 min
Flutter is a new mobile app SDK to help developers and designers build modern mobile apps for iOS and Android. Adam is a co-founder of the Flutter project. Prior to starting Flutter, he was a top contributor to the open-source WebKit and Blink web…
Tech News Today 1792: The Layer 8 Problem
Jun 19 • 45 min
Tim Cook, Jeff Bezos, Eric Schmidt, Satya Nadella, plus the leaders of Oracle, IBM, Akami, and others met with President Donald Trump to discuss improvements and to offer ideas on how to overhaul the government’s tech infrastructure.Time Warner is working…
iOS Today 349: New iPad Pro
Jun 19 • 90 min
Jason Snell and Megan Morrone discuss the new 10.5” and 12.9” iPad Pros, and a look ahead to iOS 11. They answer a viewer question about how to get your Mac files onto the iPad Pro. They also talk about Apple’s new hires from Sony Entertainment and what…
Triangulation 302: Michael Summers - Exoplanets
Jun 19 • 94 min
Michael Summers is the author of Exoplanets: Diamond Worlds, Super Earths, Pulsar Planets, and the New Search for Life Beyond Our Solar System. Host: Fr. Robert Ballecer, SJ Guest: Michael Summers Download or subscribe to this show at…
Know How… 320: E3, Portable Dock, and RasPi MAME
Jun 19 • 51 min
We cover the headlines from E3 and what we’re excited to see in the coming year, how to make your Nintendo Switch Dock more portable, and build a MAME using a Raspberry Pi to rival an NES Classic!Amazon: Portable Switch Dock Thingiverse: Pocket Sized…
This Week in Tech 619: Honey, I Shrunk the Panel
Jun 18 • 122 min
Amazon buys Whole Foods, and has its eyes on Slack. Apple’s HomePod - Sonos killer? Facebook’s Safety Check causes stress. Twitter’s redesign. Voter fraud conspiracies. E3 announcements.Jason’s Pick: Zero Fasting TrackerBrian’s Pick: React NativePeter’s…
The Tech Guy 1397
Jun 18 • 140 min
How to use less cellular data, what iPad to buy, will iTunes offer high resolution audio? How much RAM you can put in a new iMac, how to manage your Apple ID online, backing up music from an iPad, fixing a Thunderbolt display, cheaper alternatives to…
The Tech Guy 1396
Jun 17 • 123 min
Why might you want an Xbox One X for your home theater, what is UHD? Split screen picture-in-picture, choosing the right OLED TV, improving OTA antenna reception, getting a TV with good sound built in, and more of your calls! Hosts: Scott Wilkinson and…
The New Screen Savers 109: Hands-On with Surface Laptop and New iPad Pro
Jun 17 • 67 min
Nathan Olivarez-Giles and Scott Wilkinson talk about Microsoft’s Xbox One X reveal at E3 2017 and Amazon buying Whole Foods. Sphero launched their new tech toy Spider-Man and we have their Product Manager Ryan Burnett with is to talk all about it and…
This Week in Enterprise Tech 244: Look Mom, I’m On CCTV!
Jun 16 • 57 min
Kelly points out that much of the ‘surveillance society’ in which we live today had its origins in World War I espionage with the highly secretive British intelligence organization Room 40 and the decrypting of the Zimmerman telegram. And as we know, its…
Tech News Today 1791: The Digital Crown
Jun 16 • 43 min
Amazon is buying Whole Foods for 13.4 billion dollars. The deal caused a quick sell-off of grocery store and shopping center stocks on wall street. According to Amazon, Whole Foods will continue to operate stores under the Whole Foods Market brand and CEO…
This Week in Law 390: Dr. Seuss in the Grotto with an Orion Slave Girl
Jun 16 • 117 min
Is the rational basis test rational? Can you trademark the devils horns? Join Denise Howell, Mike Keyes, Andrew Torrez, and Matt Curtis discuss what you need to consider when you share a photo of yourself. Does the right to publicity preempt copyright…
Home Theater Geeks 358: LG 65C7 OLED TV
Jun 15 • 78 min
Calibrator David Abrams and host Scott Wilkinson talk about the LG 65C7 OLED TV. Topics include the features of this TV, the pre-calibration measurements of grayscale and colorimetry, the SDR calibration results, the effect of the color-management system…
Tech News Today 1790: What’s a Yahoo?
Jun 15 • 40 min
Amazon unveiled an updated Dash Wand, exclusive to Prime Members that now includes Amazon’s voice assistant smarts, bringing all of Alexa’s skills, home automation controls, and easy ordering of groceries from Amazon Fresh by voice or by scanning an…
Know How… 319: DIY Wait Timer, NAS, and Feedback!
Jun 15 • 53 min
Build your own wait timer out of an Arduino with a light sensor, Synology 1517+ NAS review, a global hotspot, RasPi mSATA, and Synology surveillance station. Wait Timer — Mark Meszaros “I am currently a resident in a nursing home and have difficulty with…
This Week in Computer Hardware 419: NVIDIA Rocks the Apple Tax
Jun 15 • 46 min
First impressions of the new iPad Pro! Is bitcoin mining profitable again??? Samsung’s SICK 49” ultrawide display… and Alienware’s sicker 240Hz G-Sync and FreeSync displays. And hey, it’s the Xbox One X!!! Hosts: Ryan Shrout and Patrick Norton Download or…
Ham Nation 304: How a 12AX 7 Works
Jun 15 • 77 min
Gordo has shots from behind the scenes at Dayton Hamvention, Bob has a Pineboard kit on the way, George explains how a 12AX7 vacuum tube works, top news of the week with Don, and your questions answered by Amanda! Hosts: Bob Heil, Gordon West, George…
Tech News Today 1789: We Are All Hamsters on a Piano
Jun 14 • 53 min
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill have announced plans to draft new federal legislation for self-driving cars. Facing increasing pressure from car-makers, senators and representatives are compiling a legislative package on autonomous cars.Facebook is adding new…
This Week in Google 409: Practical Telepathy
Jun 14 • 96 min
Leo, Jeff, and Stacey are all off this week, so Jason Howell, Ron Richards, and Kevin Marks are in charge. The Essential phone will be a Sprint exclusive, but that doesn’t mean you can’t buy one and use it with whatever service you want. Google’s…
Windows Weekly 522: A Woman of Few Apps
Jun 14 • 110 min
Microsoft inaugurates the 4K generation with Xbox One X. $500 price tag is just right. Arrives November 7. Current games will look, play better on Xbox One X. Original Xbox games are coming to Backward Compatibility. Surface Laptop: is it lappable? And…
All About Android 322: AI Chat Butt
Jun 14 • 87 min
This week, we’ll be discussing the future of the Pixel, Essential gets a carrier, and we settle the Huawei topic once and for all!Read our show notes here.Flo - Patternator: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=bazaart.me.patternatorNirave -…
Security Now 616: Things Are Getting Worse
Jun 13 • 132 min
This week we discuss clever malware hiding its social media communications, the NSA documents the Russian election hacking two-factor authentication bypass, meanwhile, other Russian attackers leverage Google’s own infrastructure to hide their spoofing,…
MacBreak Weekly 563: Dongle Fever
Jun 13 • 98 min
Jason Snell fills in for the vacationing Leo Laporte to discuss what we’ve learned since WWDC a week ago. We get first impressions of HomePod and a review of the new iPad Pro. iOS 11 will have a significant impact on how we interact with iPads, and…
Tech News Today 1788: Demon Mario
Jun 13 • 48 min
Can Uber’s woes be fixed by an indefinite leave for its embattled CEO? Hosts: Nathan Olivarez-Giles and Fr. Robert Ballecer, SJ Guest: Mike Murphy Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/tech-news-today.Thanks to CacheFly for the…
FLOSS Weekly 438: Magento
Jun 13 • 57 min
Magento is the platform that scales with success. Sherrie Rohde is a Community Manager at Magento. She was originally introduced to Magento as a developer. As an active community member and forum moderator, Sherrie has extensive experience working with…
Tech News Today 1787: I’ll Still Call it Project Scorpio
Jun 12 • 58 min
Microsoft’s next Xbox has been unveiled — it’s called the Xbox One X and it’ll have a four-fold increase in graphics capability, a 31 percent increase in CPU speed, and a 50 percent increase in on-board RAM. But what you’ll notice, if you have a 4K HDR…
iOS Today 348: Running Apps
Jun 12 • 63 min
Megan Morrone and Nathan Olivarez-Giles discuss apps for runners who wear Apple Watches or use iPhones or iPads. Plus, Mixtiles and other last-minute gift ideas for Father’s Day Host: Megan Morrone Guest: Nathan Olivarez-Giles Download or subscribe to…
Triangulation 301: Steve Henn, 60db
Jun 12 • 63 min
Steve Henn is a Co-Founder of 60db, a personalized radio app focused on short-form stories. Steve talks with Nathan Olivarez-Giles about his history at NPR, why he started 60db, and what he sees for the future of radio. Host: Nathan Olivarez-Giles Guest:…
Know How… 318: Tech of Summer
Jun 12 • 52 min
We go over some of the technology that is must haves for summer fun! A waterproof speaker, easy to deploy pop-up tent, an ultrabook with great battery life, and more!Summer Fun!The Fugoo Style-S ~$140 * 4 Drivers (2 x 47mm full-range // 2 x 115mm Bass…
This Week in Tech 618: Snakes vs Alligators
Jun 11 • 109 min
Leo is out this week, so Jason Snell takes the reins. At WWDC this week, Apple announced their Amazon Echo killer, the HomePod. They also announced big updates to iOS 11, the 10.5” iPad Pro, and the (at least) $4999 iMac Pro. Catering to a slightly less…
The Tech Guy 1395
Jun 11 • 126 min
How to get rid of popups claiming you’ve been hacked, why you don’t need antivirus and how to protect yourself online, where to get an 8x10 printer, what to keep in mind when bringing a laptop to Europe, how to toggle high contrast mode on Windows 10 to…
The New Screen Savers 108: WWDC 2017
Jun 10 • 75 min
Nathan Olivarez-Giles and Fr. Robert Ballecer, SJ talk about what you need to know from Apple’s WWDC 2017. We’ll take a look at a new thermal camera for your phone, the FLIR ONE Pro, and talk to the company’s project manager, Rebecca Potter. Jason Howell…
The Tech Guy 1394
Jun 10 • 122 min
Traveling with electronics, is an unlimited data plan a good deal? Helping the elderly with TV experience, watching Netflix on a school network, changing the default browser, whats taking up space on my hard drive? And more of your calls! Host: Leo…