All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

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Know How… 412: Console Hacking
Dec 13 • 66 min
With a passion for old school video game consoles, and a lot of ingenuity, people are hacking their consoles to create automated systems that can play through classic games as well as enable features in the hardware that no one ever anticipated. Jason…
Ham Nation 380: K3LR Antenna Projects and Santa!
Dec 13 • 76 min
Tim Duffy’s “little” antenna project, using a graphing analyzer to check impedance on a coax cable, how to listen to the AMSAT Fox-1 Cliff satellite, getting kids on the air to talk on the Santa Net! Hosts: Bob Heil, Gordon West, George Thomas, and Don…
This Week in Google 486: The Road to Nunavut
Dec 12 • 126 min
Huawei CFO gets bail in Canada, awaits extradition to USChina detains Canadian ex-diplomat in retaliationMarriott breach blamed on ChinaNo Chinese spy chips found on Super Micro servers Google CEO tells Congress “No plans” for Chinese search enginePichai…
Windows Weekly 599: Inside Clippy
Dec 12 • 110 min
The rumors were true: Microsoft will move Edge to ChromiumRelated: Firefox is screwed, and it knows this. But it’s spreading FUD to make its caseWindows 10 19H1… New build brings improvements to Notepad for some reason (FOR SOME REASON??)The Snapdragon…
FLOSS Weekly 510: YottaDB
Dec 12 • 58 min
A lifelong hacker and geek, K.S. Bhaskar has been programming for almost half a century, and as a consequence of the technology gap between India and the US when he was an undergraduate, has programmed computers designed in the 1950s. He spent many years…
All About Android 399: The Infinity Oh No!
Dec 12 • 97 min
This week, we discuss the clumsy demise of Google+, Allo, and Hangouts, the Samsung Galaxy A8, the Honor View 20, hole-punch displays, dual-screen devices, RCS Chat on Verizon, and more! Read our show notes here. Jason - Habitify (FREE)…
MacBreak Weekly 640: Fruit Company Adjacent
Dec 11 • 127 min
Apple Watch ECG feature is liveiPhone XR’s great cameraGlobal smartphone growth is downTrade war heats up: China bans iPhones, US arrests Huawei CFOApple’s new sleep monitor50th anniversary of the “Mother of All Demos”Super Micro audit: no Chinese spy…
Security Now 693: Internal Bug Discovery
Dec 11 • 135 min
Australia’s recently passed anti-encryption legislationDetails of a couple more mega-breaches including a bit of Marriott follow-upA welcome call for legislation from MicrosoftA new twist on online advertising click fraudThe DHS is interested in…
iOS Today 425: Leo’s iOS Gift Guide
Dec 11 • 103 min
Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone discuss Leo’s holiday gift picks to get and to give. The Big Mouth Billy Bass with Alexa, the Echo Input, and the Anker 59 watt USB-C Charger are all great gifts for under $50. If you want to splurge, try the Sound Devices…
Valley of Genius 14: Mark Pauline
Dec 10 • 15 min
Mark Pauline is the founder of Survival Research Labs, an art collective famous for its pyrotechnic shows featuring giant robots. He talks about his most infamous show, which resulted in a freeway in San Francisco being shut down due to the giant flames…
This Week in Tech 696: I’ve Got Mark-Level Sign-Off
Dec 9 • 145 min
What role did Facebook play in the French riots?Tumblr bans porn, Facebook bans vague hints that sex might be a thing that exists.Meanwhile in the UK, Parliament releases sensitive internal Facebook memos and emails.Tik Tok is where all the youngs are…
The Tech Guy 1548
Dec 9 • 144 min
Smartphone sales are declining, best email client for IMAP, using Wi-Fi calling with a carrier, what the future holds for self-driving trucks, using multiple monitors with a MacBook Pro, SD cards for taking pictures, why Windows might prompt you to…
The Tech Guy 1547
Dec 8 • 140 min
More than 250 deaths taking selfies worldwide, the best way to store cables while traveling, new features for Amazon Echo, printer malware, finding a “vanilla” Android phone, Australia’s anti-encryption law and more of your calls! Host: Leo Laporte…
The New Screen Savers 186: Hands-On with the Google Pixel Slate Chrome OS Tablet
Dec 8 • 86 min
On ‘The New Screen Savers’ recorded on Saturday, December 8, 2018, with Leo Laporte and Jason Howell:Leo and Jason discuss Canada’s arrest of a Huawei exec, Australia’s anti-encryption law, Google shutting down Allo, and Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 855…
Triangulation 375: Francis Dinha: OpenVPN
Dec 7 • 60 min
Frances Dinha is the CEO of OpenVPN. He talks with Jason Howell about growing up in Iraq, founding OpenVPN, and why you need to be very careful choosing a VPN. Host: Jason Howell Guest: Francis Dinha Download or subscribe to this show at…
This Week in Law 445: We Only Take Stamps
Dec 7 • 120 min
Mastercard and Microsoft team up to create a “digital identity” system, is group chat the future of social media? Brokering Bitcoin, smart contract developers and the SEC, are browsewrap terms of service enforceable? And more! Hosts: Denise Howell and…
This Week in Enterprise Tech 319: Oracle: Marketing Cloud
Dec 7 • 66 min
Customer Relations Management used to be a really fancy contact list, but Oracle’s Marketing Cloud is the next step in using automation to anticipate what your customers want and when they want it. Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, and Curt Franklin…
Tech News Weekly 60: Porch Pirates
Dec 6 • 64 min
2:04 Civil had big plans to revolutionize journalism, but it fell far short of its token sales goal. Leigh Cuen from CoinDesk shares what this means for Civil newsrooms.14:02 Mark Gurman from Bloomberg has details on the surprising news that Huawei CFO…
This Week in Computer Hardware 494: Qualcomm Extreme
Dec 6 • 54 min
Qualcomm Extreme: let’s talk about the 8cx CPU for windows, the Snapdragon 855, and, oh yeah, 5G. NVIDIA DXR Ray tracing vs. frame rates, the Titan RTX, 4K TVs for your desktop monitor, and so much more in episode 494 of TWiCH, This Week in Computer…
Know How… 411: Classic Gaming
Dec 6 • 46 min
Retro gaming is big, with legacy consoles being re-released in miniature formats, and aftermarket third party consoles upgrading the capabilities of the originals. Jason Howell and Sam Machkovech from Ars Technica take a closer look at what you get with…
Ham Nation 379: Elecraft and QRZ
Dec 5 • 78 min
We’re celebrating two milestone anniversaries: 25 years of QRZ and 20 years of Elecraft. We talk with QRZ Founder Fred Lloyd (AA7BQ) about the early days of the site, and Elecraft Co-Founders Eric Schwartz (WA6HHQ) and Waybe Burdick (N6KR) about the…
This Week in Google 485: The French Connection
Dec 5 • 109 min
When will Google kill Hangouts? Definitely not until after it kills Allo, but (probably) before it kills Android Messages. Pixel Slate pros and cons. Pixel 3 XL review after a month of use: still buggy. Flutter 1.0 will bridge the Android / iOS divide. Is…
Windows Weekly 598: Giant Hairball of Code
Dec 5 • 106 min
Edge vs ChromiumIs Microsoft about to switch rendering engines in its Windows 10 browser?Is this a good thing or bad thing for 1. the industry; 2. developers; 3. users (Yes, yes, and yes; let’s debunk some myths.)Will it still be called Edge?Will it…
FLOSS Weekly 509: OpenVPN
Dec 5 • 60 min
With more than 50 million downloads, OpenVPN has been in the open source networking space since its founding in 2004. Its Private Tunnel service provides “last mile” security to millions of consumer mobile devices, doing everything from online purchasing…
All About Android 398: Fee Fi Fo Phone
Dec 5 • 102 min
This week, we give discuss much-needed holiday gift advice, Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon, Samsung’s 5G Verizon phone, Huawei’s development of a non-Android OS, Google Play’s Best of 2018 list, the bad state of YouTube Music, and more! Read our show notes…
Security Now 692: GPU RAM Image Leakage
Dec 5 • 143 min
Another Lenovo SuperFish-style local security certificate screw upThe Marriott breach and several other new, large and high-profile secure breach incidentsThe inevitable evolution of exploitation of publicly exposed UPnP router servicesThe emergence of…
MacBreak Weekly 639: Multichannel Wiener Filter
Dec 4 • 103 min
Unsurprisingly, Apple’s 2019 iPhones will NOT have 5G.Apple Music is coming to an Alexa device near you.Apple explains exactly how Siri works on the HomePod.Wireless charging AirPods are coming, but where is AirPower?Apple App Store’s Best of 2018 listThe…
iOS Today 424: Smart Home Starter Kit
Dec 4 • 99 min
Megan Morrone and Mikah Sargent discuss gift ideas for smart home experts and smart home beginners. The Hue Starter Kit, LifeX bulbs, Koogeek smart plug and other small devices make great stocking stuffers. Plus, Apple Music comes to the Amazon Echo,…
Valley of Genius 13: Steven Levy
Dec 3 • 9 min
Steven Levy is a legendary tech journalist and author of the seminal book Hackers. He talks about the reaction to his book and the famous Hackers Conference that followed. Hosts: Leo Laporte and Adam Fisher Guest: Steven Levy Download or subscribe to this…
This Week in Tech 695: Friends in Bikinis
Dec 2 • 122 min
Black Friday was Amazon’s biggest sales day everMarriott Hack hit half a billion Starwood guests for 4 yearsIndian Microsoft scammers bustedAmazon’s new machine learning racecar, quantum blockchain, and more from re:InventWhen is Amazon rolling out Prime…
The Tech Guy 1546
Dec 2 • 139 min
What 4K TVs to buy, using Mint for online banking, what MP3 player to buy, turning off active noise cancellation on an Android phone, best computer for a student, using Time Machine for backups on macOS Mojave, how to switch email providers, best computer…
The New Screen Savers 185: temi - The Personal Robot Assistant for Your Home
Dec 1 • 87 min
On ‘The New Screen Savers’ recorded on Saturday, December 1, 2018, with Leo Laporte and Iain Thomson:Leo and Iain discuss Marriott’s massive breach of 500 million customer’s data, CRISPR-edited babies, and NASA’s InSight lander on Mars.Danny Isserles from…
The Tech Guy 1545
Dec 1 • 150 min
A new Microsoft scam is reported by the NY Times, using a Samsung Galaxy S9 with your own SIM card, buying your own modem for Verizon FIOS, troubleshooting a laptop touchpad, the best password managers, mesh routers, alternatives to a cable DVR and more…
Triangulation 374: Bruce Schneier: Click Here to Kill Everybody
Nov 30 • 54 min
Bruce Schneier is a renowned security expert and the author of Click Here to Kill Everybody. He talks with Jason Howell about the many difficulties we face in securing technology. Hosts: Leo Laporte, Megan Morrone, and Jason Howell Download or subscribe…
This Week in Law 444: Make It ‘Til You Fake It
Nov 30 • 114 min
Taylor Swift’s record deal may affect the music industry, Bobby Brown sues over the Whitney Houston documentary, website blocking, data privacy, and insurance, the first GDPR fine, Payless wants to see how much people will pay for $20 shoes, Alexa on the…
This Week in Enterprise Tech 318: Trek10: Serverless Applications
Nov 30 • 66 min
Trek10 talks about event-driven architectures and how the many advantages of using FaaS is revolutionizing enterprise applications Hosts: Louis Maresca, Curt Franklin, and Brian Chee Guest: Andy Warzon Download or subscribe to this show at…
Tech News Weekly 59: No Money, No Lipstick, No Problem
Nov 29 • 65 min
1:55 How Purple Air crowd sources its air quality sensors to bring vital information about pollution to everyone16:56 On-demand motorized scooter companies Lime and Bird are influencing helmet laws and taking risks at rider’s expense.27:41 Digital artist…
This Week in Computer Hardware 493: Cheap SSDs, Dead RTX GPUs, and Mouse Feet
Nov 29 • 73 min
We’ve got reviews of Samsung’s new 860 QVO SSDs. We also discuss Lenovo’s Legion C730 Gaming Cube, Drobo’s 8D DAS, tariff fears, and some pretty awesome mouse feet! All that and more in TWiCH episode 493! Hosts: Patrick Norton and Allyn Malventano…
Know How… 410: Holiday Games Guide
Nov 29 • 57 min
The holidays are right around the corner, and that gamer in your life will appreciate just how much you know about the best games to gift them this year! Jason Howell and Sam Machkovech from Ars Technica take a comprehensive look at the year’s best…
Ham Nation 378: Measuring Coax Impedance
Nov 29 • 71 min
The new ARRL 2019 calendar is here, Amateur Radio Newsline with Don, Larry the Radio Ham Guy shows off the Drok LM2596 voltage regulator, winterizing your equipment with Dan, the Santa Watch Net is coming, and Amanda with chat room questions! Hosts: Bob…