All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

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This Week in Tech 715: 8K + 5G
Apr 21 • 141 min
Top Stories This Week: Samsung’s Folding Phone Fail Apple vs Qualcomm: It’s Over! Qualcomm wins! What Is Intel’s Future After Apple? iMac Pro vs MacBook Pro: Which One Wins? iOS 13 Has Everything You Want, But Not the One Thing You Need Brexit, Muller,…
The Tech Guy 1585
Apr 21 • 117 min
Moving with IOT devices, troubleshooting hard drive backups, Gmail and Facebook tracking, refurbished iPads, Google Voice and more of your calls! Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Sam Abuelsamid and Chris Marquardt Download or subscribe to this show at…
The Tech Guy 1584
Apr 20 • 147 min
Million of Instagram passwords have been compromised, Facebook’s lack of security, frustration with the large telecom companies and their relationships with elected officials, a very affordable pair of in-ear monitors, Samsung’s folding phone, configuring…
Hands-On Tech: Lenovo Smart Tab P10 Review
Apr 19 • 7 min
Megan Morrone reviews the Lenovo Smart Tab P10. This 10.1” Android tablet doubles as an Amazon Alexa-enabled smart home hub when used with the included Smart Dock. Buy the Lenovo Smart Tab: https://twit.to/hot14 Host: Megan Morrone Download or subscribe…
This Week in Enterprise Tech 338: Crypto Seal of Approval
Apr 19 • 74 min
Intel calls out new security vulnerabilities, Amazon and Microsoft compete for a 10 billion dollar cloud and the TWiET Riot talks about Cryptowerk’s HORIZON: blockchain-based data integrity for complex, trustless environments. Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian…
Triangulation 394: Leander Kahney: Tim Cook
Apr 19 • 56 min
Megan Morrone speaks with Leander Kahney, the editor and publisher of CultofMac.com and author of Inside Steve’s Brain, Jony Ive: The Genius Behind Apple’s Greatest Products, and Cult of Mac, about his latest book, Tim Cook: The Genius Who Took Apple to…
Tech News Weekly 79: The AirPod People
Apr 18 • 62 min
- (01:41) The Samsung Galaxy Fold suffers before its even released. Quartz Technology Editor Mike Murphy wonders why his foldable phone still works.- (14:34) Join a new social network that connects you with people who’ve gone through the same stuff you…
This Week in Computer Hardware 513: Samsung Folding Phones: You’re Doing It Wrong!!!
Apr 18 • 47 min
Samsung Folding Phones: You’re doing it wrong. Apple and Qualcomm make up, Playstation 5 specs, and the dark dirty world of fake Amazon reviews!!! All that and more in TWiCH, This Week in Computer Hardware, episode 513! Hosts: Patrick Norton and Sebastian…
Ham Nation 398: Remembering Owen Garriott W5LFL
Apr 17 • 72 min
Remembering Owen Garriott W5LFL, Amateur Radio Newsline with Don, Solar Update with Dr Tamitha Skov, visit The National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting while in Ohio, George takes a look at the 2019 ARRL Repeater Directory, Dayton After Dark and…
Windows Weekly 617: It’s Pronounced XBox One “Sharday”
Apr 17 • 115 min
This Week’s Stories:Microsoft launches Surface Hub 2S: pricing, specs, and availability.An 85-inch version is on the way, and there’s a Surface Hub 2 display coming, too.Xbox One S All-Digital Edition debuts will cost $250.Microsoft announces Xbox Game…
This Week in Google 504: Gelato in Perugia With Craig
Apr 17 • 120 min
This Week’s Stories Documents “Confirm” Facebook Used Your Data Against Rivals Google I/O Plans: Will Pixel 3a Be There? YouTube Falsely Hints Notre Dame Fire was Terrorism Defending Assange: Hard but Necessary The Open Internet is Under Attack YouTube…
FLOSS Weekly 526: Ionic
Apr 17 • 65 min
Ionic Framework is the free, open source mobile UI toolkit for developing high-quality cross-platform apps for native iOS, Android, and the web—all from a single codebase. Build with intuitive UI components that accelerate app development, and can be…
All About Android 416: All About Foldables
Apr 17 • 97 min
Hands-on the Samsung Galaxy Fold with PocketNow’s Jaime Rivera, Ron’s review of the Moto G7s, LG wants to add a transparent screen, your Android phone can be used for 2FA and more! Ron - Goalify (FREE)…
Security Now 710: DragonBlood
Apr 16 • 132 min
• DragonBlood: the first effective attack on the new WPA3 protocol• Malicious use of the URL tracking “ping” attribute• The WinRAR Nightmare• More 3rd-party A/V troubles with Microsoft• What good did April’s patch Tuesday accomplish?• Adobe ‘s big patch…
MacBreak Weekly 657: Baked Apple
Apr 16 • 129 min
This Week’s Stories:• Qualcomm and Apple Settle Lawsuit• Apple as a Content Creator• Is Apple Really a Luxury Brand?• A Developer’s Perspective on Apple• Hulu, Netflix and Disney• With Apple Services Will Apple Become a Modern Day Digital Hub?Picks of the…
iOS Today 442: Best Apps for the iPad Mini 2019
Apr 16 • 88 min
Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone show off their favorite apps for the iPad Mini 2019 including The New York Times Crossword Puzzle, Kindle Prime Reading, Libby, Flipboard, and apps for airlines like Hawaiian and Southwest that let you watch their…
This Week in Tech 714: Baby’s First Chinese Internet
Apr 14 • 143 min
This Week’s Stories Julian Assange: Journalist or Wrecking Ball? House Passes Net Neutrality Bill, Senate and President Say No Cops Want Google to Give them the Goods Apple Wants All Mac Software Notarized How Far Do You Let Alexa into Your Life? Amazon…
The Tech Guy 1583
Apr 14 • 128 min
Computers for video editing, battery life issues on an older iPhone, replacing the battery yourself on a laptop, removing malware from Safari, suggestions for Fire TV models, why a callers’ phone screen is dimming randomly, is it safe to use your…
The Tech Guy 1582
Apr 13 • 137 min
People at Amazon are listening to your Alexa requests, why is my internet unreliable? Tips for cutting the cord, connecting a WyzeCam to a mesh router, why is my phone battery dying quickly after an update? Disney unveils Disney+ streaming service,…
This Week in Enterprise Tech 337: The Power Platform Movement
Apr 12 • 69 min
Yet more personal info is leaked by hotels, WPA3 vulnerabilities, the researcher that came up with modern virtualization gets the first ACM Charles Thacker award and we talk to Microsoft about their Power Platform and how you can automate your business…
Triangulation 393: Core Memory With Mark Richards
Apr 12 • 89 min
Mark Richards is a photojournalist and photographer of “Core Memory: A Visual Survey of Vintage Computers.” He talks with Leo Laporte about his career including photographing combat in Afghanistan, chronicling his cancer treatment and preserving computer…
Tech News Weekly 78: Phubbing Your Wife
Apr 11 • 42 min
(01:45) Louise Matsakis, Staff Writer at Wired, talks about Facebook’s new rules for the dead and her interview with Facebook COO Sheryl Sanberg. Louise’s story “Facebook Rolls Out More Features for Dead People” is up on WIRED.com(12:27) We asked Tony…
This Week in Computer Hardware 512: NVIDIA Brings Ray Tracing to the Masses
Apr 11 • 61 min
NVIDIA GTX Gets Ray Tracing Drivers!!! WPA3 cracked and patched, Elgato’s Cam Link 4k, SSD Picks, and yes, your Android phone is now a security key! Hosts: Patrick Norton and Sebastian Peak Download or subscribe to this show at…
Hands-On Tech: iPad Air (2019) Review
Apr 11 • 7 min
Megan Morrone reviews the newest $500 iPad Air 3. The middle-of-the-road iPad looks the same outside but has some significant upgrades inside. Find out if this device is powerful enough for your needs. Host: Megan Morrone Download or subscribe to this…
Ham Nation 397: AMECO AC-1 on AM & Contest University
Apr 10 • 71 min
Bob’s AMECO AC-1 on AM, creative ways to hide your antenna with Gordon and Carl, Amateur Radio Newsline with Don, Contest University with Tim Duffy and Ray Novak, chatroom questions with Amanda and more! Hosts: Bob Heil, Gordon West, George Thomas, Don…
This Week in Google 503: Get Off Stacey’s Lawn!
Apr 10 • 105 min
This Week’s Stories Staceysplaining Google Cloud Next Australia and the UK vs Free Speech on Social Media Google Drone Tests in Australia Google Cancels its AI Ethics Board in Record Time Larry and Sergei: MIA G Suite and Google Home: Better, but Still…
Windows Weekly 616: It’s All About Windows 7
Apr 10 • 104 min
This Week’s StoriesMicrosoft releases first public previews of the new Edge to the Canary and Dev channels.Blockbuster: Microsoft is making major changes to WaaS in Windows 10 version 19H1.Windows 10 19H1 moves to the Release Preview Ring after MSFT…
FLOSS Weekly 525: Mycroft
Apr 10 • 62 min
Mycroft is the Private and Open Voice Solution for Consumers and Enterprises. It runs anywhere - on a desktop computer, inside an automobile, or on a Raspberry Pi. This is open source software which can be freely remixed, extended, and improved. Mycroft…
All About Android 415: Claw Control
Apr 10 • 114 min
Florence Ion reviews the LG G8 ThinQJoshua Vergara goes hands-on with the Black Shark 2 gaming phoneHands-on with the Xiaomi Mi 9More new features in the Android Q Beta 2 updateQualcomm announces two new midrange chips, the Snapdragon 665 and 730Snapchat…
Security Now 709: URL “Ping” Tracking
Apr 9 • 135 min
This Week’s StoriesYet another capitulation in the (virtually lost) battle against tracking our behavior on the Internet with URL “ping” tracking.UK government’s plan to legislate, police and enforce online social media contentMicrosoft’s Chromium-based…
MacBreak Weekly 656: 5G Drama
Apr 9 • 109 min
This Week’s Stories:Beats Powerbeats Pro Review: All the Things You Love About AirPods, With Extra BassApple and the Right to RepairApple Poaches Another Google AI ExpertApple Patents New Version of MagSafeMing-Chi Kuo: Mini-LED coming to Apple display,…
iOS Today 441: How to Move Your Smart Home
Apr 9 • 76 min
Leo Laporte is on vacation, but tech journalist and podcaster Mikah Sargent from the Clockwise Podcast joins Megan Morrone to tell you everything you need to know before you move your smart home. Hosts: Megan Morrone and Mikah Sargent Download or…
Hands-On Tech: Moment Tele & Wide Lenses Review
Apr 9 • 4 min
Upgrade your smartphone photography game with Moment’s M-series lenses. Megan Morrone reviews Moment’s Tele 58mm Lens that will give you a 2x optical zoom, the Wide 18mm Lens that lets you capture 2x more picture, and the Nomad x Moment Rugged iPhone Case…
This Week in Tech 713: Earables
Apr 7 • 119 min
This Week’s NewsIce Tea, Sandwiches, and CybersecurityTeslas Hacked by StickersAustralia Bans Violent Material on Social MediaApple News+: Dead Tree Media’s Savior or Annihilator?Facebook Wants Real NewsApple’s 5G QuandaryApple and Amazon “Hearables”The…
The Tech Guy 1581
Apr 7 • 137 min
Options for recording over the air shows, choices for an inkjet printer, talking about DAT files, properly stopping a print job from a printer, troubleshooting emails, gaming systems for 3D implants and more of your calls! Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Sam…
The Tech Guy 1580
Apr 6 • 119 min
Moving contacts from an older version of Microsoft Outlook to a newer version, troubleshooting an Amazon Echo, differences between different GoPro hero models, best services to file your taxes and more of your calls! Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Scott…
This Week in Enterprise Tech 336: Troubleshooting Clowns
Apr 5 • 81 min
Facebook unfriends a whole lot of people, The FBI wants your ancestry DNA info, and we talk to Booking Bug about customer engagement and scheduling systems. Hosts: Louis Maresca, Curt Franklin, and Heather “Mo” Williams Guest: Glen Shoosmith Download or…
Triangulation 392: Kate O’Neill - Tech Humanist
Apr 5 • 80 min
Denise Howell speaks with author Kate O’Neill, The Tech Humanist”, about her new book, “Tech Humanist: How You Can Make Technology Better for Business and Better for Humans.” They discuss her background, she was one of the first 100 employees at Netflix,…
This Week in Computer Hardware 511: Intel’s 56-Core CPU and a Couple of Gorgeous Cases!
Apr 4 • 69 min
Intel’s new 56-core CPU is not an April Fool’s joke! Alienware’s Area-51M is on sale and tops out at $5,000! Plus, how good is a 10-year-old PSU? Also, a look at some gorgeous PC cases from be quiet! and Sentry. All that and more on TWiCH, This Week in…
Tech News Weekly 77: Flexitarian Approved
Apr 4 • 41 min
(01:26) Apple News+ is one week old, and Edmund Lee from the New York Times has insight into its early numbers. (16:26) Kelsey Piper from Vox says that Google’s new AI ethics board is more about PR than about actually driving change.(27:29) Burger King…