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TWiT, Leo Laporte
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Leo Laporte brings some of the most interesting personalities in technology together to talk about the most important issues. Fun, relaxed, informative and always entertaining, count on TWiT for the best tech podcasts in the world. Catch all the shows live 24 / 7 / 365 at https://twit.tv/live

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The Tech Guy 1795

PC booting issues, regaining access to your email account after it being compromised, good notetaking applications, the praises of the Apple Watch, reading websites with hard-to-read font colors, transferring data from DropBox to iDrive, the best way to backup and organize your photos, putting your…

This Week in Tech 822: Five Pounds of Mortadella

Facebook Oversight Board, Google vs. Roku, Epic vs. Apple, Musk on SNL SNL and Elon Musk: Dogecoin takes center stage. What's wrong with Doge? 'Tiger King' star Carole Baskin explains why she's releasing a 'purr-ency' crypto coin. Oversight Board upholds former President Trump's suspension…

The Tech Guy 1794

Is Windows 10X dead? Preventing a neighbor's AppleTV remote from taking control of yours, getting Outlook email on an iPhone, Scott Wilkinson reviews the Sennheiser IE300 in-ear monitors, finding the right Chromebook, how can I record more than 40 minutes on Zoom? M1 iMac vs. M1 MacBook Pro, travel…

This Week in Enterprise Tech 442: Hybrid or Not?

PingBack Malware FBI, NSA, CISA and NCSC issue joint advisory on Russia's foreign intelligence service Hundreds of millions of Dell computers could be vulnerable to attack Panda Malware collects your cryptocurrency Google plans to automatically enable two-factor authentication to better sec…

iOS Today 548: Great iMessage Apps

Rosemary and Mikah share some of their favorite games, apps, and sticker packs in the App Store for iMessage. Sticky AI #images GamePigeon Memoji Bitmoji Lemonade stickers for iMessage GIPHY GIFwrapped News Logitech's keyboard case with trackpad now available to pre-order for …

Smart Tech Today 77: Interview: Jonathan Hui, Google & Thread

A conversation with The Thread Group's VP of Technology Jonathan Hui, The Thread Group Polk React soundbar review: Built-in Alexa for your TV speaker Alexa Show Mode Turns Lenovo Laptops Into Smart Displays Ecobee Smart Thermostat works great with Google Assistant YouTube TV Removed From…

Tech News Weekly 182: Signal's Facebook Ad Stunt

The Epic Games and Apple trial is underway and it's bringing loads of new information to the surface. Messaging service Signal says it tried to run some ads on Facebook, which the company then blocked. Google is enabling two-factor authentication on all accounts. Amazon drivers say they're being en…

Hands-On Photography 77: How To Print Your Photos

Ant Pruitt of Hands-On Photography takes a look at some listener feedback and questions. Particularly, printing photographs. What should you consider when printing photos you've captured with your favorite camera or smartphone? It's not as complicated as you may think. Host: Ant Pruitt Find…

This Week in Google 610: Honey I Shrunk the Carters

Google offices upon return: Privacy robot bubble walls, individual air, box lunches, no shuttles How Basecamp blew up Google Is Saving Over $1 Billion a Year by Working From Home Pichai teases 'significant' announcements at Google I/O 2021 as product cycles return to normal Apple hires an e…

Hands-On Tech: Sony a1 Review

Sony's new full-frame mirrorless camera - the Sony Alpha 1, features a 50MP Exmor RS CMOS image sensor, real-time Eye AF, and 4K 120p and 8K 30p video recording. Ant Pruitt gives his review. 8K footage example: https://youtu.be/WJvihyeYVjU Get the Sony a1: https://amzn.to/3xPcpMn Thank…

Windows Weekly 723: Save the Date

Windows 10 Microsoft Gets Ready for Windows 10 Version 21H1 Microsoft to Remove Flash from Windows in July Linux Microsoft buys Flatcar Container Linux creator Kinvolk Microsoft's new open-source tool could stop your AI from getting hacked Microsoft 365, Office 365 Microsoft to …

FLOSS Weekly 628: Digital Sovereignty

Dr. Andre Kudra of esatus.com discusses SSI, or Self-Sovereign Identity. It's a hot and fast-moving topic with a growing base of hackers, companies, nonprofits, and whole states, provinces and countries. Aaron Newcomb and Doc Searls probe Andre for lots of great intelligence about how SSI puts indi…

All About Android 523: Love The Phone You're With

Pichai teases 'significant' announcements at Google I/O 2021 as product cycles return to normal Google's I/O schedule is up, featuring a familiar face Here are the seven Google I/O events you'll want to watch Google Nest Hub shows up at Bluetooth SIG running 'Fuchsia 1.0' Google announces '…

MacBreak Weekly 764: Rum Sleg Sizzle Reel

Apple vs. Epic Games, AirTags, Alex Lindsay in Star Wars Star Wars: Rum Sleg, Alex Lindsay Apple AirTags could enable domestic abuse in terrifying ways EU Charges Apple With App Store Antitrust Violations in Spotify Case Apple's App Store Had 78% Margin in 2019, Epic Expert Says Apple an…

This Week in Tech 821: Bring in the Privacy Pod

Big quarter for big tech, AirTags and privacy, Resident Evil 3 speedrun 'A Perfect Positive Storm': Bonkers Dollars for Big Tech. EU Charges Apple With App Store Antitrust Violations in Spotify Case. Apple Signals Hot Streak to Continue as Sales, Profit Surge. Apple releases iOS 14.5, iPad…

This Week in Enterprise Tech 441: Pass-Worthless Authentication

Severe security bugs in Nvidia GPU driver and vGPU software MITRE adds MacOS, Linux and more data types to ATT&CK framework IoT device vulnerabilities keep piling up Backdoored password manager stole data from as many as 29,000 enterprises When no one is in the building, what threats are in…

iOS Today 547: All the New Features in iOS 14.5

Rosemary and Mikah explore all the new features in iOS 14.5, and Rosemary unboxes her AirTags and AirTag accessories. Unlock iPhone with Apple Watch Siri Enhancements: new Siri voices, Group FaceTime calls, call announcements App Tracking Transparency New Emoji Incident reporting in Appl…

Smart Tech Today 76: Explaining Thread Enthusiasm

Google Assistant updates, LTE trackers, and why Thread's exciting Google Fixes Two Annoying Quirks in Its Voice Assistant Nest Hub may soon be the center of your hotel room Sonos Roam is a nearly perfect portable Assistant Garmin's 2 new smartwatches want to make the casual athlete more ad…

Hands-On Photography 76: EYE-POPPING Portraits: Part 2

Ant Pruitt continues his focus on eyes in portrait photography and how to really make them stand out. Colorizing eyes in portraits is a typical technique used to make eyes stand out, but what if the model's eyes aren't a vibrant color, to begin with. Ant shares how to make the most of your model's …

Tech News Weekly 181: Deepfaking Your Geography

Damon Beres talks about his op-ed in the New York Times about the cognitive dissonance of Apple's hardware event compared to the simultaneous occurrence of Earth Week. Todd Feathers from VICE discusses how content blockers in schools are often hit or miss with damaging consequences. Instagram i…

This Week in Google 609: Put Garlic On My Shopping List

Google Earnings Smash Sales Records as Digital Ad Market Booms Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google became big tech companies by acquiring hundreds of smaller companies Google Cloud brings in $4B in Q1, up 46 percent Google Fiber coming to another Utah city Sundar Pichai talks about COVID in…

Hands-On Tech: Mach-E One Month Review

Leo Laporte gives his one-month review of Ford's all-electric SUV, the Mustang Mach-E. Host: Leo Laporte Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/hands-on-tech Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Find more products we recommend at ht…

Windows Weekly 722: Everyone's Drinkin' at Home

MSFT Q3 FY21 earnings Paul Thurrott's Short Takes: Microsoft Earnings Special Edition Microsoft Posts Huge Numbers in Latest Quarter Microsoft says Windows 10 now on 1.3 billion monthly active devices Microsoft: Teams is now at 145 million daily active users Sony Has Sold Almost 8 Millio…

FLOSS Weekly 627: Beyond the Browser

Browsers and the Web are just one model for making the Internet work. Another is one Doc Searls and his colleagues at Customer Commons are working on: the Intention Byway. With co-hosts Katherine Druckman and Shawn Powers, Doc discusses how it all works: with compute nodes called "intentrons" at th…

All About Android 522: Guacamole Comes To Android

Google rolling out Android 12 Developer Preview 3 for Pixel phones Here's everything new in Android 12 Developer Preview 3 Android 12 DP3 Analysis: Here are all the hidden features! Android 12 Developer Preview 3 literally cuts corners Google's Guacamole may be premature, but it sounds ripe…

Security Now 816: The Mystery of AS8003

Remembering Dan Kaminsky. Week before last was Patch Tuesday. Google's Project Zero responds to today's patch latency reality. Baking security into IoT UNethical security research. CloudFlare refuses to knuckle under to Patent Trolls. Closing The Loop. The Mystery of AS8003. We invi…

MacBreak Weekly 763: Is the Purple Faster?

iOS 14.5 release, Zuckerberg vs. Cook, Ted Lasso shortbread Apple releases iOS 14.5 How Mark Zuckerberg and Tim Cook Became Foes Apple's animated video for App Tracking Transparency] iOS 14.5: A Guide to Apple's New App-Tracking Controls Apple releases watchOS 7.4 Apple releases tvOS 1…

The Tech Guy 1791

Internet alternatives for hot-spotting, the pros and cons to using a television as a computer monitor, remotely controlling a computer, recording external audio through an iPad, troubleshooting streaming videos from your mobile phone, the lifespan of older cellphones, waterproof audio options for t…

This Week in Tech 820: Hide the Pickle

Apple event roundup, Big Tech Antitrust action, Signal CEO hacked Celebrite device Apple announces a new iPad Pro with an M1 chip, Thunderbolt, 5G, XDR display. Time for Apple to pull off the Band Aid and merge the iPad and Mac—at least their operating systems. Ransomware gang tries to extor…

The Tech Guy 1790

Apple's Spring Loaded announcements this week, encrypting data on Linux, The new AppleTV could help calibrate your TV, printing to PDF on Windows, streaming video for cord cutters with slow bandwidth speeds, the state of international travel this week, MacBook Air vs. MacBook Pro, is the new M1 iPa…