This week on TWiT, Leo Laporte, John C. Dvorak, Steve Stecklow, and Cory Doctorow gather around the table to chat about some big news this week, including Microsoft and Intel attempting to undermine One Laptop per Child, Verizon Wireless opening up its network to new devices (which could mean great things for their consumers), and much much more.
On this week’s DiggNation, Kevin and Alex do the third annual DiggNation Clips show! They’ve taken the best moments from 2007 shows, and combined them into a fabulous series of clips that highlight the hilarity of the previous year. Also, they show you how to join the DiggNation Beer Club!
This week on Jumping Monkeys, Leo and Megan sit down with one of my favorite people in the whole wide world, Becky Worley! Becky is the mother of twins, and she certainly knows what it means to be a parent in this digital age, what with her traipsing around the world looking for treasure and educating the masses to good technology choices. On the show, she discusses motherhood and what she’s up to now with everyone else!
This week on Tekzilla, Jessica and company check out the Drobo and put it against the Terastation to see which option is the best for your personal storage needs, a good look at how much HD-DVD and Blu-Ray will cost this holiday season when it comes to which you should choose for the holidays, tons of web picks, viewer mail and suggestions, and more!
This week on Windows Weekly, Leo and Paul chat with Dave Fortin, GM, Windows Live Marketing, about the Windows Live line of web services and whether they’re enough to make you switch from your favorite search engines and online mail accounts to try them out.
This week’s DL.TV features Robert and Roger discussing viewer comments from the previous show, answering viewer questions, and hitting on some hot tech topics this week. Among them are some hot HDTVs for the holiday season and some GPS picks worth giving as gifts to the directionally challenged ones that you love.
This week on CommandN, Amber and Will are checking out this week’s best of the web, including ABC News joining forces with Facebook, the 12 most influential web videos, Google takes on global warming with an agressive green energy investment campaign, iPod ads make stars of the people in them, and more.
This week’s Infected is a sad, sad episode. It looks like we’ll be saying goodbye to our beloved Martin, The Gator, and their motley crew, as the good ship Infected goes down in flames. Here’s what Martin had to say about it:
Well, it’s been a fun ride, but it looks more and more like the Good Ship Infected can no longer weather the stormy seas. Hurricane Jim just proved too hellish for our proud captain and crew.
Damn you Jim, and your reorganizing the Revision3 podcasts! First Indigital and now Infected? How dare you!
Anyway, on this week’s Infected, the crew discusses the recent turn of events and what it means for them, and again invites everyone out to the bar for a fabulous 50th episode.
This week on Security Now, Leo and Steve do another one of their fabulous question-and-answer shows! On this episode, they go back over previous eps, answer questions from listeners and fans, and in general do everything they usually do on one of those rot-4 episodes.