On this week’s Security Now, Steve recounts a story from his youth.
On this week’s Diggnation, Kevin and Alex discuss time travel, antimatter, and lots of other high science topics! ..and then watch a hilarious video of kids playing pattycake and chat about how attractive Emma Watson has gotten.
This week’s HD Nation, also part of this week’s first episode of Tekzilla, is the last one we’ll cover as a stand-alone HD Nation segment, okay? You can still subscribe to just the HD Nation shorts at the HD Nation Revision3 page, so if you prefer your HD Nation as a stand-alone show, you can still get it that way!
Anyway, on this ep – it’s the weekly Blu-Ray releases, of course, but also DIY HDTV calibration that you can do yourself! Also, how to make sense of region coding, and more.
This week’s Lab Rats is a best of 2010 episode! Andy and Sean issue their awards for their favorite gadgets, apps, and utilities of the year.
Lab Rats // Episode 254
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If you didn’t catch wind, everyone’s favorite TWiT found himself in the New York Times, with a feature article about the growth of podcasting, and how Leo Laporte started one of the first and largest podcast empires to date – when other, much larger podcasting cooperatives have fallen by the wayside, the TWiT network is large and growing, and This Week in Tech, the flagship podcast, is downloaded by nearly a quarter-million people!
If you haven’t seen the piece in the Times, hit the link below to see the whole story! Congratulations, Leo!
The Classy Geek is a blog with weekly columns that will help you bring out the classy geek in you! Over at TCG this week…
Last week over at my regular technology news and commentary blog, Gears and Widgets…
This week’s double-whammy of TWiT episodes are special, just for the holidays!
Episode 280 is the annual TWiT holiday special! Leo Laporte, Tom Merritt, John Hodgman, Jonathan Coulton and Paul and Storm gather around the microphones to discuss what they’re looking forward to for the holidays, keyless key parties, a free divorce at sea, and other holiday hilarity!
Episode 281 came out just yesterday, and is the annual TWiT highlight show! All of the TWiTs gather around for this clips show that highlights some of the best moments from 2010!
On last week’s Tekzilla, Patrick and Veronica discuss some last minute stocking stuffers, (oops!) chat with Loyd Case about graphics cards upgrades that might be worth your money, how to keep your gear safe when traveling by air, and more.
On this week’s commandN, Amber takes a look at the Google 2010 Zeitgeist, the most powerful tweet of 2010, the world’s oldest “computer,” and fewer people are blogging, but the people who are blogging are sticking with it.
commandN // Episode 231
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On this week’s [email protected], Amber and Leo chat with Maciej Ceglowski, co-founder of Pinboard.in, a service that’s seen tremendous growth since Yahoo! announced that they would first close and then spin-off Del.icio.us, their social bookmarking service.
They also discuss Santa trackers, Instagram hits a million users, and more.
On this week’s MacBreak Weekly, Leo Laporte, Andy Ihnatko, Clayton Morris and Justine Ezarik gather around the microphone for a discussion of the FCC’s new rules on Net Neutrality, whether the iPad is going to be easy to kill, a new augmented reality app that promises to translate text for you, and more.
On this week’s Green Tech Today, Dr. Kiki heads over to the Nissan Leaf, an all-electric vehicle that’s attractive and powerful, and just landed in US shores! She meets up with Paul Hawsan, project planning manager at Nissan and Russell Vare, EV regional manager for Nissan to chat about the highly-anticipated release of the Leaf, and how they hope it will fare in the United States.