On this week’s first episode of Tekzilla, Patrick and Veronica remind you yet again to back up your data, answer the question of whether speakers and headphones wear out over time, look at some great USB wall chargers, check out Intel’s new upcoming CPUs, and more.
On this week’s MacBreak Weekly, Leo Laporte, Rene Ritchie , Alex Lindsay, Andy Ihnatko, and Don McAllister gather around to discuss Apple’s quarterly results, rumors of new MacBook hardware, the speed at which WWDC sold out, and more.
On this week’s TWiT, Leo Laporte, John C. Dvorak, William Harris, and Mark Milian make up the panel, and together they chat about Google Glass, Microsoft and their obsession over removing (or now, re-adding) the Start button, early GIFs on the internet, and more.
On this week’s second episode of Tekzilla, Patrick and Robert discuss what might be in store at Microsoft’s XBox announcement on May 21st, how to build a Dropbox/Bittorrent file storage and sharing masterpiece, the new Samsung Galaxy S 4 is on the street, and more!
On this week’s Windows Weekly, Mary Jo Foley, Paul Thurrott, and Leo Laporte dissect Microsoft’s earnings report, shared their predictions on what the new Xbox, to be revealed on may 21st, will look like, and more.
On this week’s Security Now, Leo and Steve dive back into the mailbag to answer viewer questions about Google Street View data collection, more Java flaws, Malware in Android apps at Google Play, and more.
commandN has a couple of new episodes out (we missed one because its feed is wonky), but here’s the recap. On episode 266, the gang discusses the BlackBerry Q10 and whether it can save BlackBerry at all, Facebook Home, and a look at the Logitech Performance MX.
On this week’s first Tekzilla, Patrick and Veronica discuss some awesome new earbuds that offer custom molds, common errors in the English language, CISPA’s back and whether or not it’s dangerous, Twitter music, and whether the Start button is coming back to Windows!
On this week’s TWiT, Leo Laporte, John C. Dvorak, Jason Hiner, Lauren Goode, and Justin Robert Young make up a nice large panel, which is good because they have a lot to discuss. Among the topics: video surveillance, CISPA and its return, smart watches, tech rumors, and more.
This week’s second episode of Tekzilla has Patrick and Robert chatting about great wireless speakers, whether BitTorrent is the future of remote backups, Netflix is giving up on Silverlight and moving to HTML5, new Logitech Harmony remotes, and more!
On this week’s episode of Windows Weekly, Mary Jo Foley, Paul Thurrott, and Leo Laporte discuss how booting right to the desktop and the Start Menu may be making a comeback in the next version of Windows thanks to consumer demand, Intel says that affordable Windows 8 touch devices are on the way, Microsoft’s Azure and Amazon Web Services, and more.
On this week’s episode of FLOSS, Randal Schwartz and Dan Lynch host the show with special guest Dwayne Bailey. Together they discuss Pootle, an online translation platform that makes it easy for translators to localize applications and services with online services and support.
On this week’s first episode of Tekzilla, Patrick and Veronica chat about Facebook Home, Google’s “Inactive Account Manager,” which lets your loved ones take care of your account after you die, whether you should wait for a Mac Pro update or build a Hackintosh now, and much much more.
On this week’s MacBreak Weekly, Leo Laporte, Rene Ritchie and Andy Ihnatko discuss the latest Facebook update for iOS, complete with Chat Heads, why Facebook Home won’t make it to iOS, Lightroom 5′s app store update, and more.
On this week’s episode of TWiT, Leo Laporte, John C. Dvorak, Roger Chang, and Lamarr Wilson gather around and make a hilarious panel! Together they chat about Bitcoin, Facebook Home and whether anyone really wants or needs them, and much more.