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The Tech Guy 1931
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Re-learning Apple Pay gestures on an iPhone with Face ID. Leo's favorite flavor of Linux. Using Chrome and Chrome Remote Desktop on Linux. Finding a new, high-resolution monitor to replace a broken one. Learning about some of the changes and updates coming to Amazon's eero Wi-Fi routers. Using a Siri Shortcut for automatically redialing a number on an iPhone. A history of auto-redial machines. Plus, conversations with Scott Wilkinson, Johnny Jet, and Dick Debartolo.

  • TALK LIKE A PIRATE DAY - September 19, 2023 - National Today
  • Elon Musk reveals Optimus TeslaBot prototype during AI Day 2022 - The Verge
  • Google Stadia Will Shut Down in 2023, All Purchases to Be Refunded - CNET
  • Red Dead Redemption 2 fan with nearly 6,000 hours on Stadia begs Rockstar for character transfer | GamesRadar+
  • Google Graveyard - Killed by Google
  • Deepfake tech allows Bruce Willis to return to the screen without ever being on set
  • Deepfake Bruce Willis may be the next Hollywood star, and he's OK with that | Ars Technica
  • James Earl Jones Retires From Voicing Darth Vader | Smart News| Smithsonian Magazine
  • How a deepfake Tom Cruise on TikTok turned into a very real AI company | CNN Business
  • Use Apple Pay for contactless payments on iPhone - Apple Support
  • Tech Talk with Scott Wilkinson Volume 11: AIX Records Founder & President Mark Waldrep | AVS Forum
  • HTotM - August 2022 Home Theater of the Month Powered by Anthem | AVS Forum
  • Trombone Champ Makes a Hit Video Game of an Unlikely Instrument - The New York Times
  • The Chromium Projects
  • Set up Chrome Browser on Linux - Chrome Enterprise and Education Help
  • Set up Linux on your Chromebook - Chromebook Help
  • Enterprise Open Source and Linux | Ubuntu
  • Pop!_OS by System76
  • Manjaro
  • LG 32" 32UN880-B UltraFine™ Display Ergo 4K HDR 10 Monitor
  • Amazon announces Echo Studio and Echo Dot speakers with improved audio | Engadget
  • When kids yell 'Alexa, play poop,' you'll hear these songs : NPR
  • 2022 Fall Foliage Map & Nationwide Peak Leaf Forecast
  • Johnny Jet | Simplify your Travel
  • Everything You Need To Know About Automated Dialing Laws " Ricochet360
  • Coolio, 'Gangsta's Paradise' rapper, dead at 59 | CNN
  • powerdialer: Search Result | eBay
  • shepfan on eBay
  • Jean Shepherd - Wikipedia
  • loud hacked warning with pop up asking me to call Microsoft Security - Microsoft Community
  • Stay protected with Windows Security
  • Malwarebytes Cybersecurity for Home and Business | Anti-Malware & Antivirus
  • Need Earbuds? Anker Introduces Three New Earbuds At A NY Press Event. | Giz Wiz Biz

Hosts: Leo Laporte and Mikah Sargent

Guests: Scott Wilkinson, Johnny Jet, and Dick DeBartolo

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This Week in Enterprise Tech 513: The Ledger Never Lies
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BlackCat ransomware evolves, Bloomberg Terminal for cybersecurity, Indicio's open-source decentralized identity, and more.

  • BlackCat ransomware attackers spotted fine-tuning their malware arsenal
  • Microsoft confirms pair of blindsiding Exchange zero-days, no patch yet
  • Hurricane Ian in Orlando: What worked and what didn't for Cheebert
  • What the Securing Open Source Software Act does and what it misses
  • Security professionals look to new standards for a Bloomberg Terminal-like single pane of glass for security
  • Indicio Deputy CTO Sam Curren on Indicio's journey to open-source decentralized identity

Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, and Curt Franklin

Guest: Sam Curren

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Published Friday
This Week in Space 31: Investing in the Stars!
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If ever there was a captain of newspace, it's Steve Jurvetson. From rescuing SpaceX in their darkest hour, to investing in many of the most successful space startups, Steve has been there—and seemingly, everywhere—since the beginning of the new space age. Graduating Stanford with a degree in electrical engineering in just over two years, he's perenially one of the smartest guys in the room, and is a true space visionary. Join us for this wide-ranging discussion on the state of newspace, how the new space age will be built on private enterprise and private investment, public-private partnerships in spaceflight, and the magnificent future of spaceflight.

Hosts: Rod Pyle and Tariq Malik

Guest: Steve Jurvetson

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Tech Break: Acer Swift 5 Executive Laptop Review
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Ant Pruitt takes a look at the latest Acer laptop aimed at executives and mobile professionals looking to have a powerful, yet stylish laptop for productivity on the go. Here's a quick look at the Acer Swift 5 laptop.

Host: Ant Pruitt

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Published Thursday
TWiT Events 13: Cory Doctorow and Rebecca Giblin: Chokepoint Capitalism

Writer/activist Cory Doctorow and scholar Rebecca Giblin join Leo Laporte to talk about their latest book Chokepoint Capitalism: How Big Tech and Big Content Captured Creative Labor Markets and How We'll Win Them Back. They argue that we're in a new era of "chokepoint capitalism," with exploitative businesses creating insurmountable barriers to competition that enable them to capture value that should rightfully go to others.

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Host: Leo Laporte

Guests: Cory Doctorow and Rebecca Giblin

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Published Thursday
Tech News Weekly 254: RIP Google Stadia
  • Chloe Xiang from Vice joins the show to talk about the emergence of AI images, the tools behind them, and how possibly images of yourself are being used without your consent.
  • Aisha Counts of Protocol stops by to talk about the Dreamforce event that happened in San Francisco & some of the things that came from it.
  • Jason laments about Google shutting down their gaming service, Google Stadia.
  • Finally, Mikah talks about the Fast Company hack that allowed for an offensive Apple News push alert that got sent out to many.

Hosts: Jason Howell and Mikah Sargent

Guests: Chloe Xiang and Aisha Counts

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Published Thursday
Hands-On Photography 148: Alexis Cuarezma: Photographers' Go-to Tip

Alexis Cuarezma is a San Francisco-based photographer that shoots many campaigns for celebrities and brands. On Hands-On Photography, Cuarezma shares his experience in embracing his creative flaws and turning them into beautiful photography.

Host: Ant Pruitt

Guest: Alexis Cuarezma

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Published Thursday
This Week in Google 683: Finnish Foliage
  • Interview with Douglas Rushkoff.
  • How Rushkoff discovered the topic for his new book.
  • Survival of the Richest: The wealthy are plotting to leave us behind.
  • When Rushkoff decided to write the book.
  • How billionaires define "winning"
  • How do WE create a better future?
  • What is Rushkoff's manifesto?
  • What was Rushkoff's major?
  • Team Human is a podcast striving to amplify human connection.
  • Meta ordered to pay Voxer $175 million for violating live-streaming patents.
  • Bitcoin Rises 6.5 Percent as a Strong Dollar Sinks Other Currencies.
  • Meta Sued For Tap Dancing Around Apple's New App Privacy Rules.
  • The OG App promises you an ad-free Instagram feed.
  • Chipotle is moving its tortilla robot to a real restaurant.
  • Israel Deploys AI Powered Turret in the West Bank.
  • No, There's No 'Ghost In The Machine' On Board American Airlines Aircraft.
  • Penpot inks $8M, as signups for its open source spin on Figma jump 5600% after Adobe's $20B acquisition move.
  • Darth Vader's Voice Emanated From War-Torn Ukraine.
  • DallE is open to all!
  • Help pick the cover of Jeff's book.
  • Amazon hardware event 2022.
  • What Did Axios Do?
  • Amazon launches a Kindle you can write on.
  • 10 biggest announcements from Google Search On 22.
  • LinkedIn Ran Social Experiments on 20 Million Users Over Five Years.
  • Chromecast with Google TV (HD) goes official for $29.99 with 1080p, HDR, 8GB storage.
  • Google discontinues its last traditional Chromecast, but software support will continue.
  • Chrome now lets you search your @history and @bookmarks from the address bar.
  • Google lays out Manifest V3's 2023 transition timeline for Chrome extensions.
  • Here are all of the new features and updates coming to Google Maps.
  • Android Auto 8.2 beta begins rolling out, tweaks dock of 'Coolwalk' redesign.
  • NASA's DART Mission Hits Asteroid in First-Ever Planetary Defense Test.
  • Images show chunks DART took out of asteroid.


  • Leo - Rezmason/matrix: matrix (web-based green code rain, made with love).
  • Jeff - TikTok transparency report.
  • Jeff - Preorder The Gutenberg Parenthesis.
  • Ant - Osee Tech On-Camera Monitors.
  • Ant - Register for Adobe Max for FREE (Virtual).
  • Cool plank-bike video.
  • Let me out of the Dynamic Island!

Hosts: Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, and Ant Pruitt

Guest: Douglas Rushkoff

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Published Wednesday
Windows Weekly 796: Largely Pain-Free

Photos app update, Intel 13th Gen Core Desktop CPUs, Microsoft Viva expansion


  • A quick update on Windows 11 22H2 update availability.
  • Microsoft begins testing the new Photos app that will come with the October update.
  • Edge team has a plan to make PWA more native ... and on Linux and Mac, too!
  • Can Intel crack the code on Windows/iPhone interop? Dell did, but that app has been killed.
  • Bye-bye, SwiftKey for iOS
  • Intel announces 13th-Gen Core desktop chipsets. Guess what? more cores!

Microsoft 365

  • The new unified Outlook app for Windows (project Monarch) is going out to more testers, getting some missing features.
  • Study results show that Teams is an OS/platform and needs app store-like protections.
  • Microsoft expands Viva.


  • Surface Studio 3 shows up at FCC


  • Nadella "very confident" Activision/Blizzard deal will be OKd by regulators. As he should be.
  • Logitech announces an Xbox Cloud Gaming handheld
  • Microsoft may let Xbox users mute startup sounds
  • E3 is coming back next for some reason
  • Microsoft announces a new camo wireless controller with charging dock

Tips and Picks

  • Tip of the week: Windows 11 Field Guide update
  • App pick of the week: WindowBlinds 11 open beta
  • Enterprise pick of the week: SharePoint Server Subscription Edition moves to a twice-yearly update schedule
  • Codename pick of the week: Surface codename-palooza
  • Beer pick of the week: Ayinger Celebrator

Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott

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The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin.


Published Wednesday
FLOSS Weekly 700: The Linux Kernel Gets Rusty

Jonathan Corbet of LWN tells Doc Searls and Shawn Powers what's happening with the Linux Kernel, including the ascendence of Rust, the role of companies that employ developers and maintainers, the needs for more maintainers, plus diversity, and the growing role of the Linux Foundation. Great discussion on FLOSS Weekly.

Hosts: Doc Searls and Shawn Powers

Guest: Jonathan Corbet

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Published Wednesday
All About Android 597: Ruggable Switch Deck
  • Android 13's virtual A/B mandate could bring Seamless Updates to more devices.
  • You Can Use Dynamic Island on Android Now, But You Probably Shouldn't.
  • Android might get its own version of Apple's Dynamic Island if Realme get its way.
  • Chromecast with Google TV (HD) is Here to Revive Your Old Screens.
  • Chromecast with Google TV (HD) can't be powered by your TV's USB port.
  • Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro price leaks, along with Target's pre-order bonus.
  • Google finally shows off the front of the Pixel 7 Pro officially, looks less curved.
  • Google Pixel Watch retail box emphasizing 'with Fitbit' leaks.
  • Pixel Watch hits another store as revealed by Fast Pair, confirming 'device app'.
  • Framework's Chromebook Is Bringing Modularity to ChromeOS.
  • Introducing the Framework Laptop Chromebook Edition.
  • Samsung's New Rugged Tablet and Smartphone Look Perfect For a Hike or Construction Site.
  • This foldable beats the Galaxy Z Fold 4 with bigger battery, faster charging.
  • Logitech's G Cloud Gaming Handheld arrives in October for $349.99.
  • JR's tip of the week: Chrome tips part deux.
  • Google Fit feature is limited on Android.
  • Nokia's subscription service is good for the planet.
  • A tip for Android Messages users.

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Hosts: Jason Howell, Ron Richards, and Huyen Tue Dao

Co-Hosts: Mishaal Rahman and JR Raphael

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Published Wednesday
Security Now 890: DarkNet Politics
  • Picture of the Week.
  • Can't have it both ways.
  • Denmark has become the fourth EU member to rule that the use of Google Analytics is illegal.
  • Rockstar Games hacker is busted!
  • Mozilla says: No fair!
  • Vivaldi, Manifest V3, webRequest, and ad blockers.
  • Sticky Chrome vulnerabilities.
  • SMB authentication rate limiter now on by default in Windows Insider.
  • US bill to secure FOSS software.
  • Iran vs Albania.
  • Closing The Loop.
  • The Silver Ships.
  • SpinRite.
  • DarkNet Politics.

We invite you to read our show notes at

Hosts: Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte

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Published Tuesday
MacBreak Weekly 837: He Left in a Hurry-cane
  • Apple Watch Running Review - Runner's Newsletter.
  • New M2 iPad Pro and Mac mini, with no event.
  • Apple to sponsor the Super Bowl Halftime Show.
  • Apple Pay Later may not arrive until next year due to 'technical and engineering' setbacks.
  • iPhone 14 production begins in India.
  • Meta sued for tap dancing around Apple's new app privacy rules.
  • iPad Pro is revolutionizing how archaeologists preserve the history of Pompeii.
  • Oprah Winfrey & Apple TV+ end content partnership.
  • Apple TV+ lands Vince Gilligan's new TV project.
  • Ted Lasso in FIFA 23?

Picks of the Week:

  • Andy's Pick: The Steve Jobs Archive
  • Mikah's Picks: Xnapper & Tidbyt
  • Leo's Pick: The OG App

Hosts: Leo Laporte and Andy Ihnatko

Guests: Stephen Robles and Mikah Sargent

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Published Tuesday
iOS Today 621: HealthKit Apps for iOS

Mikah Sargent and Rosemary Orchard are wearing their new Apple Watches (Series 8 & Ultra!) and are ready to take you through very helpful HealthKit apps for better sleep, temperature, teeth and more!

  • Withings Health Mate
  • Withings Sleep Analyzer
  • Withings Thermo Smart Temporal Thermometer
  • Beautyrest Sleeptracker Monitor
  • KardiaMobile 6L by Alivecor
  • Oral-B 7000 SmartSeries
  • Apple Watch Blood Oxygen Measurements
  • Apple Watch ECG


  • iOS 16.0.2 released to fix iPhone 14 Pro camera shake issue
  • Mark Gurman thinks October Apple products could be announced via press releases instead of an actual event

Shortcuts Corner

  • Chris wants to feed his fish at lunchtime every "other" day, which prompts Rosemary to do some mathematical functions!

Feedback & Questions

  • Doug's iPhone 14 Pro Max is rebooting when charging, and he's not alone! Also featuring Linux & Chewie!
  • Michael wants to use the Family Sharing feature but NOT share payment cards. How can he disable that?

App Caps

  • Rosemary's App Cap: Sticker Drop
  • Mikah's pick: AirPods Pro 2nd Gen

Hosts: Mikah Sargent and Rosemary Orchard

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Published Tuesday
This Week in Tech 894: Juking the Stats

Apple Watch Ultra, YouTube dislike button, Serial podcast, AI and Getty Images

  • Leo talks about his new Apple Watch Ultra.
  • How Fitbit helped me lose 15 pounds.
  • YouTube's 'dislike' and 'not interested' buttons barely work, study finds.
  • Adobe's Aquisition of Figma is a Land Grab.
  • Slack's Canvas feature puts a document editor in your chat window.
  • TwistedWave, an Audio Editor.
  • Word Jazz by Fred Katz and Ken Nordine.
  • Ken Nordine - Levis Ad.
  • Adnan Syed, Subject of 'Serial,' Is Released From Prison.
  • California woman who faked her own kidnapping sentenced to 18 months in prison.
  • The FDA may have unintentionally made 'Nyquil Chicken' go viral on TikTok.
  • Getty Images bans AI-generated content over fears of legal challenges.
  • 'A.I. Should Exclude Living Artists From Its Database,' Says One Painter Whose Works Were Used to Fuel Image Generators.
  • The AI Unbundling.
  • OpenAI open-sources Whisper, a multilingual speech recognition system.
  • No, There's No 'Ghost In The Machine' On Board American Airlines Aircraft.
  • Darth Vader's Voice Emanated From War-Torn Ukraine.
  • Mozilla reaffirms that Firefox will continue to support current content blockers.
  • How 'Star Trek: The Motion Picture' Finally, After 43 Years, Got Completed.
  • Enterprise Connect: Facing the Tough Issues on Hybrid Work: How Communications Technology Will Support New Ways of Working.

Host: Leo Laporte

Guests: Lisa Schmeiser, Larry Magid, and Shelly Brisbin

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Published Monday