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This is the official podcast of Tested.com. Tested brings you the week's technology and science news, with hosts Will Smith, Norman Chan, and Jeremy Williams. There's no jargon here, just solid explanations of the week's news--and plenty of wacky tangents. Make sure you stick around after the outro for fake outtakes!
 
Hosted by Avram Piltch, Editor-in-Chief of Tom's Hardware, and moderated by Scott Ertz, The Piltch Point is a livecast covering news, reviews, and previews of devices and components. Avram showcases new technology, gadgets, and concepts, as they are announced or released. Review products include smartphones, smartwatches, wearables, laptops, and tablets.
 
New or old, loved or hated — The Test Drivers put tech through its paces; no matter if it’s the absolute cutting edge or collecting dust in the bargain bin. From smartphones to laptops, software to gaming consoles — anything could be a daily driver. Hosted by Myke Hurley and Austin Evans.
 
The iTunes 5★ reviewed podcast that reviewers call it "A great British spin on the world of tech", "Informing and entertaining" and "the best tech podcast by far…" Review the show now in Apple Podcasts (https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT201859#more) for a chance to win a limited edition Blandford Estate mug or get a concrete-themed postcard from Rafe (or not, if that's more of an incentive). More in this week's episode → (https://www.361podcast.com/s19e05)
 
Struggling with your tech? Don't understand what's going on in social media? Just want to use your phone, tablet, laptop, or even your TV without losing your grip? We're here to help you out! Our team of inspirational technology writers are ready with words of encouragement to help you through any problem you're facing with your PC, social media account, home theater, whatever! Want to get to grips with your tech? Hit play!
 
Subscribe, sit back, and enjoy this weekly games podcast from the portable gaming experts at Pocket Gamer. Every week we look at the latest and greatest upcoming games for iPhone and iPad, Android, Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation Vita, Windows Phone and more, with news, reviews and diverse views aplenty. And don't forget to watch the show live every Thursday on twitch.tv/AppSpy.
 
Our church family spans over multiple locations in Northeast Ohio & Western Pennsylvania. We are people of all ages and a mixture of many ethnic backgrounds. Dress at any of our locations tends to be business-casual, but there is always a mixture of ties, blue jeans and shorts. Services are an hour and a half in length with twenty-five to thirty-five minutes of praise and worship. Our music is a blend of old and new and we use a variety of instruments to aid us in our worship to the Father. ...
 
Our church family spans over multiple locations in Northeast Ohio & Western Pennsylvania. We are people of all ages and a mixture of many ethnic backgrounds. Dress at any of our locations tends to be business-casual, but there is always a mixture of ties, blue jeans and shorts. Services are an hour and a half in length with twenty-five to thirty-five minutes of praise and worship. Our music is a blend of old and new and we use a variety of instruments to aid us in our worship to the Father. ...
 
Our church family spans over multiple locations in Northeast Ohio & Western Pennsylvania. We are people of all ages and a mixture of many ethnic backgrounds. Dress at any of our locations tends to be business-casual, but there is always a mixture of ties, blue jeans and shorts. Services are an hour and a half in length with twenty-five to thirty-five minutes of praise and worship. Our music is a blend of old and new and we use a variety of instruments to aid us in our worship to the Father. ...
 
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In this week's show: Is Social Media Making You Sad? Can't See a Therapist? Try These Apps Free Positivity Apps Christian Cawley and Megan Ellis are your hosts. You can contact them on Twitter as @thegadgetmonkey and @Megg_Ellis with your suggestions for future topics. Look out for our other shows - subscribe to the Really Useful Podcast on Apple P…
 
Sometimes an inventor designs a device for a specific purpose. Sometimes it’s to try something new. But successful inventions often shape industries beyond those they initially intended. Dr. Marc Hannah built an invention with far bigger effects than anyone could have imagined—like bringing dinosaurs to life, building liquid robots, and letting the…
 
This week we tackle another question in our new '1 question, 3 answers' format. Combining requests from several listeners who asked for advice on: Wearable devices that don't look masculine? A great 'first' smart watch? Which is the 'best' smart watch? Wearables that aren't for sport? Ben, Ewan and Rafe each give their best answer... The only rule …
 
The upcoming Biden administration is looking to invest a lot more money in broadband. At the same time, the USA might start banning the practice of letting carriers lock our phones. Trump’s app is tracking users, so what happens with all that data? Oneplus leaks have hit the web. Samsung might have confirmed the death … Continue reading "#SGGQA 181…
 
If rumors are to be believed, the Galaxy Note series may have run its course. Hayato, Ara, Joe, and Daniel talk about the possibility of life after Note for the S Pen, Google Stadia, and a limited edition Pixel 4a. There's also a new incarnation of Google Pay, a faster version of Chrome, and the crew try to understand the appeal of the new Twitter …
 
Duocast this week! Kishore and Norm break down the reviews of Apple's new M1-based Macbooks, review the incredible documentary film In & Of Itself, recap this past week's Mandalorian, and lay out our hopes for Black Friday. Plus, an explanation of the recent vaccine news in a Moment of Science, and a bonus interview with our very own Darrell Malone…
 
Listening to this week's show you'll find the following links useful. Easy Windows 10 tweaks Customize Windows 10 with these tools Best Windows 10 themes Make Windows better with Group Policy Create a custom Rainmeter theme for Windows Christian Cawley and Ben Stegner are your hosts. You can contact them on Twitter as @thegadgetmonkey and @stegners…
 
Description During Apple's "One More Thing" Event this past week, Apple talked a lot about its new M1 processors and the first Macs to be released using them. The company went into detail about the specs of the processor, but they left more questions unanswered than they actually addressed. One of the things mentioned and completely glossed over wa…
 
After months of embargoes, the time has finally arrived. The next generation of consoles is upon us. But that's not all; we have new iPhones in hand, and new Macs on the way. This episode of The Test Drivers is sponsored by: Sync Up, a OneDrive podcast: Takes you behind the scenes of OneDrive. Pingdom: Start monitoring your website performance and …
 
Apple is having a rough week with the launch of macOS Big Sur, and a handful of smaller issues on iPhone 12. The Galaxy S21 specs have leaked, and nothing looks TOO shocking for Samsung’s next premium phone. Conservatives are flocking to social media SAFE SPACES, but will they stay in their own echochambers? And … Continue reading "#SGGQA 180: macO…
 
The ghosts of Android Central past, present, and future descend upon the 500th episode of the podcast! Daniel Bader is joined by Hayato Huseman, Jerry Hildenbrand, Ara Wagoner, Alex Dobie, Joe Maring, Phil Nickinson, Harish Jonnalagadda, Russel Holly, and Andrew Martonik to share their favorite phones and features of 2020. They also examine how tec…
 
This week's useful links: Which PS5 Model Should You Buy? Which Xbox Series Model Should You Buy? Nintendo Switch vs Switch Lite Christian Cawley and Gavin Philips host this week's show. Contact them on Twitter as @thegadgetmonkey and @gavinspavin with your suggestions for future topics. Look out for our other shows---subscribe to the Really Useful…
 
Dr. Mark Dean has a superpower. He wasn’t born with it. He wasn’t exposed to high levels of radiation. It’s a power he learned from his father. And because of it, he was able to revolutionize the personal computer. David Bradley explains how in the 1980s, IBM had a reputation for building big, enterprise mainframes. No one believed IBM could make a…
 
This week the team discuss: Subscription services from XBox to washing machines and Volvos to magazines, we look at how many firms are experimenting with providing their services as subscriptions. Long-term reviews on our most important working from home kit, including desks, chairs, screens, lights and more. What turned out to work well and what w…
 
President Trump is about to lose something he really wants, and that would be his special protections on Twitter. The FTC is likely to sue Facebook this month over antitrust violations. A TON of older Android phones are about to have a harder time browsing the internet. A factory fire at AKM is making audio … Continue reading "#SGGQA 179: OnePlus N…
 
It was a pretty good year overall for Google on the hardware front, although Daniel, Jerry, and Joe weigh in on the Pixel 5 display gap and latest iteration of Nest Thermostat. Samsung is rumored to be working on Galaxy Buds Beyond, plus Daniel reviews the Elite 85t earbuds from Jabra. T-Mobile is making good on paying back $200 million in debt to …
 
3D printing looks amazing, but it can be a bit of a mystery to most of us. This week, Christian Cawley chats with Ian Buckley about getting started with 3D printing, and what you need to know about the different between types of 3D printer. Beginner's guide to 3D printing Best sites to order 3D prints Recycle failed 3D prints 3Doodler Create pen fo…
 
Games consoles are being unboxed, AMD is upping their game once again, and Austin has the iPhone 12. This episode of The Test Drivers is sponsored by: Mint Mobile: Cut your unlimited wireless bill to $30 a month. The Intrazone by Microsoft SharePoint: Your bi-weekly conversation and interview podcast hosted by the SharePoint team Pingdom: Start mon…
 
Something a little different this week! Wrapping up our yearly phone swap challenge, TK Bay is dropping by to share some thoughts on premium phones and productivity! Our phone trade this year? Surface Duo vs Galaxy Note 20 Ultra! Maybe an LG snuck in too? When it comes to EXPENSIVE mobile gadgets, we have a … Continue reading "#SGGQA 178: Phone Cha…
 
Description It is the best of times. It is the worst of times. That is if you are hoping to build a high-performance gaming PC. Some of the best PC components have either just been released or will release in the very near future. However, it is nearly impossible to get them. AMD announced its new line of hardware. The company claims that the new l…
 
Pixel 5 is now available! Jerry makes the case for why it's a good thing that Google is no longer playing the flagship game. He, Dan, and Ara also check out the budget-minded OnePlus Nord N10 5G and N100. The gang rail against new icons, say goodbye to Google Play Music, and compare Google's subscription bundle options to Apple One. Chromebooks pow…
 
Whether you're planning to buy online for a special event, you're inspired to buy on Black Friday, or have a bit of spare cash to spend, buying with confidence is vital. Christian Cawley and James Frew discuss how to buy confidently, check online reviews and discern which ones are honest and which are paid for, and how to spot online scams to help …
 
Aristotle and Eratosthenes are big names in geodesy. They got pretty close to measuring the size of the Earth. But the woman who got it done? She grew up a farmer, dreaming of something bigger. And her work changed how we see the world. Dr. Gladys West didn’t have much room for error in her quest for higher education. Marvin Jackson recounts the ob…
 
Description Kids are often interested in the newest and most exciting things, and these days that is advanced electronics. In past years, electronic learning kits were available from places like RadioShack, and they offered all of the parts, pieces, and instructions to build something, such as a radio. These days, those kits are old news, with more…
 
Daniel and Hayato welcome special guest Raymond Wong of Input for an in-depth conversation about iPhone 12 and his direct comparison to the Google Pixel camera system. There's also a segment about OnePlus. The underdog has historically placed customers and value first, but some of their decisions have made us wonder if they are losing their way. Fo…
 
This week, James and Matthew catch Microsoft sneaking beneath the App Store's iron curtain and allowing you to play Xbox games on your iPhone (though perhaps not the way you intended). They also celebrate the first appearance of the original Fire Emblem game in the West, and the deets of the latest Dead Cells mobile update. New releases include Far…
 
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