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What The Tech Podcast

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Hosted by Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurott; What The Tech!? delivers what every techy needs and that is a spotlight on new and emerging technologies from around the world. They cover everything that is up and coming as well as do live unboxings along with reviews of current products. Join in the conversation because it doesn’t matter if you’re a noob or a tech vet. You will find something you like!
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access_time6 days ago
This week Apple announced the new iPhone 8/8 Plus iPhone X, 4K Apple TV, and Apple Watch. Andrew and Paul discuss the latest products from Apple. Will buyers be turned off by a $1000 price tag for the iPhone X? Paul also talks about the upcoming launch of the Google Pixel 2.
access_time13 days ago
Apple has sent out invites for the official announcement of the iPhone 8. Andrew and Paul discuss the latest rumors surrounding Apple's next iPhone. What other announcements might Apple make at the September 12th event? And Paul updates us on Microsoft extending upgrade period for Windows 10 S.
access_time27 days ago
Pre-orders for Microsoft's Xbox One X have gone live. Paul Thurrott lays out pros and cons of the new Xbox compared to previous generations. Andrew and Paul revisit the state of Android on Chromebook. What's happening with Android on Chromebook? And Samsung debuts the Galaxy Note 8. Is the Galaxy Note 8 too expensive?
access_time1 month ago
Mary Jo Foley stops by to talk about Consumer Reports removing their recommendation of Microsoft Surface PC's over concerns about their reliability. Andrew and MJ ponder what questions Consumer Reports asked users. MJ also gives us her take on the upcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
access_time2 months ago
Rumors abound that Microsoft is killing Paint. Paul sets the record straight about the future of Microsoft Paint. Paul also touches on Microsoft failing to understand what it's customer base wants from Windows. Is Microsoft self sabotaging Windows? And Paul shares his initial impression of Philips Hue light bulbs.
access_time2 months ago
Andrew discusses his initial impression of HP's Elitebook X360 notebook. Is Andrew making the switch from Mac to PC? Paul talks about his upcoming move and plans for cutting the cord and installing home automation in his new home. And Paul praises Google Photos. Why isn't Apple and Microsoft as serious about photo management as Google is?
access_time3 months ago
Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss more in depth about Microsoft's Windows 10S and the future of Universal Windows Platform apps. Will we ever see developers like Adobe fully develop their programs for UWP? Paul talks about why the original iPhone was a failure and the response from other smartphone manufacturers to the iPhone.
access_time3 months ago
This month marks the 10th anniversary of the Apple iPhone. Andrew Zarian and Stevie Richards take a look back at how the iPhone and smartphone technology over the last 10 years has changed our lives. Andrew and Stevie also discuss Nintendo unveiling the Mini SNES Classic. Will Nintendo short the supply of the Mini SNES Classic like they did with the Mini Nintendo Classic?
access_time3 months ago
Microsoft officially unveils the Xbox One X, previously known as Project Scorpio, at E3. Is the $499 price tag for the Xbox One X too high, or just right? Paul Thurrott also gives us his first impression of the new Microsoft Surface Pro, and Apple iPad Pro. What would Paul change about these new devices? And Andrew continues talk about his issues with his MacBook Pro.
access_time3 months ago
Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott recap the announcements Apple made at this year's WWDC including the new iMac Pro, Apple HomePod, and iOS 11. What stuck out in the bevy of announcements this year? Microsoft announces Xbox Game Pass. Paul explains what Game Press is, and how it isn't like Netflix.
access_time4 months ago
Paul Thurrott addresses rumors of some sort of mobile reboot for Microsoft. What could Microsoft be developing? Intel announces the Intel Core X. Who is this new processor aimed at? And Microsoft announces new features coming to Skype to make it more social.
access_time4 months ago
Andrew and Paul discuss the new Microsoft Surface Pro, and the continuing issues with Andrew's Macbook Pro.
access_time4 months ago
Stevie Richards and Andrew Zarian compare notes about the new Apple MacBook Pro. What are their likes and dislikes with Apple's new MacBook Pro. Stevie also talks about the trouble he has with his Sony Playstation. Stevie also discusses what equipment he uses to create his fitness videos.
access_time5 months ago
Microsoft Announces Windows 10 S and Surface laptop. What is Windows 10 S, and how does it differ from Windows RT? Brad Sams runs down Microsoft's new Surface Laptop. Why is Microsoft launching a laptop now?
access_time5 months ago
Paul Thurrott explains why he is returning the Samsung Galaxy S8. Andrew and Paul also discuss current problems with Google's Android platform. What does Google need to fix with Android? Microsoft will hold an event next week. Paul runs down new info about Microsoft's upcoming event.
access_time5 months ago
The Samsung Galaxy S8 is officially out. Paul gives his thoughts on the brand new Samsung Galaxy S8, plus the new Moto G5. What did Samsung get right with the Galaxy S8, and what did they get wrong? And Andrew and Paul follow up on their thoughts on what Microsoft may announce at their event next month.
access_time5 months ago
Micrsosoft officially announces a Spring event being held on May 2. Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss what Microsoft may announce at this event. Could we see Microsoft Cloud Books, or a refresh of Surface Books? Andrew and Paul also discuss the state of Android. Is it time for Microsoft to embrace Android? And Andrew rants about the quality of apps on Android versus iPhone.
access_time6 months ago
New information about Microsoft's Project Scorpio come out. How much will Project Scorpio cost? Apple apologizes for the lack of updates to the Mac Pro. Andrew and Paul discuss whether Apple needs to slim down the products they offer.
access_time6 months ago
Andrew talks about his experience buying a new 15 inch MacBook Pro. Is the keyboard on the new MacBook Pro the best of any laptop? Samsung announces the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus. And Microsoft will sell the Galaxy S8 at Microsoft Stores.
access_time6 months ago
Iyaz Ahktar joins Andrew to discuss the new Apple line up. Will the price drop help iPad sales. Android O has made its way into the hands if developers. What changes will we see in the latest version of android.
access_time6 months ago
Andrew talks about getting Android 7 on his Samsung phone. Andrew and Paul follow up on the new AMD Ryzen chips. Is AMD back in the game? Paul talks about the state of UWP apps. Are UWP apps a joke?
access_time7 months ago
Microsoft's authentication service suffers an technical glitch. Do we depend too much on the cloud? Microsoft also changes the way updates are run in the Creator's Update. And the Nintendo Switch is the fastest selling Nintendo console of all time.
access_time7 months ago
Microsoft hints at mixed reality and augmented reality use for Project Scorpio. Will Microsoft sell a VR headset with Project Scorpio? YouTube announces a $35 TV service. How will YouTube's cord cutting TV service differ from DirecTV Now and Sling TV? And Paul gives his thoughts on Dell's new XPS 15 laptop.
access_time7 months ago
Andrew and Paul discuss whether Microsoft Windows signature PCs still matter. Samsung Galaxy S8 will reportedly go on sale in April with new even larger 6.2 inch screen. Can a smartphone screen be too big? And Paul talks about the two big updates for Windows 10 coming this year.
access_time7 months ago
Nokia is relaunching the 3310. Will we see a rise in demand for feature phones? Intel will release it's 8th generation Coffee Lake chips this year. Could AMD overtake Intel? Andrew and Paul also discuss the state of tech in cars, and how we watch TV has changed.
access_time7 months ago
Andrew and Paul follow up last week's new about Microsoft's plans for Windows Cloud. Is Windows Cloud meant to compete with Chromebooks? Microsoft is making big changes to Windows Setup. What is Microsoft changing and why? And Paul talks about scanning his old photos and uploading them to the cloud.
access_time8 months ago
Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss rumors of a new Windows Cloud product. What is Windows Cloud and how would it work? Andrew and Paul also talk about Android app support on Chromebooks. Will we finally get Android app support on Chromebooks this year?
access_time8 months ago
Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss the continued decline of PC sales. Why are sales of PC's still continuing to fall and will sales ever rebound? Paul talks about Game Mode being enabled in Microsoft Windows 10. What is Game Mode and what does it do? And Microsoft has a problem getting Windows 7 users to upgrade to Windows 10. Why are users not upgrading to Windows 10?
access_time8 months ago
Microsoft patents a foldable screen for a phone. What does this mean for the future of mobile devices from Microsoft? Verizon may be looking to buy Comcast or Charter. Would such an acquisition pass federal regulators? And Andrew continues his discussion of Kodi and users who use it to cut the cord.
access_time8 months ago
Paul Thurrott discusses the best of what he says at CES this year including the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, LG Gram, Dell Precision 5720 All-In-One, HP Sprout Pro, and Lenovo Miix 720. Paul also talks about his experience at CES and whether Intel will ever catch up to Qualcomm in the mobile market.
access_time9 months ago
Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott take a look back at their tech predictions from last year. How many of their predictions were accurate? Andrew and Paul also discuss tech in the new year. Will Samsung be able to recover from the Galaxy Note 7 blunder and will Apple continue to struggle? The guys also discuss Google, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Nintendo and more.
access_time9 months ago
Andrew and Paul continue their worst of 2016 discussion. What else made Andrew and Paul's worst of list this year?
access_time9 months ago
Andrew and Paul run down their worst in tech of 2016 including Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones exploding, and Microsoft forcing Windows 10 upgrades on users.
access_time9 months ago
Andrew and Paul discuss the best tech of 2016 including the HP Spectre 360, Windows 10, Pokemon Go, and more. What 2016 really the year of 4K TV and HDR? Andrew and Paul also discuss how USB-C changed tech in 2016, and virtual reality.
access_time10 months ago
AT&T launches DirecTV Now. Andrew gives his first hand review of the new cord cutting service. Can DirecTV Now replace cable TV? Amazon launches Amazon Go, a unique grocery store. Is Amazon Go the future of grocery stores? And Andrew and Paul reflect on tech in 2016. Was 2016 a disappointing or exciting year for tech?
access_time10 months ago
Microsoft is reportedly working on x86 emulation for ARM based versions of Windows 10. Could x86 emulation for ARM revitalize Windows Phone? Paul runs down what he knows about the Windows VR headset. What should we expect? Andrew talks about the VOYO VBook V3 Ultrabook. And has the hype for Black Friday deals died?
access_time10 months ago
Reviews of Apple's new MacBook Pro with TouchBar start circulating. Why are some MacBook Pro users unhappy with Apple's latest? The Microsoft Xbox officially turns 15 years old. How did Microsoft get the Xbox so right? Also Andrew and Brad discuss Windows on ARM and harassment on social media.
access_time11 months ago
AT&T will reportedly offer Direct TV Now customers a free Apple TV. Is this how cable companies head off cord cutters? Paul addresses rumors of an Intel based Windows Phone. Could it be a Microsoft Surface Phone? And Andrew and Paul discuss some of the complaints about the new MacBook Pro and USB-C. Are people right to be upset or is it all faux outrage?
access_time11 months ago
Andrew and Paul discuss the new Microsoft Surface Book and Apple MacBook Pro. Andrew explains his love/hate relationship with Windows 10. Should Microsoft give Windows 10 users more control over which updates are installed? Paul discusses the upcoming creators update for Windows 10 and the new Microsoft Surface Studio. Did Microsoft knock the event out of the park? Paul tries to explain where the Surface Studio fits in the current market.
access_time11 months ago
Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss what they expect to be announced at both the Microsoft Windows 10 and Apple events this week. Is Apple working on an iMessage app for Android?
access_time11 months ago
Samsung officially halts production of the Galaxy Note 7 after more devices go up in smoke. Will Samsung be able to earn back trust of their customers after this failure? Paul discusses Roku's new line up of set top boxes. Does Roku have too many models to choose from? And Paul brings up what you can expect from the latest Windows Insider build.
access_time12 months ago
Google held an event announcing new hardware including the new Pixel and Pixel XL devices. How do the new Pixel devices compare to Google's previous Nexus devices? Google also announced Google Wifi, a home mesh wifi system. Is Google Wifi the future of home networking? Andrew and Paul also discuss the new Chromecast Ultra and Daydream VR headset.
access_time12 months ago
Andrew talks about his conspiracy theory regarding appliances and Iyaz talks about how expectations the future generation has for technology.
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