What The Tech Podcast HD

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Being on the front-line of new media and technology themselves, Andrew and Paul discuss the many new technologies being introduced to the world everyday. From the very controversial, to the unboxings to software reviews, “What the Tech?!” allows tech-junkies and novices alike stay updated on the latest technology news.

This week on What The Tech: Andrew is back home from LA, but discusses how using technology away from home is these days. Rumor suggests Mac OS X 10.9 may be much more iOS inspired. Is that a good thing? Also the next version of iOS may be visually flatte
This week on What The Tech: Andrew is live from LA. Google Now is possibly replacing Google's home page. Is that a smart move, or could Google have another Reader like back lash? Aereo will bring it's TV streaming service to the Boston area. Will Paul get Aereo? This leads ...
This week on What The Tech: Andrew and Paul briefly touch on the horrible tragedy at the Boston Marathon and how technology today can really aid in the investigation. Andrew explains a miscommunication he had while discussing the newest HTC Android phone. Are HTC's device names too confusing? Paul confirms ...
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss the aftermath of their Xbox always on discussion from last Friday. How has the Xbox 360 changed since it's launch? Google officially announces plans to expand Google Fiber to Austin by mid-2014. Should Google have a nationwide roll ...
This week on What The Tech: Andrew received a BlackBerry Z10 review unit. What are his first impressions and should more people be using BlackBerry? Facebook announces Home, a skin of sorts for Android that adds more Facebook integration. Should Facebook have come out with a phone? Reports say the ...
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss Windows Blue, an update to Microsoft's Window 8. What updates will Windows Blue bring, and will it help those that criticize Windows 8? Microsoft also announces their Build conference and briefly mentions the new Xbox. How could a ...
This week on What The Tech: Google looks to consolidate all of its communication services into one single brand. Is that a good strategy? Microsoft announces it will automatically push Windows 7 SP1. Microsoft also announces what the life cycle of Windows Phone is. Are people getting too upset over ...
This week on What The Tech: Samsung announces the Galaxy S4. Andrew and Paul weigh in on the latest Samsung flagship Android smartphone. Is it a big leap over the S3, or has technology hit a plateau? Google says it will discontinue it's RSS Reader along with several other services ...
This week on What The Tech: Andrew and Paul Thurrott discuss how we consume media. Does Netflix and Amazon have the right approach to modern media consumption? Paul also takes questions and answers from the chat room including the so called Windows Blue update. Should Microsoft offer faster updates to ...
This week on What The Tech: Mobile World Congress 2013 is in full swing. Andrew and Paul discuss a few of the products announced thus far. Is it impossible to use a single device for everything? Asus announces the PadFone and FonePad. Will anyone buy these devices? LG picks up ...
This week on What The Tech: Sony announces the PlayStation 4. Andrew and Paul discuss it's features. How do they measure up for a next gen gaming console? Are people really going to buy them? Also Google announces the ChromeBook Pixel. Is a cloud based laptop really worth it at ...
This week on What The Tech: Andrew picked up a Nokia Lumia 920 Windows Phone this week. How does he like it compared to Android? This brings up the question of how much does the eco system matter, especially in the case of a user switching devices? Apple CEO Tim ...
This week on What The Tech: Andrew recently visited a Sony retail store. He compares it to the Microsoft stores. Paul gives his first hand opinion of the Nexus 4. Is it the ultimate Android phone? Paul also compares features between Windows Phone and Android. BlackBerry officially announces BlackBerry Z10 ...
This week on What The Tech: Apple announces a 128GB iPad that's cheaper than Microsoft's Surface Pro. Does Apple's move undercut the Surface Pro? Microsoft Office 2013 is officially available. Andrew and Paul discuss the new subscription based offers and cloud integration. Also Andrew takes viewer questions for Paul.![](http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/WhatTheTechvideo/~4/ETq3JwRUPJQ)
This week on What The Tech: Andrew and Paul pick apart Microsoft's decision to kill off Messenger in favor of Skype. Is Microsoft giving Skype too much control over their product? Andrew asks Paul where Microsoft is with the next generation of the Xbox. What type of console do people ...
This week on What The Tech: Facebook announces Graph Search. What exactly is it and will people use it? Also where does Facebook and social networks go in 2013? Andrew and Paul discuss the future of technology. Will the next big leap in technology come from hardware or software? Andrew ...
This week on What The Tech: 2013 gets off to a start with the biggest electronics show of the year, CES. Does Google, Apple, and Microsoft's absence from CES matter? Paul gives a few predictions for Microsoft this year. What can we expect? Andrew runs down what he thinks Apple ...
This week on What The Tech: Andrew and Paul discuss their choices for best technology for 2012. Paul picks cloud computing services like SkyDrive and Outlook.com, Windows 8, and 7 inch tablets like the Google Nexus 7. Andrew goes with Android, specifically the latest Jelly Bean update. Did any any ...
This week on What The Tech: The end of the year is approaching, which means it's time for our end of the year specials. First up is our Worst Of list. RIM/BlackBerry, Nokia, Intel, and the Nook all pop up on Paul's Worst Of list. Paul explains why he's picked ...
This week on What The Tech: Andrew and Paul revisit their cloud debate after receiving lots of email. Were Andrew and Paul too harsh on the cloud? Andrew gives his take on iTunes match, after having tried it over the weekend. Is it worth it? Andrew and Paul also revisit ...