What The Tech Podcast

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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: Microsoft announces pricing and pre-sale for the new Windows RT tablet. Is it priced competitively? Andrew and Paul discuss Lenovo's Windows 8 line up. Will their new hybrid laptops cut into sales of Apple Macbook's? Andrew also gets Paul's take on Xbox Music. Plus, …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew and Paul discuss the future of computing. They specifically cover hardware, design, gaming multimedia, smartphones, and tablets. Will over simplification dumb down computers and its users? What do most people want? And what are some things we will be disappointed with in the …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew and Paul complain about camera quality on other smartphones. Why can't anyone beat Apple's camera quality? iPhone 5 owners complain of a purple halo on photos. Did Apple screw up again? Andrew and Paul also discuss Windows Phone 8, Windows RT, and Windows …
This week on What The Tech: HTC announces Windows Phone 8x. Paul Thurrott was at the announcement and gives us his take. Apple iPhone 5 sales hit record high, but falls short of analyst estimates. Paul explains why. Andrew and Paul also poke fun at people who waited in line …
This week on What The Tech: Paul Thurrott unleashes on the new Apple iPhone 5. What criticisms does Paul have? Andrew comments on the key note. Was it too long? Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer gives out a ballpark figure for Windows Surface. Paul tries to break it down. Andrew and …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss Nokia's newest pair of Windows Phone 8 devices, the Lumia 920 and Lumia 820. Are all criticisms of Windows Phone 8 valid? Andrew and Paul look ahead to the Apple event. Will we see an iPad mini? Paul …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott look ahead at the many announcements expected this month. First up they look at the Nokia event happening this week. What does Nokia need to do to impress Andrew and Paul? Amazon plans to announce new Kindle's this month. …
This week on What The Tech: Paul Thurrott rants about having too many electrical convertors for all of the different countries he visits. Should there be a standard or universal electrical outlet and plug? Andrew and Paul discuss what the future of cable set top boxes should be like. Paul …
This week on What The Tech: Paul Thurrott is finally back in the states. How as his vacation in France? Andrew and Paul talk about broadband access. Will we ever see access to broadband everywhere? OnLive announces their restructuring. What went wrong, and will we ever see OnLive again? Andrew …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott tackle the rumor that Microsoft's Windows RT tablet will launch for $199. Is that true? Andrew calls into question Windows Store. Will it have enough apps when Windows 8 launches? Also, could Microsoft move to a yearly update schedule …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew interviews Paul Thurrott about the technological differences of France compared to the US, since Paul is there on vacation. Do we really have it better here? Microsoft launches Outlook web mail. Why didn't they just go with Hotmail? Andrew and Paul also discuss …
This week on What The Tech: Both Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrot give their thoughts on the Nexus 7 tablet after having used it for a week. Should Apple make an iPad mini? Andrew and Paul also discuss other tablets that are due this year. YouTube wants users to go …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew shows off his brand new Google Nexus 7 tablet. He and Paul Thurrott discuss the Nexus 7 compared to other tablets including the iPad and Kindle Fire. Can the Nexus 7 compete with an iPad? Paul also gives us insight and information about …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew complains about the install process for OS X Mountain Lion. What is wrong with it? Andrew and Paul compare the direction Microsoft is going compared to Apple. Is Apple now behind Windows 8? Reports suggest that Amazon may be developing a smartphone. Does …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss some of the products announced at Google I/O this year. First up is the Nexus Q. Should Google have even made the Nexus Q? Google unveils the Nexus 7 tablet. How does it stack up to the tablets …
This week on What The Tech: Paul Thurrott discusses a frustrating problem he encountered while using Windows 8 and offers a work around for it. Is this problem affecting other users? Andrew and Paul revisit their initial discussion of the new Windows Surface tablets. Paul runs down his thoughts on …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss the new Windows Surface tablets Microsoft announced this week. How much will they cost, and will they be able to compete against the iPad? Also, a leaked document stirs up new rumors of a next generation Xbox. Andrew …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss Apple’s keynote announcements from WWDC including the new MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, OS X Mountain Lion, iOS 6 and more. What does Paul make of the new maps app in iOS 6? Andrew and Paul debate where Microsoft …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss the new Windows 8 Release Preview. What changes have they made? Andrew and Paul also discuss Facebook’s stock. Did they burst the new tech bubble? What The Tech is sponsored by: Hover.com. Domain names made simple. Go to …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott celebrate Paul finishing his new Windows 8 Secrets book by drinking. Andrew and Paul also discuss Microsoft killing Aero in Windows 8. Does their reason for removing Aero make sense? Paul questions whether or not Microsoft is leaving desktop …