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: It seems a refresh is on it’s way for the Macbook Pro. Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss the rumored models. Andrew and Paul also talk about ultrabooks. Microsoft will reportedly offer new computer buyers the opportunity to upgrade to Windows 8 when it’s …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss Google’s future. Are they on the verge of anti-trust probes? Paul compares Google to Microsoft in the 90s. Can Google learn from Microsoft’s past? No discussion about Google would be complete without Android. Does Samsung have too many …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss Research In Motion’s announcement of BlackBerry 10, their new operating system. Is it too little too late? Andrew and Paul also discuss Android. Has Android peaked? Andrew talks about 4G internet in the home. Why haven’t we seen …
This week on What The Tech: Google officially launches Google Drive. Is it worth it? Paul Thurrott takes a look at Google’s new storage space pricing. Paul also compares it to Microsoft’s SkyDrive, which also recently launched. Is SkyDrive better than Google Drive? Microsoft announces the Windows 8 release candidate. …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss Microsoft officially unveiling the Windows 8 product line. Did Microsoft go overboard with the different versions again? Also how will there be a custom version for enterprise? Andrew and Paul debate whether or not Windows 8 will top …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott cover the launch of the Nokia Lumia 900 Windows Phone. Was the launch botched? Andrew and Paul discuss whether or not smartphones will eclipse point and shoot cameras in the near future. Does quality matter more than quantity? Andrew …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott put What The Tech in viewers hands by discussing topics suggested from the chat. First up, should Microsoft release a new Xbox? Paul discusses next gen Xbox rumors. Does the Xbox make more sense as a media center? Andrew …
This week on What The Tech: Paul Thurrott talks about writing his new Windows 8 Secrets book. Andrew and Paul discuss the Smoke Windows Phone contest controversy. Does Microsoft rig the contest so no one can win? Paul answers questions about the upcoming launch of the Nokia Lumia 900. Will …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew responds to a viewer’s email about pirated software. Do most people pirate Microsoft software or buy it? Paul Thurrott and Andrew discuss anonymity on the internet. Will it become a thing of the past? Paul gives us this thoughts on the new Apple …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss the future of computing. But first, Andrew and Paul talk about the new Apple iPad. Is it worth upgrading for current iPad 2 owners? Andrew and Paul debate whether or not Linux is the future for power users. …
This week on What The Tech: It’s been nearly a week since Microsoft launched the Consumer Preview of Windows 8. Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss the new OS. What do they think now that it’s been a few days.Andrew debates whether or not Windows 8 will work well for …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss Windows 8 ahead of the consumer preview release. How will the average consumer think of Windows 8? Several sites post stories that turn out to be false. Andrew asks Paul how he verifies the credibility of news. Is …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott continue their discussion of Windows on ARM. Will we see WOA laptops? Paul also goes into more detail about Windows 8 and the new Metro interface. How will Metro differ between consumer and enterprise use. Google gets official approval …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott go over all of the newly leaked screen shots and information for the Windows 8 Consumer Preview. Why did Microsoft get rid of the Start button? What other changes have been made between the Developer Preview and the new …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott begin by discussing the situation with MegaUpload. Why did the FBI target them? Should similar services be worried? Andrew brings up recent Xbox 720 rumors. Will it do away with optical media all together? Andrew also discusses the next …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott play a game of what would you do, if you were in charge of a certain company. But first, RIM announces that co-CEOs Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie will step down, and a new CEO will take over. Will …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott give their take on CES 2012, now that it’s finally over. Was CES this year good or bad and what products made an impression? Microsoft delivered their final key note at CES. Did they waste it? Paul gives his …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss many of the product announcements thus far from CES 2012. Microsoft delivers their last keynote at CES. Why didn’t Balmer talk about Windows 8? Nokia officially announces their first Windows Phone for the U.S., the Nokia 900. Several …
This week on What The Tech: Andrew and Paul Thurrott run down their wishlist and predictions for 2012. First up is Andrew and his wishlist for the new year which include better internet and TV integration, USB 3.0 devices, a major iPad competitor, and convertible tablet/laptops. Paul wishes for a …
This week on What The Tech: A special year end show. Andrew and Paul discuss what they think were the biggest blunders in tech for 2011. Both Andrew and Paul salute the worst by drinking. Making the worst of list of companies and products include Netflix, HP, Google, Kinect, and …