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Fanboys have their limits... and a quick podcast update
Tuesday morning began much like any other day of the week for me. After checking my e-mail and Twitter, I hit the "home" button...
Technical difficulties—no podcast today
Due to a technical malfunction, we have decided to cancel this week's edition of the TR Podcast (which would be episode 37). Several factors contributed...
Of podcasts and peanut brittle
I'm currently sitting in my office (which also doubles as my living quarters), eating leftover Christmas peanut brittle and planning for a brand new year...
The TR podcast will not air this week
Hey podcast listeners, This coming weekend's edition of the Tech Report Podcast is going to have to be canceled. I was originally planning on releasing a...
To twitter or not to twitter
I've been trying for the past week to get friends and listeners to start Twittering, so I thought I would explain what Twitter is and...
Episode 2 has been postponed
Due to various metaphysical and technical problems, we will have to postpone episode 2 of the Tech Report Podcast until March 8. Despite my deep...
Send in listener mail and we'll answer on the podcast
Due to popular demand, we will be featuring listener mail on the next episode of The Tech Report Podcast. You can send questions related to...
|Qualcomm demonstrates 24-core ARM server SoC||23|
|Archos' GranitePhone is a new spin on the secure Android device||0|
|Report: PC shipments fell 7.7% year-on-year in the past quarter||36|
|Deals of the week: an ultrawide FreeSync monitor and more||11|
|Thursday Night Shortbread||16|
|MSI puts mobile Quadros to work in its WS60 and WT72 notebooks||4|
|HP's Envy 32 display blends FreeSync and living-room DNA||15|
|Prepare for the wasteland with Fallout 4's system requirements||60|
|Green means gaming on HP's updated Pavilion notebooks||19|
|It's almost as if the company held a big event this morning! ;)||+61|