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Your first podcast of the week is the last word in tech. Join the top tech pundits in a roundtable discussion of the latest trends in high tech.

Records live every Sunday at 5:15pm Eastern / 2:15pm Pacific / 21:15 UTC.

This Week in Tech (MP3) TWiT TV

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    • 3.9, 2.1K Ratings

Your first podcast of the week is the last word in tech. Join the top tech pundits in a roundtable discussion of the latest trends in high tech.

Records live every Sunday at 5:15pm Eastern / 2:15pm Pacific / 21:15 UTC.

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5
2.1K Ratings

2.1K Ratings

Avec ,

Let the People Speak!

First off, let me say that I love TWiT. With that said, I now beg Leo and John Dvorak to back up and please let the other TWiT's speak for more than a few seconds without the constant, incessant interjection and interruption. Robert Heron, Alex Lindsay and Patrick Norton very frequently have great information to share but it’s almost always drowned out by Leo's need to hear himself speak and Dvorak's endless hot air. I love punditry as much as the next guy but these men rarely let the others speak without interruption. As a long time radio personality, Leo should know better. I love the show, but they really ought to allow everyone to speak equally. Very often Leo and Dvorak show just how old they are by being dismissive and curmudgeonly about things they often know little about, and instead of allowing the others to teach them they just yell them down into submission. Too bad fellas! Get your act together!

Henson123 ,

Saddest nosedive in Podcast history...

What used to be an interesting, fun, and informative discussion about all things tech has slumped so badly that it now barely even lives up to its own title.

The first 10-20 episodes were wonderful, with a high-quality and listener-centered panel, headed by the personable Laporte. Recently, however, the topics are increasingly obscure, the banter increasingly self-centered, the audio quality increasingly sub-par, and the presence of certain voices increasingly grating. John C. Dvorak deserves special credit in the destruction of this podcast for using his inclusion in the group of TWiTs to feed his ever-more-alienating ego. After months of committed listening and spreading the word to friends, I am extremely saddened by the quick combustion of a once-great podcast.

Over the course of a few short months, the TWiT army has gone from laughing and learning along with the panel to hanging our heads, and our iPods, in shame.

FrancieP ,

Let the guests finish and stop with the politics!

I’ve been a listener for years and listen to multiple shows. Leo is really a pro, but lately, he is dominating the conversations to the point I don’t know why he even has guests on. Example was TWIT show “Baby’s First Chinese Internet” with 2 guests. Amy Webb was one and he interrupted her throughout the ENTIRE program. She dropped several hints indicating she had been trying to make points throughout the show, but it was so apparent how frustrated she was with Leo’s constant domination of the show. Lastly, please temper the constant liberal bias and Trump bashing on all shows. We are not all from the silicone valley area and many of us are middle Americans looking for information.....not a constant view point of TWIT and guests.....especially Jeff Jarvis. He is obnoxious, but he’s from NYC, so I guess he has no other world view. He is condescending at best.

Thanks for listening and I hope you can take a step back and listen to yourselves so to improve or stop the downward content of your shows. The guests for the most part of fantastic.

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