What's New Now
By Sebastian Rupley
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Keep up to date with what's new now in the world of technology, brought to you by PC Magazine analysts and producers. We focus on news analysis, product deconstruction and off-beat opinions on technology news and events.
||CleanWhat's New Now 041: Lost in Space||Host: Brooks Rowlett. The Topics: Free Amazon Movies, Visa's Pay-by-Phone Plans May Be Doomed, Hubble Telescope Trouble, Internet Radio Bill Passes House, and more!||9/30/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat's New Now 040: Android Lands||Host: Brooks Rowlett. The Topics: T-Mobile's Google Android-Based G1 is Unveiled, Amazon Enters Mobile Music Market, Verizon's Move to Month-to-Month, Dell Aims For First Time PC Buyers, Google Maps Goes Public...Transit, Microsoft Drops Seinfeld, Apple||9/23/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat's New Now 039: Hacktivism||Host: Dan Evans. The Topics: T-Mobile's Google Android-Based Phone, SanDisk Rejects Samsung's $5.8 Billion Bid, Blackberry Pearl Flips Out, Palin's Yahoo Account Hacked, E-Waste Shipped Overseas, Microsoft Drops Seinfeld, New Canon EOS 5D tries to One-Up||9/19/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat's New Now 038: Evolution Revolution||Host: Brooks Rowlett. The Topics: The Integrated Circuit Turns 50, Mozilla Grows Up, Porn On a Plane?, and more!||9/16/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat's New Now 9999: The Drowned Studio Episode||Host: Brooks Rowlett. The Topics: Tragedy on the Set!, Hands-On With the 4G iPod Nano and 2G iPod Touch, The Infamous Spore Review||9/10/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat's New Now 036: Hands-On With Google's Chrome!||Host: Lance Ulanoff. The Topics: Hands-On With Google's Chrome Browser, Cablevision Rolls Out Free Wi-Fi in NY, iPod Revamp?, Nokia To Launch Music Service in UK, Microsoft Makes Xbox 360 the Cheapest Console, Sony Recalls Thousands of Vaio Notebooks.||9/5/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat's New Now 035: Comcast Caps!||Host: Jason Cross. The Topics: Comcast to Set Caps. Psystar Counters Apple's Bite! Nintendo Boosts Profit Outlook. Napster for Sale? Virus in Space!||8/29/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat's New Now 034: Game Over!||Host: Brooks Rowlett. The Topics: The Billion Dollar Research Lab. Silverlight and Flash: Game On! Mozilla Introduces TraceMonkey. Amazon's New Kindle(s)? Learn Mandarin for Free!||8/26/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat's New Now 033: Unfavorable Reception||Host: Brian Heater. The Topics: Intel and Yahoo Brings the Internet to TV. American Airlines to Offer Internet Access. Sellers Disgruntled over eBay's New Fee Structures. Vista's New Spokesman: Jerry Seinfeld. Sony Announces PSP 3000: More of the Same.||8/21/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat's New Now 032: Unfavorable Reception||Host: Sebastian Rupley. The Topics: More iPhone Woes. The New Old News. U2 Rocks On...To The Internet. To Hack or Not to Hack? Mygazine Launches Magazine Piracy Site. PCMag's Top 100 Undiscovered Web Sites.||8/19/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat's New Now 031: Crap Shoot||Host: Jeremy Kaplan. The Topics: Best Buy to Sell Apple's iPhone. Apple's Crap Store. EBay in Talks to Buy Share of Korean Auction Site GMarket. Yahoo's Fire Eagle. Facebook: No. 1 Globally. Discovery Channel to bring TV glamour to product prototyping.||8/15/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat's New Now 030||Host: Brooks Rowlett. The Topics: Olympic Fan-Fair? Poof! Scientists Closer to invisibility. Cloak DefCon: Hacker technology is getting cheaper, easier. The Txt Msg Matures. 'I Am Rich' Disappears. iPhone Apps Selling Like Hotcakes!||8/12/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat's New Now 029: Knitting for Nintendo!||Host: Kyle Monson. The Topics: Nikon Unveils 6 New Cameras. $12 Desktops for Kids! IKEA Goes Green. China Will Lose the Censorship Game. Google launches free music search service in China. Knitting for Nintendo!||8/9/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat's New Now 028: YouTube Goes for the Gold!||Host: Scott Asnault. The Topics: UCSF creates popular YouTube channel. Are we heading for a human-powered future? Can the iPhone Rule Gaming? Many New 'Friends' to be Made Online, But What About Dollars? OLPC Maine-ia! Lenovo Announces Ideapad S10.||8/5/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat's New Now 027: LG's Blu-Ray/Netflix Player!||Host: Robyn Peterson. The Topics: LG's Blu-Ray/Netflix Player. MobileMe Fixed. Amazon takes on PayPal. Down with Hasbro! R.I.P Usenet. 10 Cool Spy Gadgets.||8/1/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat's New Now 026: The FCC is Our Friend!||Host: Brooks Rowlett. The Topics: Sirius and XM to Merge, FCC Rules Against Comcast, MPAA Follows Suit, Cuil Search Engine Unveiled, Dell toe Delve Into Mobile Market? Recycle Your Old Gadgets and Get Paid For It! Free Wii!||7/29/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat's New Now 025: Digg Dugg||Host: Nicole Price Fasig. The Topics: Microsoft exec who led Yahoo buyout team to leave. Knol, Google's Wikipedia Knockoff, goes public. Google to acquire Digg? Sony opens E-Book Reader to other booksellers. Hasbro Orders Facebook to Remove 'Scrabulous'.||7/26/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat's New Now 024: Making History||Host: Brooks Rowlett. The Topics: Come and gone!: iPhone Practically Sells Out. MobileMe Hits a Few Snags. New Facebook Design Allows More User Control. Your Mouse: An Endangered Species?. "Dark Knight" Movie Makes History...on the web..||7/22/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat's New Now 023: TiVo Launches YouTube Partnership!||Host: Dan Evans. Topics: TiVo Launches YouTube Partnership. Stream Movies at Amazon. Apple Climbs Into Third Place in U.S. PC Market. Viacom Gets Dissed. Yahoo Rejects Icahn, Again. E3 ‘08: Sony Press Conference Roundup. Step Aside WoW, It's all about D||7/17/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat's New Now 022: BMW Goes Electric||Host: Scott Asnault. The Topics: Glitches Hamper iPhone Launch. Watch out: Game Characters Getting Smarter. BMW to Build Electric Mini Cooper. NBC to Have Huge Online Olympic Presence. Open-source Alternative to Twitter. Comcast Will Not Face Fines.||7/14/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
a nice companion for pc mag
This podcast is pretty much just a advertisement for the magazine Jim Louderback works for, with comerical breaks. While they do give some actual information out every now and then, whenever they are about to go in depth into a topic, they say "to find out more, you will have to get the latest issue of the magazine". There are better podcasts out there if you are interested in tech.
Great Tech News
Louderback and Norton make a great tech team that present the news in an easy to digest format. The shows are informative and absolutely hilarious. The back and forth between the guys is what sets this apart from most dry tech shows.
I love these guys. Better than all the other nerdy tech podcasts.