Tech News: Signal Flares and Police Errors

Hinzugefügt: 19. Januar 2021

Signal found the pain of success when new users overloaded the service. UK police accidentally delete hundreds of thousands of files. And we look at continuing fallout from the riots at the US...

Excess Babbage

Hinzugefügt: 18. Januar 2021

Charles Babbage was a man ahead of his time. He was an engineer, inventor, mathematician, and grouchy pants. We learn more about this historic figure and his creations. Learn more about your...

TechStuff Classic: Why Y2K Didn't End the World

Hinzugefügt: 15. Januar 2021

Despite all the Y2K hype, the world kept turning on January 1, 2000. Did we have nothing to fear to begin with, or did we narrowly avoid technological Armageddon? We explore how the Year 2000...

Tech News: When the Chips are Down

Hinzugefügt: 14. Januar 2021

Intel gets a new CEO, the Signal messaging app gets a bunch of new users and CES gets virtually crazy. All this and more in today's news episode. Learn more about your ad-choices at...

The Google Stadia Story

Hinzugefügt: 13. Januar 2021

Google launched a video game streaming service called Google Stadia in 2019. Can Google succeed where others failed, or will Stadia become another Google product that fades away? Learn more about...

Tech News: Coups and CES

Hinzugefügt: 12. Januar 2021

The assault on Capitol Hill in the US has already had an enormous impact, including in the world of tech. We look at how social platforms and hosting services have responded. We also learn about...

The Death and Rebirth of Earthlink

Hinzugefügt: 11. Januar 2021

Earthlink encountered some serious challenges in the 2000s. From the rise of cable and telecom companies in the ISP world to the decline of the dial-up customer base, things looked grim. But while...

TechStuff Classic: TechStuff Bonds With Spy Tech Part Two

Hinzugefügt: 8. Januar 2021

Are invisible cars and exploding pens just the stuff of James Bond fiction? We look at spy gear both real and imaginary in this episode. Learn more about your ad-choices at...

Tech News: Trade Wars and Classic Blunders

Hinzugefügt: 7. Januar 2021

What happened to Chinese billionaire Jack Ma? Why did a UK judge deny bail to Julian Assange? And are we ready for CES 2021? All this and more in tech news! Learn more about your ad-choices at...

The Origins of Earthlink

Hinzugefügt: 6. Januar 2021

In the 1990s, an Internet Service Provider called Earthlink helped some of the earliest denizens of the Internet get connected. We learn about the dial-up era and how Earthlink helped shape it....

Tech News: Hack the Planet

Hinzugefügt: 5. Januar 2021

News for Tuesday, January 5, 2021. A UK judge denies the US's extradition request for Julian Assange. The SolarWinds hack is worse than we thought. Atari has found an extra life. Learn more about...

Closing out the Tech Stories of 2020 - August through December

Hinzugefügt: 4. Januar 2021

You might have thought we were out of 2020, but we've got to cover the rest of the year in tech news. Learn more about your ad-choices at

TechStuff Classic: TechStuff Bonds With Spy Tech Part One

Hinzugefügt: 1. Januar 2021

Are the amazing gadgets in James Bond films possible? We look at the tech found in the early James Bond movies and compare it to real life. Learn more about your ad-choices at...

One of Our Favorite Podcasts of 2020 - There Are No Girls On The Internet

Hinzugefügt: 31. Dezember 2020

Let's take a little break from the depressing newscycle and talk about the iconic Missy Elliott and how she's been changing the digital game since the very beginning.  Check out the video for The...

The Top Tech Stories of 2020 - April through July

Hinzugefügt: 30. Dezember 2020

We continue our look at the top tech stories of 2020 and learn about how the Black Lives Matter movement shook up tech, how the MeToo movement hit gaming and how the coronavirus continued to affect...

TechStuff Looks at 2020 - January through March

Hinzugefügt: 28. Dezember 2020

A lot has happened in 2020, and TechStuff is looking at the big tech stories that unfolded throughout the year. From tech successes and failures to the impact of coronavirus, we take a look at the...

Home Hard - Lost in Nakitomi Plaza

Hinzugefügt: 26. Dezember 2020

TechStuff listeners join Jonathan Stickland and Ariel Kasten, the host of this cool geeky podcast called Large Nerdron Collider as they wade through the newest holiday movies. Learn more about your...

The Grant Imahara STEAM Foundation

Hinzugefügt: 23. Dezember 2020

Don Bies, President of the Grant Imahara STEAM Foundation, joins the show to talk about Grant Imahara's life, his impact and how his family and friends intend to carry on his memory. Learn more...

Getting around in Science Fiction

Hinzugefügt: 21. Dezember 2020

Special guest Ariel Kasten is back and we talk about some more sci-fi stuff, including the various means of getting from point A to point B. Hyperspace, warp speed and teleportation - how much is...

TechStuff Classic: Where's My Flying Car?

Hinzugefügt: 18. Dezember 2020

Will the flying car ever be available to the average driver? We take a look at the history (and future) of flying cars. Learn more about your ad-choices at