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Hosted by Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurott; What The Tech!? delivers what every techy needs and that is a spotlight on new and emerging technologies from around the world. They cover everything that is up and coming as well as do live unboxings along with reviews of current products. Join in the conversation because it doesn’t matter if you’re a noob or a tech vet. You will find something you like!

What The Tech Ep. 350 – New Microsoft Project Scorpio Info

New information about Microsoft's Project Scorpio come out. How much will Project Scorpio cost? Apple apologizes for the lack of updates to the Mac Pro. Andrew and Paul discuss whether Apple needs to slim down the products they offer.

What The Tech Ep. 349 – Samsung Announces The Galaxy S8

Andrew talks about his experience buying a new 15 inch MacBook Pro. Is the keyboard on the new MacBook Pro the best of any laptop? Samsung announces the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus. And Microsoft will sell the Galaxy S8 at Microsoft Stores.

What The Tech Ep. 348 – Android O Preview

Iyaz Ahktar joins Andrew to discuss the new Apple line up. Will the price drop help iPad sales. Android O has made its way into the hands if developers. What changes will we see in the latest version of android.

What The Tech Ep. 347 – AMD Making A Comeback

Andrew talks about getting Android 7 on his Samsung phone. Andrew and Paul follow up on the new AMD Ryzen chips. Is AMD back in the game? Paul talks about the state of UWP apps. Are UWP apps a joke?

What The Tech Ep. 346 – Microsoft’s Link to the Cloud

Microsoft's authentication service suffers an technical glitch. Do we depend too much on the cloud? Microsoft also changes the way updates are run in the Creator's Update. And the Nintendo Switch is the fastest selling Nintendo console of all time.

What The Tech Ep. 345 – Microsoft’s Project Scorpio Will...

Microsoft hints at mixed reality and augmented reality use for Project Scorpio. Will Microsoft sell a VR headset with Project Scorpio? YouTube announces a $35 TV service. How will YouTube's cord cutting TV service differ from DirecTV Now and Sling TV? And Paul gives his thoughts on Dell's new XPS 15 laptop.