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TWiRT Ep. 352 – Streaming Challenges & Solutions with Matt Kellogg

Streaming audio is bringing a whole new lexicon - geo-targeting, geo-fencing, interstitials, pre-rolls, adaptive bit-rates, video, and virtualization. Matt Kellogg - a guy with a solid radio background - joins us from StreamGuys to sort it all out.

What The Tech Ep. 358 – Apple 2017 WWDC Recap

Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott recap the announcements Apple made at this year's WWDC including the new iMac Pro, Apple HomePod, and iOS 11. What stuck out in the bevy of announcements this year? Microsoft announces Xbox Game Pass. Paul explains what Game Press is, and how it isn't like Netflix.

Spencer Kobren’s The Bald Truth – The Real History of FUE?

Winston Churchill said that “history is written by the victors”. The problem today is that the internet will have something to say about what’s written if it’s just flat out wrong. In this episode, Spencer Kobren and Joe Tillman not only talk about the real history of FUE but Spencer talks about the verifiable proof the truth that documents it all.

Mat Men Ep. 187 – Extreme Rules Rules!

The Mat Men are back and talking all that awesome wrestling goodness. They talk the lead up to WWE Extreme Rules, the matches, Monday Night Raw, Bayley, storylines going forward, Smackdown, MITB, NXT, NJPW Best of the Super Juniors, and much more! This is another fun one folks! Wrestling is pretty sweet again - enjoy it!

TWiRT Ep. 351 – Virtualizing Automation with Dub Irvin

Virtual Machines and Virtualization in general are becoming popular techniques in the IT world. Now, broadcasters are adopting virtualization for their automation systems. How does this work, and what are the pros and cons? Dub Irvin from WideOrbit joins us to explain.

What The Tech Ep. 357 – Microsoft Mobile Reboot?

Paul Thurrott addresses rumors of some sort of mobile reboot for Microsoft. What could Microsoft be developing? Intel announces the Intel Core X. Who is this new processor aimed at? And Microsoft announces new features coming to Skype to make it more social.