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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 / 22:15 UTC.


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  • The Original

    Still the best tech podcast. Leo Laporte does this kind of tech discussion better than everyone else, because he is the OG.

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    The TWIT network of podcasts are my go to for tech news every week.

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  • Leftist Echo Chamber

    Too many guests with uninformed close-minded left-wing opinions. These people are the epitome of why we now use they to refer to half the country. Will be looking elsewhere for my tech news. Somewhere where they discourage discrimination.

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  • The wisest voices in tech journalism.

    I’ve been listening and watching Leo since I was a preteen. The team at twit has been around long enough to know the important facts that are left to the wayside, and are quick to sift out the bill. Best tech podcast since forever. Tech news for the tech savvy.

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  • Too Politicized

    I have loved watching Leo since the Screen Savers days. It was great to find he had this podcast and watched it every week. But Leo has got to realize that most of the country does not think like his California guests. This is supposed to be a tech show. While politics has some involvement, this show has gone way over the politics line. Leo could tell them to stay out of politics. I am no longer subscribing to this politicized tech show – looking for a real tech show.

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