Tech Break brings you technology news and updates as they happen. So stay informed and discover new gadgets, apps, unboxings, beta releases, interviews, and essential excerpts from our shows. With Tech Break there is no set schedule and our hosts will publish new content as it develops. This feed has been discontinued, but you can find the clips in our archives.
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I really love the small TWIT clips, Leo's guests and co-hosts are excellent. But the biggest issue is when Leo is present. He constantly interrupts and talks over his co-hosts who have much more balanced and varied opinions, often with more expertise in the specialized subject. Please let them speak and this would easily become a 5 start show. The shows without Leo are definitely 5 stars and there is something for everyone.
Leo's been the voice of technology in my life since I was a child and used to watch him on the screensavers, John McAfee was like Charlie Sheen and Elon musk had a baby together
Great clips from some of the longer shows, allowing you to quickly grab an update on a topic without having to dig into the full show. As always the team are first rate at interviewing and interpreting. more
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Tech Break launched 10 years ago and published 238 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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