How USB Ports Work

Dodany: 21 kwietnia 2017


The USB has become a standard port in tech. How did it get started and how does it work?

What was Gopher?

Dodany: 19 kwietnia 2017


Once upon a time, a text-based Internet navigation system was poised to become the primary way we interact with the net. What happened?

The FitBit Story

Dodany: 14 kwietnia 2017


How did two guys with no manufacturing experience create a successful company that has defined an entire new industry? We look at Fitbit's story and the tech that powers their products.

TechStuff is Under Siege

Dodany: 12 kwietnia 2017


From catapults to ballista, we explore the world of siege engines. Which ones were real? Which are fantasy? And how did they work?

The id Software Story Part Two

Dodany: 7 kwietnia 2017


From humble beginnings to massive success, we follow the rest of the id Software story. When did the founders leave and why? And what's going on there now?

The id Software Story Part One

Dodany: 5 kwietnia 2017


They made games like Doom and Quake, but where did id Software come from? In this episode, we explore the origins of a major name in computer games.

Tech Memes

Dodany: 29 marca 2017


What is a meme? What are some of the notable tech memes, and where do they come from? How does something become a meme?

The Story of Comdex

Dodany: 22 marca 2017


It was once the computing conference to attend. Today, it's rapidly fading from memory. How did Comdex begin and what happened to it?

TechStuff Goes Transmitter Hunting - Part Two

Dodany: 15 marca 2017


Joe McCormick and Jonathan continue their discussion about radio waves, transmitters and radio direction finding. How can you locate a transmitter and what is fox hunting?

TechStuff Goes Transmitter Hunting - Part One

Dodany: 8 marca 2017


Joe McCormick and Jonathan continue their discussion about radio waves, transmitters and radio direction finding. How can you locate a transmitter and what is fox hunting?

How Video Game Emulators Work

Dodany: 1 marca 2017


Have you ever wanted to play classic games from old consoles or arcade machines on your computer? Then you need a video game emulator. But are they legal?

Authentication Tech and You

Dodany: 22 lutego 2017


What is authentication? Why is it important? And what are engineers doing to make it better?

The History of MP3 Players

Dodany: 15 lutego 2017


How did the humble MP3 player get its start? When did the iPod take over as the dominant brand? And what's the MP3 Player business like today?

The Circuit City Story Part 2

Dodany: 8 lutego 2017


Once the Wards Company, Circuit City really established its identity decades after it was founded. How did the company grow and ultimately die, and what comes next?

The Circuit City Story Part 1

Dodany: 1 lutego 2017


Do you remember the electronics superstore called Circuit City? If you shopped in the 80s and 90s, the answer is probably yes. How did it get started?

How Magnetic Storage Works

Dodany: 25 stycznia 2017


Learn about the amazing world of magnets and how super smart people figured out we could use them to store data. From old wire recordings to magnetic hard drives, we look at the science and tech...

How MP3 Compression Works

Dodany: 18 stycznia 2017


How does a computer program decide which bits of an audio file to keep and which to ditch during compression? We learn about the mp3 algorithm and Jonathan talks about math a lot.

TechStuff Visits CES 2017

Dodany: 11 stycznia 2017


Ben Bowlin joins the show, recorded in Las Vegas, to talk about the big trends in tech at CES 2017. From autonomous cars to smart hubs to virtual reality, we look at what consumer electronics...

TechStuff and Friends Predict 2017

Dodany: 5 stycznia 2017


Jonathan is joined by a few friends and together they predict what will happen in tech in 2017. Will we sit in our driverless cars playing virtual reality games thanks to net neutrality?

TechStuff Reviews 2016 Part Two

Dodany: 28 grudnia 2016 - Średnia ocen: 5


We conclude our look back on the big tech stories of 2016, from June to December. Gawker goes bankrupt, Pokemon Go steals the spotlight for a few weeks and more!