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Best Richard Gunther podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Richard Gunther podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Home: On is a show focused on home control and home automation topics for the enthusiast and do-it-yourself communities. We run through industry news, take a closer look at interesting products, share project ideas, and present topics for information and education. Host Richard Gunther is joined by a rotation of co-hosts and guests from the space, including industry experts, consumers, and company representatives.
 
Let’s Talk About HBO’s Game of Thrones! Each episode we’ll take an episode or two of the show and talk about it from three perspectives; Amos will look at the production and set, Jennie will follow along with the books, and Richard is seeing everything for the first time. Whether new to George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire, new the HBO adaptation, or just re-watching in preparation for the final season, we’re happy to have you along!
 
A UK true crime podcast with a comedy twist. 30 somethings Lucy and Emma tell each other true crime stories, whilst injecting a little dark humour along the way. Nominated in the true crime category in the British Podcast Awards 2018. Lucy and Emma pride themselves on being well researched and telling you everything there is to know about the crime in question. So listen, enjoy, and remember, listening to S'laughter doesn't make you a psycho, killing people does.
 
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CES has come and gone, with new HomeKit, Smart Home, and connected goodies. For our thirty-second regular show, we are hosting a very special roundtable focusing on the state of HomeKit in a post-CES world. We are joined by very special guests Zac Hall of 9to5mac, Adam Justice, CEO of Connectsense, and co-host of The Smart Home Show, and Richard Gu…
 
In the shortest episode we’ve released in a long time we’ve got video news from Redbox, Roku, and CBS All Access. On the gaming side, xCloud is now available in a very limited fashion on iOS devices. Google Stadia is available on more phones but it still has some crazy limitations. Lastly, Xbox Game Pass is getting some promised Japanese role-playi…
 
Emma and Lucy do one more episode before an indefinite break due to changes in circumstances. Lucy tells you about the murder of Teresa De Simone, and Emma tells you about Gunther Podola. We love you all and will miss you, but no longer feel we can commit to creating content. This podcast has got us both through difficult times in our lives, and li…
 
There was no way Josh could have talked Richard out of making Netflix’s most recent announcement the featured story this week. In other video news, it looks like ViacomCBS might be making yet another streaming service. Also, the Apple TV app has arrived on LG TVs. NVIDIA GeForce Now is available and offers a really compelling use case and price. La…
 
Looks like we made it For our thirty-first regular show, we are joined by very special guest Hep Svadja. Hep is the Product Manager for Adobe’s Capture, a photographer and a maker. Hep brings an absolute wealth of knowledge and experience as we talk about all things creative! We are excited to have Hep join us for an awesome discussion! We are also…
 
The NVIDIA SHIELD TV received a software update that brings with it some important updates especially for users of the previous generation devices. Josh is excited about a new Disney+ series. Richard digs into all the drama with Sonos. Project xCloud is adding more great games to the streaming service, and SteelSeries launched lower-cost but higher…
 
In the sixth installment of Macinography, we look back at one of the most fondly remembered applications on the Classic Mac OS: Microsoft Word. Microsoft was the dominant player in word processing on the Mac, and 5.1 was slaying the competition. What made people love this word processor so much? Why did it stick around for years after its end of li…
 
We’re finally over our CES hangover, so it’s high time to wrap up our CES thoughts and put a bow on ’em. The DMZ’s Josh Pollard joins us to review the smart home products we took most interest in at CES 2020, including some vendor interviews and our favorite picks. Listen to the episode here or download it. http://traffic.libsyn.com/thedigitalmedia…
 
A Memorial service for QuickDraw GX For our thirtieth regular show, we are joined by very special guest and Mac Ach forum mod Andrew Welyczko, who you may know as Cateye on the forums. Andrew brings a wealth of knowledge and experience with using the Mac in desktop publishing and related creative endeavors, from his 13 years as a designer (among ma…
 
This week’s show gets started off with a lot of great listener feedback. After that Josh and Richard mourn the death of Windows 7. Verizon is shaking up how they offer their TV packages. There’s a new Bluetooth audio, Bluetooth LE Audio, standard that should make consumers and businesses quite happy. Microsoft is attempting something with the launc…
 
It’s one of our favorite times of the year. It’s CES 2020! Only Richard could make it out to Las Vegas this year, but he and Josh were still able to record an episode to talk about all the big news from the show. Join us most weeks for the live recording of Entertainment 2.0 on Tuesday evenings at 8:30 pm ET! Click here to download episode #506. ht…
 
This is 2020 For our twenty-ninth regular show, we cover a few odds and ends from the holiday season, including all the shiny new Apple loot we are playing with. Specifically, Dan talks about his new Apple Watch and whether his new AirPods make him feel like a Pro! Apple and Imagination kiss and make up and CES is nigh! What does that bring for Hom…
 
CNET’s Molly Price joins the show to review the latest news and updates and to take a look back and ahead at CES. What was hot last year, which companies met the expectations they created, and which ones didn’t? And they look ahead, of course, at this year’s CES happening this very week in Las Vegas. Listen to the episode here or download it. http:…
 
We’re always thankful for a new year, but the week before CES doesn’t tend to have too much gadget news to talk about. We did have a few stories to catch up on though, including the apparent early death of Windows Media Center guide data. We decided to wrap up our show with a few predictions for the year. We talked about our expectations for DVR te…
 
It’s lovely weather for a podcast together with you! For our twenty-eighth regular show, we take a break from the usual podcast antics and celebrate the holidays, Icon Garden-style! Tech podcasts are required by ancient podcast law to have year-end awards, so awards we have! Everything from app of the year to our favorite holiday specials to watch …
 
It’s that time of year again. With the weather getting colder and the holidays right upon us, the Technology.FM hosts get together once again for their annual fireside chat. Now joined by Adam Justice, they discuss some of this year’s biggest smart home stories and consider what they’re each most looking forward to in 2020. So grab a warm cup of co…
 
Josh and Richard are back with a packed show. Of course Plex leads off the show as they’ve taken the wraps off their new ad-supported movie streaming service called Plex Movies. The folks behind HDHomeRun DVR have partially redesigned their live TV interface. Vudu will now give you a refund on terrible movie rentals. Hulu brings 4k and 5.1 to more …
 
Today in the fifth installment of Macinography, we journey back to the third epoch of Apple design beginning in the year of 1993. The traditional all-in-one Mac was getting a bit creaky. A brand new Mac in a newly designed case sought to carry the torch of the all-in-one Mac. This Mac would definitely be one for the history books… but not for the r…
 
Wyze disrupts another product segment with the announcement of its new $90 smart lock, ConnectSense introduces some new products, and Abode Systems’ Scott Beck joins us to talk about their products and recent announcement that their security system is now HomeKit compatible. Does that mean we could eventually see Z-Wave devices on HomeKit? Listen t…
 
Takin' Care of Business For our twenty-seventh regular show, we are joined by special guest Jeff Berg, jaberg on the Ars forums. Jeff is a long-time mac user and active participant on the forum, and brings a wealth of knowledge and some great stories to the table. In the news, we offer our takes on the Apple holiday ad, discuss AirPlay 2 getting cr…
 
This week's episode involves the story of Ronald True, a terrible pilot who suffered a psychotic break, and the story of Noreen O'Connor, a terrible ladies maid who suffered a psychotic break. There's an unintentional theme here. Enjoy, and don't forget to vote in the general election! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/pr…
 
Samsung doubles down on SmartThings at the Samsung Developer Conference, Home Depot confuses customers with a new line of Philips connected bulbs that aren’t compatible with Hue, and the August View is back. Plus: Agnes Lorenz from The Smartest House joins us to dive into Z-Wave and examine the Zooz line of custom Z-Wave products that address speci…
 
Bye Bye, Little Butterfly. For our twenty-sixth regular show, we spend some time taking a look at the recently announced (and released) 2019 16-Inch MacBook Pro. Is the keyboard finally fixed? We talk specs, first impressions and whether this is the MAcBook Pro for all the professionals out there, and speculate on when we might get these changes in…
 
Josh and Richard are back together for a big week of news. The streaming service we’ve all been waiting months for, Disney+, has launched! So how is it? Hulu has increased the price of its live TV service for the second time this year. Amazon is introducing an IR blaster while they also attempt to create a home theater solution around Alexa. Micros…
 
Join us for the third episode of Macinography, where we look at influential hardware, software, and ephemera of Apple and Apple-related subjects. Every Mac user needed a place to store their stuff. Floppies were flunking in the nineties, and hard drives weren't portable enough to bring jobs from place to place. Long chained to the expensive and fin…
 
Put me in, coach! For our twenty-fifth regular show, we discuss a number of odds and ends, including Dan’s new phone, resolution for Jake’s ongoing issues with military access on Catalina, a series of mini-reviews for AirPods Pro, the H2O Audio Interval Swim System, and Photoshop on the iPad. If the HomeKit Chronicles, we go back to the basics and …
 
With Josh away this week, Richard is joined by long-time fan-favorite James Montemagno! The two discuss the new NVIDIA SHIELD TV devices, PlayStation Vue’s demise, a Sonos trade-in program, a partnership between Axiim and LG, and so much more. Join us most weeks for the live recording of Entertainment 2.0 on Tuesday evenings at 8:30 pm ET! Click he…
 
The Wink hub seems to be one step closer to death, Google announces a bunch of new Nest products, and Signify acquires Eaton Lighting. Plus Anova Culinary’s Steve Svajian joins us to discuss the latest Smart Kitchen Summit and bring us up to speed on Anova’s latest products and announcements. Listen to the episode here or download it. http://traffi…
 
Our Next Guest Needs No Introduction. But of course he gets one anyway! For our twenty-fourth regular show, which also happens to be our One-Year podaversary, we couldn’t be more excited to be joined by Ars Technica legend, the man behind the OS X reviews himself, John Siracusa. John joins us for a wide ranging discussion on everything from the sta…
 
Hulu has launched a much-requested feature but they did so with a huge list of caveats. Dinsey+ has revealed all the shows and movies that will be available when the service launches. Apple TV is now available on a non-Apple device. Spotify is giving away more Google Home Mini speakers. Microsoft and Google reveal more details about their game stre…
 
Join us for the third episode of Macinography, where we look at influential hardware, software, and ephemera of Apple and Apple-related subjects. Our topic this time is perhaps the most influential Apple laptop of all, the Titanium PowerBook G4. This machine’s exotic exterior and supercomputer insides would change portable computers forever… but it…
 
It’s hard to believe, but Josh and Richard are here with the 500th episode of the Entertainment 2.0 podcast! They are celebrating eleven years of geeking out on home theater technology with all of you! There’s only one news story to cover this week, and would you believe that it’s actually a Windows Media Center story! It is so fitting for the mile…
 
Still Waiting For Big Sur. For our twenty-third regular show, we are joined by very special guest Zac Hall of 9to5Mac for a wide ranging discussion covering all the new hotness…the Watch Time podcast, the iPhones 11, regular and pro, why we are or aren’t rushing to update to Catalina, and our experiences with Apple Watch Series 5. The fortnight in …
 
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