The Rise and Fall of Atari: Part One03/02/15
What's the story behind Atari? Stuff You Should Know's Chuck Bryant joins the podcast to answer this listener question.
Slow Motion Film and High Speed Photography
How does slow motion work? Join Jonathan and Chris in this classic episode as they explain the technique behind the process.
The Six Simple Machines
What are the six simple machines and why are they so important? Joe McCormick joins the show to explain.
Rerun: How Metal Detectors Work
If you're going on a treasure hunt, you should know how your metal detector works. Chris and Jonathan explain in this classic episode.
CLASSIC: How ATMS Work
Jonathan and Chris explore the world of automated teller machines in this classic TechStuff episode.
CLASSIC: What Do Transmissions Do?
In a classic TechStuff episode, Jonathan and Lauren explain the purpose of a transmission and how it actually works.
What is a Common Carrier?
The FCC Chairman has proposed reclassifying ISPs as common carriers under Title II. Wait, what does that mean? Jonathan explains.
How E-Bikes Work
Electric bikes aren't a new idea. How do they work? Scott Benjamin joins the show to talk about e-bike tech.
TechStuff Looks at TV Connectors
What are all the connections on the back of a television? From HDMI to composite to component cables, we explain what each means.
TechStuff Listens to Negativland
Mark Hosler, founding member of Negativland, joins the podcast to talk about collage art, legal potholes and using technology to make mind blowing sound.
The Sony Pictures Entertainment Hack
What exactly happened with the hack that targeted Sony? Why do some people question the official explanation that North Korea was behind it? Ben Bowlin joins the show to explain.
CES show w/ Ashley Esqueda
What's hot at CES 2015? Special guest Ashley Esqueda from CNET joins the show to talk about tech trends and what to expect in stores this year.
TechStuff Classics: Number Stations
What's up with weird radio stations that only broadcast the occasional string of numbers? Jonathan and Chris explore number stations in this classic episode.
TechStuff Classics: Abandonware
In this classic TechStuff episode from 2011, Chris and Jonathan talk about Abandonware. Is it okay to copy software if it's no longer available to buy?
TechStuff Plays the Slot Machines
It's a classic episode with Chris Pollette and Jonathan Strickland talking about how slot machines work. Are you feeling lucky?
TechStuff Predicts 2015
TechStuff is joined by celebrity guest host Tom Merritt of the Daily Tech News Show to predict what's going to happen in the following 12 months.
TechStuff's 2014 Prediction Report Card
Lauren Vogelbaum comes back to talk about the predictions we made for 2014. Were we right on the money or way off the mark?
TechStuff Remembers 2014, Part Two
Joe McCormick guest hosts with Jonathan in a look back at some of the big tech news stories from 2014.
TechStuff Remembers 2014, Part One
Fw:Thinking's Joe McCormick joins the show to look back on the big tech news stories of 2014.
The CES Story
It's time for another classic TechStuff episode! In this one, Chris Pollette and Jonathan Strickland give the history of CES and what it's like to attend.
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