Hosted by Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott; What The Tech!? delivers what every tech enthusiast needs and that is a spotlight on new and emerging technologies from around the world. They cover everything that is up and coming as well as do live unboxings along with reviews of current products. Join in the conversation because it doesn’t matter if you’re a noob or a tech vet. You will find something you like!
What The Tech Ep. 494 - Integration Is The Future
46:49Andrew and Paul discuss how services are becoming more integrated into other platforms. Are companies starting to realize that being platform agnostic is the future of business? Andrew and Paul also rant about content discoverability. Does anyone get content discoverability right? And Paul runs down what he learned from Microsoft Ignite including their plans for the future of mixed reality.
What The Tech Ep. 493 - Google Photos Gains Video Editing Feature
56:33Google adds video editing capabilities to Google Photos. Can anyone come close to matching the power of Google Photos? Microsoft cuts the price for the Surface Duo. Will the price cut have any impact on sales of the device? And Andrew and Paul tackle rumors of an Apple Car.
What The Tech Ep. 491 - CES 2021
56:17Andrew and Paul discuss CES 2021. How has the pandemic affected CES, and did a virtual CES work? Paul shares his thoughts on the future of CES. Andrew questions why there were no new webcams. Samsung announces the Galaxy S21. And an image of Windows 10X for single screens leaks.
What The Tech Ep. 490 - Worst Tech of 2020
1:30:33Andrew and Paul discuss the worst tech of 2020. On Andrew's worst of list: Intel, Quibi, and social media. Paul puts YouTube's content ID match, TikTok, and electric vehicles. But first Andrew brings up the passing of a close friend over the weekend.
What The Tech Ep. 485 - Xbox Series X Unboxing Impression
1:01:09Paul discussing unboxing the Xbox Series X. Andrew questions the Xbox as a media consumption device. Rumors say Microsoft will introduce a new UI for Windows, codenamed Sun Valley. And is Apple building a search alternative to Google?