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How do electric motors work? Are electric vehicles a new idea? Why aren't there more electric vehicles on the road today? Join Jonathan and Chris as they power through the past, present and possible future of electric vehicles.

The Modern Submarine

How did the modern submarine develop? What kind of technology is on a submarine? How do they navigate? 

TechStuff Dives into Submarines

How do submarines work? When were they invented? In this episode, we explore the truths (and myths) about the origin of submarines.

TechStuff Classic: TechStuff Gets an ESRB Rating

What is the ESRB? What procedure does the ESRB follow to rate games? What do the different ratings mean? Join the guys as they demystify the inner workings of the Entertainment Software Rating Board.

TechStuff Takes a Gander at Propaganda

The University of Oxford Computational Propaganda Research Project issued a report on how countries around the world are manipulating people with misinformation. What's YOUR country up to?

TechStuff Looks through a Telescope

From the physics of light to ingenious uses of a mirror, we look at the history of telescopes and how they work.

TechStuff Classic: TechStuff Jumps From Space

How did the Stratos jump work? What sort of technology was inside the capsule? How did Felix's suit work? Join Jonathan and Chris as they leap into the tech behind this groundbreaking jump.




Introducing: Behind the Influence

Pop Culture expert Tatiana Carrier introduces Behind the Influence, an interview series featuring the world’s most influential streamers, Youtubes, tech giants, and everything in between.  Listen now at: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1119-behind-the-influence-49377031/episode/behind-the-influence-trailer-49377033/

The Rise and Fall of G4 TV

A TV and movie producer thought that he could do for video games what MTV did for music videos. But the G4 channel would end up alienating the very viewers it sought to attract.

The TechTV Story

In the late 1990s, a new television channel aimed at the computer crowd launched. It would last six years before a merger would effectively end it all. This is the TechTV story.

TechStuff Classic: TechStuff Gets a Bright Idea

Who really invented the light bulb? What is the Draper point? How do fluorescent bulbs work? Join Chris and Jonathan as they shine some light on the fascinating story of light bulbs. 

How IBM and Red Hat Are Transforming IT

IBM and Red Hat have some big plans when it comes to cloud computing. From open source to artificial intelligence, we find out what they have in store for the future.

Android Dumps Desserts

We rejoin the story of Android to see how the operating system evolved from Ice Cream Sandwich to the most recent release.

Android Ice Cream Sandwiches

We look at the history of Google Android from its development to the launch of Ice Cream Sandwich. This is part one of The Android Story.

TechStuff Classic: TechStuff has Klout

What is Klout? Does everyone have it? What is Klout good for? Join Jonathan and Chris as they get to the bottom of Klout in this episode.



It's My Way or the Huawei

Chinese telecom company Huawei went from startup to the largest phone manufacturer in the world in just 30 years. What's the story behind the company and why are so many governments wary of it today?

Why is Everything Made in China?

In this episode, we explore the history of industrialization in China and ask why are so many electronics assembled there. 

TechStuff Classic: How Hand-drawn Animation Works

What's the process of animating a film with hand-drawn animation? Who patented the process of cel-based animation? What was Disney's multiplane camera? Join Jonathan and Chris as they ink the answers to these questions and more.



The GE of Today

Tragedies and financial crises turned what used to be General Electric's strengths into liabilities. In this episode, we learn how the once dominant company began to struggle and why some think its heading for insolvency.

GE and the House That Jack Built

After World War II, General Electric would grow rapidly to the point of bloat. Then a man named Jack Welch took over as CEO and made some big changes. What was Welch's legacy?