Podcasts

Thats So Project Raven

What is Project Raven? We look into the spy program from the United Arab Emirates and how it employed ex NSA agents.

The Ose CES Controversy

Stuff Your Mom Didn't Tell You host Anney Reese joins the show to talk about a controversy during CES 2019. A sex toy called the Ose received an innovation award but then the Consumer Technology Association rescinded the award and banned the product from CES. What happened?

TechStuff Classic: Sets its VCR

When was the VCR invented? Who opposed the VCR? When did the VCR die? Listen in as Chris and Jonathan explore the origin, opposition to and death of the VCR.

The Epic Story of Fortnite

In 2011, Epic Games teased a new video game called Fortnite. Six years later, the game finally emerged from development and took the world by storm. What's the story behind Fortnite?

RCA and its 100th Year

We say that it's RCA's 100th anniversary, but is the company of today the same as the one that debuted in 1919? We look at how RCA has changed dramatically since the mid 1950s. 

TechStuff Classic: Old Tech Never Dies

What is legacy technology? Why do we still have old technology that should be obsolete? Will the fax machine ever die? Join Chris and Jonathan as they investigate the strange cases of technology that never seems to die.

RCA and Color Television

RCA and CBS were in a race to define the standard for color television. CBS won. Or did it? How did RCA and David Sarnoff push a different approach to color television?

RCA During World War II

Before the United States entered World War II, RCA was developing an electronic television. How did TV work and what did RCA do while the country was at war?

TechStuff Classic: How Image Sensors Work

How important is a digital camera’s image sensor? What are the two main types of image sensors? Which type of image sensor is best? Tune in as your favorite tech gurus (that's Jonathan and Chris) answer these question and more.

The Birth of RCA

RCA is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2019. How did this company get started and how did it dominate radio for years?