Technically Correct

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

297 episodes of Technically Correct since the first episode, which aired on July 23rd, 2014.

  • Episode 297: Lower Frequencies Can Swim

    November 17th, 2021  |  1 hr 36 mins

    You can spend $700M to call it the Crypto.com Arena, but to true Los Angeles sports fans, it’ll always be known as the Dunder Mifflin Center.

    This week: Comcast house calls, Red re-release merch, and Big Mac headphones. 🍔.

  • Episode 296: Shaq Prime

    November 10th, 2021  |  1 hr 14 mins

    Due to unforeseen supply chain issues, this week’s show doesn’t come with quality show notes. Apparently creativity is heavily reliant on “legacy nodes”. Who knew?

    This week: free throws, college housing, and getting back on that bike. 🏀.

  • Episode 295: Throw It In a Vitamix

    November 3rd, 2021  |  1 hr 45 mins

    “Success comes from knowing that you did your best to become the best that you are capable of becoming.” — Mitt Romney, as quoted by Wayne Gretsky

    This week: beach tacos, water parks, and first impressions of the new MaxBook Pro. 🚰.

  • Episode 294: Water on the TiVo

    October 27th, 2021  |  1 hr 49 mins

    Scheduling note: next week's 49ers game will be exclusive to Discovery+ subscribers who are wearing 3D glasses while petting a cat.

    This week: AirBud socks, rainy Sundays, and initial impressions of the latest Watchmen release. ⌚.

  • Episode 293: Fan Service

    October 20th, 2021  |  1 hr 43 mins

    Turns out John Ternus was never a big fan of The Rolling Stones, but he took a shot at rewriting the lyrics to one of their hit songs.

    “You can’t always get what you want...
    But if you try sometimes, well, you might find...
    You get a pro laptop that doesn’t compromise on performance and has a feature set and design that matches the needs of its end users for the first time in six years.”
    A little wordy but we like this version way better.

    This week: measuring cups, spicy tweets, and oh hey — a new laptop. 💻.

  • Episode 292: Subsidizing ESPN

    October 13th, 2021  |  1 hr 8 mins

    We shaved off some extra battery, chamfered some edges to give you a lean episode this week. ⚾.

    Perhaps that will give you extra time to watch baseball.
    Or you could spend it reviewing your customer sat numbers.
    Seems like as a good a time as any to make some french fries!
    Even if you don’t have fresh garlic, pretend you’re at the ballpark.
    You just need to save some for your old pal Buster.

  • Episode 291: Pet Owner Official Promise

    October 6th, 2021  |  1 hr 32 mins

    When the MLB inevitably shoe-horns corporate sponsors on the uniforms, we think Picco should get first dibs for the Giants. The A's get Homeroom. None of this Rakuten and Bumble nonsense.

    This week: playoff bandwagoning, vanity stock picking, and paternity leave guest hosting. 🎙️

  • Episode 290: The Rita Drinks

    September 29th, 2021  |  1 hr 37 mins

    You know how they say never meet your heroes? That, but sparkling water.

    This week: it’s new iPhone week, smartening up the ghost lights, and Amazon throws more Echo spaghetti at the wall. 🍝.

  • Episode 289: Ground Level Wine Fridge

    September 22nd, 2021  |  1 hr 26 mins

    We got a sneak peek at the season finale of Ted Lasso and we can’t believe that Keeley sues Apple over their 30% cut of Bantr subscriptions. I mean, it’s super meta but we’re here for it.

    This week: KenTacoHuts, California blues, and the third time’s the charm. 🥤.

  • Episode 288: Starlight Express

    September 15th, 2021  |  1 hr 58 mins

    While this podcast is free, please review our revised Terms and Conditions of Membership that now include a termination fee of up to $600 should you choose to unsubscribe.

    This week: steering the Apple cart, real life Screen Time limits, and a drone's eye view of the fall iPhone event. 👀.

  • Episode 287: Southbound Side

    September 8th, 2021  |  1 hr 32 mins

    In our independent testing, we found that the best product for most trillion dollar companies abusing their market position is an agile regulatory environment with the support of the judiciary.

    Why you should trust us: we have a podcast on the Internet.
    Flaws but not deal breakers: boomers don’t always understand technology.

    This week: an Apple Watch sleeps with the fishes, movers and cocktail shakers, and Oakland’s likely future as a sports desert. ⚾.

  • Episode 286: SG&A

    August 25th, 2021  |  1 hr 5 mins

    Pfizer, just call Nate Silver and license the name TopShot® from the NBA. If we want to solve vaccine hesitancy, offer a Pumpkin Spice version for the coasts and a BBQ one for the southwest.

    This week: direct democracy do-overs, summer beta season, and leveraging organic brand synergies across apps to deliver greater value to ride-sharing Americans. 🚘.

  • Episode 285: Bootleg Roku

    August 18th, 2021  |  1 hr 42 mins

    Welcome to California Adventure. Yes, it'll be $300 to breathe clean air, $17 for the mouse themed cocktail, $8 to cross that bridge and see Woody.

    Wait, who said anything about Disneyland?

    This week: feet fingers, live sports on TV, and Ryan got a Peloton. 🚴🏻‍♂️

  • Episode 284: Tough Pill to Swallow

    August 11th, 2021  |  1 hr 37 mins

    If skateboarding is considered an Olympic sport now, surely they can carve out a category for sparkling water adjacent podcasters to juice the ratings. Call us, NBC.

    This week: pigs in a blanket as American as apple pie, suing Disney because direct-to-streaming feels like a lie, and Apple sets up their website for people who want to click “buy”. 💸.

  • Episode 283: Spit Bucket

    July 28th, 2021  |  1 hr 52 mins

    We’re probably about six months away from holding a Mac OS 9 style funeral for TiVo but it’s not quite time. Stay tuned.

    This week: putting the “tube” in YouTube, Olympic fever nears pandemic designation, and we use our TI-83 to find the mathematical limit to the boozy seltzer craze. 📺.

  • Episode 282: Nintendo Switch (Taylor's Version)

    July 21st, 2021  |  1 hr 38 mins

    Have the Democrats considered revising the infrastructure bill to more of a loot crate model for states? Oh nice, this one has light rail funding! All Mississippi got was a Fortnite skin and 2 miles of protected bike lanes...

    This week: cocktail multipliers, fry inflation, and the Guy Fieri moneyback guarantee. 🥞.