Technically Correct

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

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

  • Episode 5: We'll Edit This Out in Post (Part 2)

    August 20th, 2014  |  55 mins 30 secs

    In the finale of Technically Correct’s epic two part show, Ryan and Carlos talk about Microsoft’s tablet and smartphone strategy, the 10 year anniversary of podcasting, Overcast, PS4 and Xbox One sales, in-app purchases in games, Threes, and using Splashtop to remotely access a Mac. Oh, and sports.

  • Episode 4: We'll Edit This Out in Post (Part 1)

    August 13th, 2014  |  1 hr 3 mins

    In part one of an epic two-part episode of Technically Correct, Ryan and Carlos discuss WebPass, the current and future state of Netflix, the importance of live sports for cable TV, Uber’s (allegedly) shady business tactics, and Steve Ballmer buying the Clippers.

  • Episode 3: Insert it Upside Down

    August 6th, 2014  |  1 hr 28 mins

    After discussing Carlos’s Jeopardy strategy and Ryan’s love of Sugar Ray (you know, like every good podcast should start), the third episode of Technically Correct covers Apple’s new CDN, Comcast’s faster speeds, iPhone 6 speculation, Microsoft’s new 5th Ave. retail store, the state of in-car technology, Uber’s new carpool service, the “I want it now economy,” and the future of Twitter.

  • Episode 2: The George Clooney of Uber

    July 30th, 2014  |  1 hr 18 mins

    After a successful first episode, Technically Correct keeps the ball rolling (as Carlos would say) with a discussion of the Oculus Rift, EA’s subscription service on the Xbox One, the future of Nintendo, 1Password on iOS 8, passenger ratings on Uber, using your phone as a digital wallet, the economics of making a mobile app, and problems with the iOS App Store.

  • Episode 1: Ace in the Sleeve

    July 23rd, 2014  |  1 hr 18 mins

    Ryan, Carlos, and the train which runs near Carlos’s apartment introduce the show and discuss media on the XBOX and PS4, Amazon Instant Video, the nightmare of cancelling Comcast, Microsoft’s misguided vision of Windows, declining iPad sales, Carlo’s new mirrorless camera, the Apple/IBM partnership, and Overcast.