Leo Laporte

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Currently Leo hosts a national radio technology talk show every Saturday and Sunday from 2-5p Eastern on over 180 stations on the Premiere Radio Networksincluding XM Channel 166, He also appears regularly on many television and radio programs including Live with Kelly.

Founded in April, 2005, his TWiT Netcast Network produces some of the most popular podcasts in the world including this WEEK in TECH, Security Now!, Windows Weekly, MacBreak Weekly, This Week in Google, and The Giz Wiz with more than 5 million listeners each month.

In May, 2008, Leo launched a live streaming video version of TWiT called TWiT Livewith 30 hours of original programming each week. 2.6 million people watched TWiT Live in its first month and the numbers continue to grow. TWiT broadcasts from a 10,000 square foot live-streaming video studio in Petaluma, California.

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The Tech Guy (MP3)
How the WannaCry ransomware spread, transferring files from an old computer's hard drive to a new computer, finding a low-cost phone with the latest version of Android, getting rid of the Microsoft support scam notifications, getting the most out of the Tiny Hardware Firewall VPN client and more of your [...]
Mon, May 22, 2017
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The Tech Guy (MP3)
The WannaCry Ransomware attack, Google announces a host of new products and services at its I/O conference, avoiding data roaming overseas, is an A+ IT certification worth it? Sending relatives money from out of state, transferring photos from Mac to an Android tablet, how to make Windows 10 look more [...]
Sun, May 21, 2017
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The Tech Guy (MP3)
Modern replacement for BBS, why you should book your cruises through a travel agent, booking hotel rooms by the minute, interactive whiteboard and Chromebooks for students, getting email to sync on your phone, re-purposing old PC, how to find your friend with the Trusted Contact app, why anti-virus is bad [...]
Sun, May 07, 2017
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