Top Tech Podcasts You Need to Tune into
Technology is evolving every day at an exponential rate. Staying up to date with the latest technology and trends can be difficult. Podcasts are a relatively new way of understanding and learning new material. If you are interested in something, there is a podcast out there for you. We’ve put together a list of our top five technology podcasts.
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From computers, the internet, iPods, and cell phones to camcorders, digital cameras, gaming systems, and home theaters Leo Laporte provides entertaining tech talk that appeals to the inner geek in us all. The Tech Guyairs every weekend in over 170 cities in the US and Canada, and is taking your calls on Saturdays and Sundays from 11am-2pm PST. Check out their site to see popular topics and filter through the podcasts that you want to know more about.
Are you looking to make your home a smart home? Get in the know with this podcast. Stacy Higginbothan, the woman behind the podcast, has been a journalist covering technology since 2001. She talks about smart home devices and how to incorporate them into your home. She also takes a look into DIY smart home programs. If you are looking for opinions, advice, and guidance into your next smart home products or upgrades, this podcast is right for you.
This is an extension to our last podcast we discussed. With a contributing writer, Kevin Tofel who has been a reviewer and influencer of 15 years in both mobile and connected technology. His work has appeared in print and online at the New York Times, PC World, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Engadgerm Gigaom and ZDNEt. Check out their site to search for the podcast that fits your smart home needs.
Home: On is podcast focused on the connected home and home automation topics for the enthusiast and DIY communities. They discuss industry news, look at new products, share project ideas, and present topics for information and education. Host Richard Gunther is joined by co-hosts and guest from the space, including industry experts, consumers, and company representatives. Home:ON has been at it for a while and has a loyal audience. If you want to know about the latest smart home devices from host who have been at it for a while, you’ve come to the right podcast.
Dallas Taylor has a niche for sound and he can help you create the smart home sound system you’ve been searching for. Combining the latest technology with the wisdom of Dallas Taylor to create the perfect home theater or surround sound. Dallas is a sound designer/mixer for networks including NBC, Fox, G4, and Discovery. He then went on to launch Defacto Sound where he’s led thousands of high profile projects ranging from blockbuster video game trailers and advertising campaigns, to Sundance award – winning films and major television series. If you are looking to learn a thing or two about the power of sound, this is the only podcast you want to tune into.
The smart home show is exactly that, the show about smart homes! It is hosted by Michael Wolf and airs twice a month. He sheds light on smart home technology, he covers news, product reviews, and opinions. It is an extremely informative podcast that’s easy to listen to; condensed into a 30 minute episode. Perfect for the smart home enthusiast on the go.
HomeTech.FM is dedicated to exploring new technologies, news and opinions in the field of smart homes. Think “How To’s, home security topics, and even discussing mesh WiFi networks. We really enjoy this podcast because it takes a deeper look into smart home products and all the other components that make them run properly. It also explores how to make the most of your smart home products and getting the best deal. If you’re interested in diving a little deeper into the smart home community this is the place to go.
If you are a straight to the point kind of person, this smart home podcast is for you. Smart Home Showdown is a quick, fun, and fresh podcast. It is perfect for beginners who are looking to learn more about smart home automation. It was created in 2018 by passionate tech enthusiast Caleb Stultz, who keeps it short and to the point with a 15 minute podcast format.
The Peggy Smedley Show is the most influential Internet of Things podcasts engaging, educating, and entertaining listeners about relevant digital tech trends. If you are in the market for a new tech device, you should give these podcast a listen. They are full of valuable information that will utterly surprise you on how little you truly know when it comes to the latest tech trends and smart home automation. If you want to know more about more than just technology, this is the right podcast for you.
The best way to make a confident decision when it comes to your home automation, is to gain more knowledge. These podcasts will give you that knowledge. Not only will it help you make the right decision, they can teach you how to operate these devices and services in the most optimal way. So next time you have some free time, you’re driving to work, or even going for a walk, make sure to check these podcasts!
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