What you need to know
- This Week in Tech (TWiT) is a weekly podcast show discussing all things tech, as the name implies.
- This week (in tech), Windows 11 and Microsoft's Surface devices were points of discussion.
- Windows Central's very own executive editor Daniel Rubino hopped on TWiT to weigh in on the topics.
Perhaps you're tired of consuming your tech news and editorials via the written word and want it spoken in your ear over the course of two and a half hours. That's where podcasts and talk shows come into play, such as the This Week in Tech (TWiT) show.
While Windows Central has its own podcast you can check out whenever you want, it's worth noting that our staff crop up on other shows quite frequently. Take, for example, Windows Central Executive Editor Daniel Rubino, who recently showed up on This Week in Tech to discuss Windows 11 and Surface news. Want to hear his experience with Bloomberry ice cream, thoughts on Windows 95, and insights on other can't-miss topics? This is where you go.
In all seriousness, there's a lot of timely discussion in the podcast amidst the lighter subjects, such as talk about Surface device benchmarks, what the Surace Laptop Studio brings to the table, the new Microsoft Store, and Windows 11's scope as an update to Windows. So if you want expert takes and banter served to you over a runtime that'll give Christopher Nolan movies a run for their money, check out TWiT. You can see Rubino's appearance in TWiT episode 844.
Alternatively, stick around Windows Central for written takes on all of the aforementioned topics, including editorials from Rubino on subjects such as whether an eGPU and Surface Laptop Studio are a match made in heaven or bad pairing.
Robert Carnevale is the News Editor for Windows Central. He's a big fan of Kinect (it lives on in his heart), Sonic the Hedgehog, and the legendary intersection of those two titans, Sonic Free Riders. He is the author of Cold War 2395. Have a useful tip? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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