In almost everything we do and everywhere we go, we are surrounded by technology. From controlling an entire house with the touch of a couple of buttons to riding around in driver-less cars controlled by GPS satellites, technology is a part of our lives for the foreseeable future. To help you keep up on what new gadget is available to make your life easier or if you want to be up on the latest news on how machines are taking over the world, here are a few technology podcasts to listen to.
Accidental Tech Podcast: Hosted by developers and friends, Marco Arment, Casey Liss and John Siracusa, the trio gives listeners a backstage pass to the best of the best in technology. Topics include how to keep your laptop clean to the newest gadget rumors and facts. From the minutiae of programming languages to the latest industry news, Accidental Tech has something for all tech lovers. Find it: http://atp.fm/.
Analog(ue): This podcast looks at how technology effects as people. Instead of discussions about digital devices and the newest advancements, Analog(ue) focuses on how devices make people feel and how they change people’s lives, for better and worse. Hosted by Myke Hurley and Casey Liss, topics include relaying feelings about the show and how to incorporate your new gadgets into your lifestyle. Find it: https://www.relay.fm/analogue.
Clockwise: In under 30 minutes, hosts Dan Moren and Mikah Sargent are joined by two special guests weekly to discuss everything from Windows 10 to online advertising. Each episode tackles four topics with it’s roundtable discussion. Find it: https://www.relay.fm/clockwise.
Rocket: Covering topics such as technology, comics, movies and games, the all-female podcast is geared toward the geekiest of technology buffs. Rocket is hosted by Mashable Senior Tech Correspondent and media specialist Christina Warren, game development and tech feminist Brianna Wu, and family gaming and diversity writer Simone de Rochefort. Find it: https://www.relay.fm/rocket.