LG Rollable Phone, Apple Silicon Event, & How We Survived Techtober
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In this week's episode, we dissect LG's new concept rollable phone patent and preview Apple's upcoming Silicon event. Lastly, we hit up the Twitter mailbag to answer questions from you, our listeners, about anything we may have missed during our busy season. It's a fruitless attempt at playing catch-up with your plethora of questions. Happy Technovember!


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Linus Tech Tips
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This Week in Tech (Audio)
TWiT
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Talking Cars (MP3)
Consumer Reports
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The Chrome Cast
Chrome Unboxed
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Alphabet Scoop | 9to5Google
9to5Mac
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WorldPodcasts.com / Gorilla Voice Media
Samsung Galaxy S21 first impressions and CES 2021 recap with Dave Altavilla and Marco Chiappetta of HotHardware
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1 hr 11 min
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