Leo Laporte will be joined in-studio by Aaron Newcomb, along with Gina Trapani and Ron Richards via Skype. We will be carrying Google’s live stream, with commentary from our panel discussing all of the news from the event.
You can watch and listen live at live.twit.tv. The coverage will also be made available as a TWiT Live Special for download and on demand streaming.
(Please note: Tech News Today will record at 8:30AM that day, with Leo guest-hosting; Know How and This Week in Computer Hardware will have their start times pushed back a half hour).
The complete schedule for Thursday, May 28, 2015 is as follows:
08:30AM - Tech News Today
09:30AM - Google I/O 2015 Keynote Coverage
12:00PM - Know How
01:00PM - This Week in Computer Hardware
02:00PM - Home Theater Geeks
04:00PM - Tech News 2Night
(All times PDT, GMT -7:00)
iPad Today is evolving! Starting on May 18th, the show will be known as iOS Today.
Fans of the existing show need not worry: iOS Today will still cover the latest and greatest for the iPad. In addition, Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone will include what's happening with the iPhone, Apple Watch, and Apple TV. (Your existing subscription will also remain, as the feeds will stay the same).
The show will continue to feature app recommendations, along with tips and tricks to get the most out of your device. It will also introduce new segments, including information about developing apps for iOS.
The first episode of iOS Today records on Monday, May 18th, at 12:30PM Pacific. You can watch it live at live.twit.tv, and the show will be available for download and on demand streaming later that afternoon here. (The page will be updated with the new name and album art in the coming days).
Please note: These changes will not affect iFive for the iPhone.