The Best Tech Podcasts You Should Be Listening To

 There’s nothing quite like getting a load of laundry done or cleaning up our kitchens while listening to a riveting podcast. Great podcasts make it feel like you’re learning without really trying. If you want to keep up with the latest in the tech world, or want a deep dive into specific topics, here are some fantastic podcasts that you won’t be able to stop listening to.

Accidental Tech Podcast

This podcast, affectionately called ATP by its dedicated fans, features three hosts who are all developers. Listening to their in-depth conversations will have you feeling super motivated, as they truly know their stuff. Topics on the show range from detailed descriptions of the latest and greatest products to hilarious running jokes between the hosts. This is a great podcast for anyone who’s interested in everything ranging from industry updates to intricate programming details.


This is a great spin on a tech podcast, as Analog(ue) focuses on the human side of technology. A recurring segment has the hosts reviewing the previous week’s tweets with the hashtag relayyourfeels.


This podcast is a roundtable conversation with the two hosts and two special guests from the industry each week. The talks are rapid-fire, as they are always capped at 30 minutes, which is great for those who can’t sit through 3 hour podcast episodes (we get it!)


This one is for all our fellow geeks out there: Rocket is a podcast on geek culture and is also the most popular all-female tech podcast! The hosts include Christina Warren who is Mashable’s Senior Tech Correspondent and Media Specialist, Brianna Wu who is Game Development and Tech Feminist, and Simone de Rochefort who is a Family Gaming and Diversity Writer

Back To Work

Back to Work is a perfect podcast for those looking to take an introspective look at their jobs, learning new productivity tricks, and also laughing at the hilarious antics of the genial hosts of this pod


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