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The New Screen Savers: TWiT resurrects the show that launched tech video into the stratosphere

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The New Screen Savers: TWiT resurrects the show that launched tech video into the stratosphere

At the 10-year anniversary event of This Week in Tech, Leo Laporte and the TWiT team announced that on May 2 they are bringing back the variety show that made tech shows a thing.

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