The LPX Show podcast is now even easier to find. The show features interviews with the people behind the technology we use… or will use. The first episode, for example, features interviews with the creators of a dual-OS phone and an upgradeable laptop project.

When I released episode one earlier this week, you could listen to the show at the website or subscribe via an RSS feed.

But now you can also subscribe in iTunes, Stitcher, and just about anywhere else you find podcasts. We’ll also be available in Google Play Music as soon as the new podcasts features roll out to all users.

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Many podcast apps and directories get their list of shows from iTunes, which is why it’s important for podcasters to submit their shows to Apple. But since Apple employees manually review each show before adding it, sometimes it can take a few days.

Anyway, now there are even more ways to find LPX. You can still listen at the website, sign up for our newsletter, or subscribe to our RSS news feed. But there’s a good chance if you search for LPX in your podcast app of choice, now you’ll find the show. If not, feel free to add a link on my behalf!

Here are some of the way you can keep up with the latest from LPX Show:

You can also follow/like us on Facebook, Google+ and Twitter.

I’m already working on future episodes. Stay tuned for an interview with one of the co-creators of Remix OS.

Oh, and I know the thumbnail image in iTunes looks silly. I accidentally uploaded a logo with a transparent background. A fix is on the way, but it might take a while for iTunes to update the image.

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