24: The Game Video
Find out why the F-150 is not only the best-selling car in America, it's also Jack Bauer's truck. Molly Wood checks the tech on this big ride.
At San Francisco's Exploratorium, artists and designers show off the fashion of the future. From a smoke-sensitive skirt to a vest that doubles as a video game controller, CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi captures the fun and the oddities of sartorial tech.
Japan is killing it this week with a working demo of touchable 3D, subway rail lightsabers, and a pregnancy simulation vest that's a little too realistic. Plus, a $900 robot that will shame you into weight loss, and Eric's take on the upcoming Star Wars game The Old Republic.
You'd think that there'd be at least one respectable video game with a hip hop tie-in, but they all seem to come off super corny like 50 Cent's "Bulletproof." Can Snoop Lion's upcoming title "Way of the Dogg" redeem the industry for decades of missteps? We'll examine all angles on today's 404 episode.
Millions of blogs were unreachable this week, as they apparently were caught in the crossfire of a feud between a spammer and an Israeli antispam company. Also, jacking a car with a laptop, and more patches coming from Microsoft. Join Joris Evers and Robe
Here's a great video from London pop icon, Jack Penate. Though his profile in the states is low, the music speaks for itself. Full of energy and catchy as ever, "Spit at Stars" is as visually appealing as it is sonically charming.
NHL Slapshot marks EA's first ever hockey game for the Wii.
On today's show, a brief digression on the topic of McRibs and then back to the serious news of the Windows Phone 7 launch, Amazon doubling rev share for newspaper and magazine publishers, and broadband satellite service with real speeds. Also, our review of the first TV with Google TV inside, and the best looking iPhone game ever. --Molly
Ford wants to reinvent the dreaded minivan with lots of toys inside.