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It's been almost a year since our favorite chef, the Food Dude Kevin Roberts, has graced The 404. Kevin has once again brought us the magic that is Frank's Red Hot and shows us the tech behind perfectly saucing a batch of chicken wings. We chat with Kevin about some tips on eating well during these tough times and how shockingly easy it is to save money at the grocery store. Kevin also dishes out some of the dirt on his new sponsors and how his own show is in the works. The second half of the show we dedicate to some questionable applications on the App Store. Trent Reznor is calling Apple the new Wal-Mart because of its questionable censorship practices regarding a Nine Inch Nails application. Next, we laugh at the idea of Sarah Palin on Twitter and Justin explains how your high school yearbook photo tells a lot more than just what was in style at the time. We're still accepting Star Trek Photoshop submissions for a chance to see the film a day earlier with us in NYC! Send all of your creations to the404 [at] cnet [dot] com. As always, leave us a voicemail, 866-404-CNET.
With Justin out for the rest of the week, today we bring in CNET duo Bridget Carey and Mark Licea to run through the ashes of Amazon's Kindle Fire announcement with price cuts for both the BlackBerry PlayBook and the Barnes and Noble Nook Color.
Google shuts down Lively, Guns N' Roses is launching its album on MySpace, and a look at the new BlackBerry Storm. For real this time!
The new BlackBerry hits AT&T next week, a Seattle bar says it will ban Google Glass, and fresh apps debut at SXSW.
Amazon announced same-day delivery for certain areas today, although we're not sure if you can buy wines by the glass. We also cover the BlackBerry Storm and Motorola Cliq announcements. Guess which one we like better? And the Danger Sidekick tale continues.
The RIM BlackBerry 8820 one-ups the BlackBerry 8830 and offers T-Mobile business customers a well-connected smartphone with the addition of Wi-Fi
Microsoft launches its new OS, Bing gets Twitter and Facebook updates, and there's a Bold new BlackBerry.
he RIM BlackBerry Torch 9850 for Verizon Wireless is a laudable midrange smartphone, but it faces stiff competition.
A new update to Google's Mobile App for BlackBerry concentrates on space-saving and search.
AT&T will release three new BlackBerry phones running the new OS 7, AOL launches it own daily iPad-only magazine called Editions, and McAfee reveals a massive, worldwide hacking attack called Operation: Shady RAT that has been targeting government and private industry.