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Fisker Automotive, the company behind the Fisker Karma electric vehicle, unveils its newest model, the Atlantic, which is priced and classed as a competitor to the Chevy Volt and possibly the Nissan Leaf.
Jeff's visited the Bay a few times, but he's still blissfully ignorant about the City's love affair with the naked body. From Bay to Breakers, to the Folsom Street Fair and of course, the Castro district on Halloween, join us as we run down all the places to find public nudity in San Francisco, and why Supervisor Weiner is trying to shut it down.
After debuting the final chapter in our 404 Superhero series (thanks Hayato!), we break into chats about the next-gen air-con, an XBox autographed by Palin, cell phone crackdowns, and a Nintendo inflatable cushion that raises questions of hygiene...yikes!
Episode 41 of the Digital City, where we discuss Apple's falling market share, Scott's love affair with the Game Boy Micro, and whether Alienware's $5K M17x laptop means the death of gaming PCs.
Jeff Bakalar takes a look at Halo: Reach for the Xbox 360, the prequel to the Halo series of first person shooters.
David Schwimmer stars as "Duane Hopwood," a down-on-his-luck divorced father who works the night shift as a pit boss at Caesars Palace in Atlantic City. Heartsick about the demise of his marriage to Linda (Janeane Garofolo), Duane does nothing much in his daily life but work and drink. When his visitation rights are threatened after he's caught driving while intoxicated with his daughter in the backseat, Duane confronts the realization that the time has come to get his life back on track before he loses everything. A moving and humorous look at the limits of unconditional love, what defines a family, and how we're all responsible for our own happiness, "Duane Hopwood" was written and directed by Matt Mulhern.
Set in the cold, windswept world of an Atlantic City November, "Duane Hopwood" also stars Judah Friedlander as Anthony, a lonely slot machine repairman who dreams of comedy stardom, and Susan Lynch as Gina, a bartender who befriends Duane. Rich in the details of daily life, wistful and wise, "Duane Hopwood" is the story of a man who comes back from the brink, and is finally able to celebrate life in all its imperfections.
Donald Bell talks with the president of Stern Pinball, Gary Stern, about his latest line of affordable pinball machines designed for the home.
Can a smartphone sense depression? If that's true, then Jeff's Galaxy Nexus is about to blow up. On today's show, we'll review a new virtual therapist app out of Northwestern University that tracks a user's location, social context, and activities to determine mood-effecting triggers. This story and more fun on today's 404 podcast!
TI plans to acquire Nat Semi for a whopping $6.5 billion, Sony is reportedly launching Honeycomb tablets this summer, and the beloved Commodore 64 comes back as a modern-day computer.
All the droolworthy stuff from Frankfurt, what it will *really* take to sell the Chevy Volt, Toyota's gonna' call everything a Prius, and this is our first episode of 'Car Tech Live', the new live video edition of the CNET Car Tech Podcast.