The 404 428: Where we prune the hedges of many small villages Video
Maybe we should have used "So bad, but so good" as our show motto instead of "High Tech, Low Brow!" Today's show is a good example of that, and we kick it off with Wilson's brief and spoiler-free review of Bruno. We also talk about the rise of the Twitterns, Apple breaking the Pre-iTunes lovefest, and Jeff meeting Tony Hawk!
A hilarious comedy in the vein of "Something About Mary" and "Dumb and Dumber" and chock-full of Larry the Cable Guy?s trademark, take-no-prisoners humor, "Larry The Cable Guy: Health Inspector" marks the arrival of a new low-brow hero. The film is directed by Trent Cooper, and also stars Joe Pantoliano, Joanna Cassidy, Tom Wilson and Tony Hale.
Natali Del Conte takes a tour with David Katzmaier of the CNET TV testing labs, where he explains the review process and shows off the workspace.
A Pacman puppet show visits a small village in this commercial for Gametap.
Brian Tong shows you how to avoid awkward text message situations on the iPhone and Android platforms.
Pucker up! The 404 Podcast cordially invites you to help us celebrate Kiss An Asian Day! Wilson and I are clearly delighted with this extremely made-up holiday, while Jeff couldn't be stuck in a more compromising position. Yesterday also happened to be International Talk Like William Shatner Day, so the first story in today's rundown is about his new social network aimed at sci-fi nerds.
Look for me and Wilson at an Ed Hardy store near you! We might just pop up on your television set, too, if all goes well with a casting call in L.A. asking for Asian-Americans to audition for a reality show based on "Jersey Shore" and "The Hills."
This week on the CNET Tech Review: counting down the Top 5 low-radiation smartphones; LA Auto Show highlights; Google TV continues to disappoint; and giving thanks for Chow's new app.
We are broadcasting from the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show where it looks to be the year of the tablets. Meanwhile, Netflix announces a one-click button on TV and Blu-ray remotes, and the music of Johnny Cash comes to Rock Band.
Split/Second is an action racing game, set within a reality tv show where anything goes. Competitors must race through the various tracks, avoiding epic, Hollywood-style destruction with the goal of being the first to the finish line.