Ep. 1004: We have come for your units Video
Since Sunday, four eruptions, dubbed coronal mass ejections, have ejected plasma from the sun that will send particles toward Earth. People in northern states and Canada can expect a light show Wednesday. Courtesy NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory
Skynet is self-aware and special guest Brian Cooley is flying to space to get off this rock. SPAM and an underground man cave seems like a better option for BT. We'll also talk about the revelation that Apple is tracking our location data, but not using it...yet. Kindle users will like going to the library if they even go at all, and we can now officially call the Sony PSPgo the "No Go".
Does Monster intentionally engineer its headphones to leak sound? Joseph Kaminski joins The 404 for a discussion about this and more noise offenses on today's podcast.
Robots. Giant robots. Giant robots fighting each other--just one of the many things to expect from the upcoming Gundam World title.
No, you're not paranoid. You're being watched, you're being tracked, and the computers are becoming self aware.
Sarah Lane interviews Natali Del Conte of CNET's 'Loaded,' Kiki talks about the future of robots at RoboGames, and repairpal.com.
We get a look at a solar-powered light from PiSAT Solar. Also, there's an application from Earth 911 that can help you properly dispose of your recyclables, and the company EcoWatercraft unveils the first electric jet ski.
Sending e-mails or online shopping while orbiting the Earth in outer-space seems like the stuff of science fiction movies. But in this Daily Debrief, CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Rafe Needleman discuss how NASA is working to make these far-fetched ideas a reality.
The Solar Decathlon, a competition among 20 universities to build the best solar-powered house, opened last week at the National Mall in Washington. CNET News.com's Martin LaMonica talks with students, government officials and advisers about the market viability of solar energy, as well as the secrets to winning.
This week, Crave branches out onto our friendly neighborhood tech blogs to bring you a super fantastique, ultra huge, raver-friendly digital turntable thingie...and a bottle opener. Don't be too let down by that second one: it's over-priced and attaches to your bike, so it still has some cache. Also, Donald and Eric get extremely excited over a glorified statue, an electric Datsun leaves a Nissan GT-R in the dust, and a giant robot arm is put to good use. Plus, Jasmine squeals over an elephant with some monstrous dental work, and we take a look at a camera lens
cleavage coffee mug.