Ep. 1064: Where just enough is more Video
It's the annual Buzz Out Loud predictions show, where the team puts their collective analyst heads together and predict the future--well, the next 12 months of the future or so. On this year's show, we've got everything from life on Mars to true holograms (at least in demo form), Apple releasing its own TV, a new social media phenomenon around food, and the impending awesomeness of the WebOS tablet. Oh, and the Singularity arriving. No, seriously. --Molly
The iPod Classic is just like the Video iPod, only slimmer, tougher, and injected with a more visually rich graphic user interface.
The 404 goes behind the scenes at the future of motion pictures: 4D movie theaters! Would you pay $8 for a movie replete with back ticklers, flashing lights, smoke bombs, moving seats, and curated odors? This plus 3D drug printers, Amazon warehouse bandits, and a mystery package on today's show!
A social experiment shows the raw desperation of some guys on OKCupid.com, Mashable's 10 most shared YouTube videos of 2012, a movie theater app that rewards texting addicts for not texting, and more!
Google's social app for iPhone got a major update today with a complete graphical overhaul to the Stream interface.
On today's show we're discussing proper movie etiquette as told from a theater manager, Olympics sticky tactics, Justin's mystery notebook, and how to win a RenewSleep Clock!
We predict the future, all that and more on this week's edition of Android Atlas Weekly.
All week long we've been talking about the popularity of 3D technology, both in the home and in the theater, and we've finally decided to invite someone on the show to answer our questions on the future of home theater. David Katzmaier, senior editor of TVs and home theater for CNET, joins us on today's episode of The 404 podcast to fill us in on the latest developments in the world of 3D TVs and what we can expect to see down the line.
CNET UK's Rory Reid visits a London restaurant where the tabletops are interactive.
Bonnie's back, just in time to witness a barrage of futuristic concept videos. We get Samsung's take on the transparent tablet of the future. Also, Toyota's vision of a self-driving psychedelic car from a frightening nightmarescape where the middle-aged are given the Logan's Run treatment. We revisit the fashion predictions of 1939 and watch as flying robots construct foam towers. In Geek News, Eric recounts his obsession with MST3K and the latest Rifftrax Riffplayer, makes amends with Dr. Who Fans, and shows us the creepier side of Batman.