Ep. 1076: Where you don't know you're beautiful Video
Leaked from today's episode of The 404: Google tests augmented-reality glasses, Jeff actually doesn't hate them, and the sticky subject of racism in Instagram!
In the UK you don't have to be in the presence of someone to serve them with legal papers. So now Twitter has become a way to get served. We also are happy that the US government is taking cybersecurity seriously but maybe they could lay off with the cyber prefix a little. And we try to care more about the Palm Pixi. We really do.
Wilson's made a full recovery and is back on today's show, just in time to help us celebrate St. Patrick's Day! We're celebrating the best way we know how without actually drinking alcohol on the show--anyone else notice that Jeff looks eerily Irish today?
Verizon offers faster FiOS connection speeds, Draw Something could become a game show, and a leaked document shows Microsoft's concepts for the Xbox 720.
Leaked from today's 404 episode: Ty Pendlebury joins Jeff to talk about Australia, this season's best TVs, EA, and the rhythm games that refuse to die.
Leaked from today's 404 episode: Devils Devils Devils, Jeff reviews "The Avengers," Facebook phones, and commercials coming to video games!
Bonnie Cha, senior editor for cell phones, joins the show today to fill in for Justin Yu. It's one of the few days Wilson and Jeff aren't worried about losing their jobs for something they shouldn't have said. And no, she is NOT Nicole Lee. What better day to have Ms. Cha on the show than following the weekend that the actual Google phone leaks!
Leaked from today's 404 episode: Ikea furniture integrates an HDTV, 2.0Pac holographics, Eau de Chinese Foxconn Factory, and Jeff takes a spill on the ice.
Leaked from today's episode: Bridget Carey previews her new show CNET Update, dissecting the 1991 "Super Mario Bros." movie, and a collection of the most outdated technology you can still buy today.
On today's episode of The 404 Podcast, hosts Jeff Bakalar, Wilson G. Tang, Justin Yu, and Natali Del Conte review the iPhone 4 launch and reception issues, and look into a software program that can detect signs of depression online.