Ep. 1085: Where we know this much is true Video
Amazon announced same-day delivery for certain areas today, although we're not sure if you can buy wines by the glass. We also cover the BlackBerry Storm and Motorola Cliq announcements. Guess which one we like better? And the Danger Sidekick tale continues.
Robots are slowly taking over the world, and a startup in Illinois called Narrative Science is targeting journalists as the next profession to go extinct. Well, maybe just the journalists covering local youth sports and number-crunching quarterly earning reports. We're safe for now, but let us know if they come out with a robot that can podcast and tell dirty jokes. This and more stories, plus listener voicemails on today's episode of The 404 Podcast!
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
We'll break down whether its a good time to buy or if you should wait to purchase your next piece of Apple hardware. Plus new details for the next-gen iPad!
Today we'll reveal the mystery of the Sony Playstation 4. With help from Scott Stein and Polygon's Russ Frushtick, we'll go over last night's announcement and the details we know...for now. Like what's a teraflop? Where's the box? Will it play Blu-rays? Find out on this episode.
Big thanks to Jersey Mike, a project manager at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, who took time out of his day to take Jeff and me on a tour of One World Trade Center, currently under construction. We'll spend most of today's episode telling you what we saw up on the 103rd floor and below the 9/11 Memorial, so be sure to follow along with the slideshow below.
Apple bestowed an iPhone 5 onto CNET's own Scott Stein for an advanced review, and he brings it along with him on today's 404 episode. He tells us about his evaluation experience shrouded in secrecy, why he gave the iPhone 5 an Editor's Choice award, and where he feels the company lost their design footing. iOS users all received the new version 6 update today as well, so we'll take a tour of the new Maps application and lament the disappearance of everyone's favorite YouTube app.
Facebook knows more about you than your own mother, but who knew its "Frictionless Sharing" algorithm could predict your sexuality and out your secrets? Disturbing stories of Facebook TMI on today's episode.
Today's episode of CNET's The 404 Podcast kicks off with breaking news from Nintendo, which just announced a partnership with the American Heart Association.
Fresh from San Francisco where she was covering last week's Apple announcements, Natali Del Conte joins us on the today's pop-culture-y episode.