Ep. 1120: Make a lot of nickels, Microsoft Video
No, Samsung is not paying Apple its $1 billion fine in truckloads of nickels. Not everything you read on the Internet is true, but unfortunately this statistic is: 51 percent of people believe stormy weather will interfere with cloud computing. We'll sort through the truth and lies on today's 404 episode.
This week on Mailbag, some notes on the Dodge Dakota RT, Hacks videos, and happy birthday to Molly!
The Parrot DS1120 Bluetooth speaker system isn't cheap, but it looks--and sounds--pretty good.
CNET's Donald Bell helps make sense of the confusing world of digital video file formats and explains some common terms and concepts.
Get some of the programs and that Aero glass look without spending a dime or even installing Vista.
Microsoft and Yahoo finally ink a partnership deal, a new iPhone app can help you track sex offenders, and a "Twilight" MMO game is on it's way--be still my heart.
During these troubled economic times it's important to stay focused on what's really important in life.... luxury, of course! Molly Wood take you on a tour of what to buy for the person who has everything!
Why are schools no longer teaching typing? Typing class used to be a sanctuary for nerds, but now that everyone has a smartphone and a Facebook profile, some school districts are making a case against teaching standardized touch typing lessons.
The 2010 Subaru Outback may have some cutting-edge tech, but not cutting edge enough to stop Molly from ranting about it.
CNET News' Ina Fried got a chance to try out Microsoft's motion-sensing video game technology and talk to some of the folks who are aiming to help Microsoft transform the Xbox 360.