Ep. 1124: Where techies never say die Video
On today's 404 we celebrate the 25th anniversary of Back to the Future, take a look at Halloween pet costumes, and more video voicemails!
We asked CNN technology writer Mark Milian to come into the studio today to wrap up the last show of the year, and he surprises us with Peter Ha from The Daily in tow! Our two favorite guests join us for a discussion about the tech trends of 2011 ("hacking," privacy, mobile OS wars, Tumblr, and Reddit), and we'll also take a look at Mark's new book, Letters to Steve: Inside the E-Mail Inbox of Apple's Steve Jobs.
The Nokia E70 cell phone features a fold-out, full QWERTY keyboard as well as a vibrant display. The Symbian smart phone offers integrated Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, document viewing and editing, and robust e-mail capabilities. It's also equipped with a 2-megap
Update your family traditions this Hanukkah with the help of technology. And no, we're not talking about dreidel and menorah apps, but those are out there too! In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi brings us some festive tech ideas for celebrating the holiday.
CNET's Jessica Dolcourt gets a first look at one of Nokia's first Windows Phones. The Lumia 710 is a solid midrange device with a colorful personality.
At CTIA Wireless 2007, CNET's Bonnie Cha takes a look at the Nokia N76 that is not only a sleek music phone, but a productivity device as well.
So Apple bought LaLa and Ars Technica thinks they have a source who knows what they're going to do with it. They're going to make a website that sells music and stores it in the cloud. Kind of like what LaLa already is. But it's going to be all iTunes-ified. And that has Rafe worrying about cloud failure again. We also kvetch about Facebook, a Mozilla employee complains about Google and the New Moon taper is set free.
At CES 2007, we take a look at this mega multimedia phone that also has built-in GPS.
Get a first look from the Labs at the Eurocom M590K Emperor.
The Nokia 3711 is a midtier flip phone for T-Mobile. Kent German takes a First Look at CTIA fall 2009.