Ep. 1131: Where we play ketchup Video
Breaking new right at the top of the show as Microsoft loses its appeal and the court rules they have to stop selling infringing copies of Microsoft Word by January 11, 2009. We also welcome the new White House security czar and the Google Yelp drama plays on. We're on break now, but we do have special episodes in the feed. We'll be back on January 4! Have a a great holiday!
RIP Holo-Pac. 2Pac fans hoping for a worldwide holographic tour are out of luck as its parent company Digital Domain ironically filed for bankruptcy on the 16th anniversary of the artist's death. Mark Licea joins us on today's 404 episode to re-cap the Nintendo Wii U and TVii announcements. We'll also talk more about Apple iPhone 5 hype, the worst accessory for your smartphone, and the rise and fall of the emojicon.
We are on our way to CES in Las Vegas so there will be no new episode today. Instead, here is an excerpt from episode 1131 where we preview the type of tech that is expected to be found in abundance at this year's CES.
Jeff Bakalar goes one-on-one with Nintendo of America Director Zach Fountain on some of the technical specifics surrounding the Wii U's Nintendo TVii feature.
Straight from the Wii U preview event in New York, CNET's Jeff Bakalar dishes out the vital Wii U info, including release date, price, and the introduction of Nintendo TVii.
Thanks to the wonders of GPS, Where and Yelp, both free iPhone applications, find you gas, coffee, and restaurants near your current location.
CNET's Kara Tsuboi talks to Kent German about leaked photos that show an iPhone with smaller SIM card slots. Plus, you'll find out what the rumor mill has to say about pre-order dates.
True, the iPhone 4S debuted to jeers from those who demanded a redesign: but it's selling like hotcakes in pre-order land! Plus, RIM's sad collapse and Google's internal manifesto to the world.
AT&T tries hard to ruin iPhone 4's preorder week. Also, Nintendo owns E3, Microsoft goes cultish, and Sony makes a magic wand.
From the iPhone 3G launch at the New York City Apple Store, CNET Editor Jeff Bakalar speaks with Daniel, a member of an organic farming group called the Who Farm, and first customer in line to buy the new iPhone, making him the new record holder for 'longest time waiting in line.'