Ep. 1134: Where it's safe to drink the water Video
This year, we bring Stephen (aka Darthweef), Joanne (aka Engnr_chik), Tom Merritt (the doppleganger from the UK) and Phil Barter onto the show!
Whether you're downloading or recording from a tuner card, building up a collection of TV shows is easy. Now, we'll show you how to archive your saved shows by burning them onto DVDs.
This is what we get for calling our show "The 404." Despite literally everything going wrong on today's show (sorry, live listeners!), we get it in gear for what turns out to be a hilarious show, thanks to CNET reporter Caroline McCarthy who comes in and saves the day. Today, Jeff previews us on the latest Nintendo Wii games, including the new Wii Fit Plus, Super Mario Bros, Wii Sports Resort, and more!
During a visit to CNET Networks Monday, radio and TV correspondent Cokie Roberts sits down with CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi to discuss Robert's new book, Ladies of Liberty, and other topics. Hear why Google got a mention in the acknowledgments section, her thoughts on bloggers vs. cable news, and why you should print out your family e-mails.
New Super Mario Bros. Wii is a modern update to the classic side-scrolling action games that made the franchise famous.
Reggie Fils-Aime tells how the New Super Mario Bros. U performs on the WiiU at E3 2012 in Los Angeles.
The crew from the original Dead Island thought they were finally safe. They were wrong.
Today we'll unearth a rare recording of Steve Jobs forecasting the iPad 27 years before its existence -- speaking of Jobstradamus, we'll also take a look at a disturbing wax statue of the Apple icon causing panic in Xi'an, China, learn how rapper Machine Gun Kelly got himself kicked out of the Microsoft store for life, and a campaign to end the word "really!?" from the collective lexicon.
On today's 50th episode of preGame we'll dive deeper into the PSN outage woes, talk about renting games from a box, giveaway Call of Duty: Black Ops DLC codes, and demo Motorstorm: Apocalypse!
The designer of such iconic games as "Donkey Kong," "Super Mario Bros.," and "Legend of Zelda" spoke with CNET News about what will make Nintendo's newest game a hit and why it could help create a new generation of musical stars.