Ep. 1139: Live from CES 2010 Video
We're very excited for our first official show from the CNET stage at CES 2010, and it seems like the entire conference is buzzing about the latest in 3D technology! We're still working on getting 3D for our show, so you'll have to settle for us throwing cameras, USB keys, and printers at the camera in the meantime.
Ty Pendlebury joins us to wrap up the week, starting with an introduction to the most unique export out of Australia. We'll also show Jeff how to throw up the rock at tonight's Jay-Z concert, chat about Neil Young's new high-resolution music service, and discuss the many online faces of Generation Y, aka gurning
CES has officially begun and we discuss a slew of offerings from the show floor, as well as the Steve Ballmer keynote. Also, Tom is offered the chance to record his voice for TomTom GPS devices. That's a lot of Tom!
Its our last show from the CNET stage at CES 2009 in Las Vegas! We compare the battery charging solution for the Palm Pre to a smorgasbord of delicious food and end up hungry for pepperoni. Also, Microsoft fumbles the Windows 7 beta release and Google Chrome gets a Mac and Linux deadline.
We stole our title directly from Caroline McCarthy's Crave blog post, because, really, it says it all. The Queen plays Wii bowling. Video! Now! We must have it! In other news from CES today, Microsoft goes totally mercenary on HD DVD, WiMax is back with a
Liqour inspired outtakes from episode 1063.
CNET Audiophiliac Steve Guttenberg joins The 404 Podcast for a special Friday episode all about the art of music appreciation. We love having Steve on the show because he actually comes prepared with topics of discussion, and today he launches right into a thoughtful point about how music has become background filler for the digital generation.
The IRS gods must have tuned in to yesterday's episode and heard Jeff complaining about the tax system, because he woke up this morning to a very lofty charge from his bank to the tune of $600 owed to the state of New Jersey.
We actually talk about Jennifer Aniston's relationship problems today, because she allegedly blamed them on Twitter. I think Twitter has officially arrived, if it hadn't already. Plus, the Asus Eee is getting voice recognition. And Nissan is bringing it with the all-electric vehicle. But for how much?
Brian Tong goes back to Central Hall and gives us a sneak peek at the Samsung booth and the other vendors getting ready for opening day of CES 2013, which begins tomorrow.