Ep. 1139: Where we nap our way to the top Video
Leaked from today's 404 episode: Ty Pendlebury joins Jeff to talk about Australia, this season's best TVs, EA, and the rhythm games that refuse to die.
CNET Australia transplant Ty Pendlebury joins the cast of The 404 to talk about the brand spanking new GTA V trailer, online sales tax, and Aussie Rules Football.
You'll know we're recording this episode from the stage before the show has actually begun because of the number of loud machinery crunching away in the background as vendors ready their booths. In the meantime, we cover Google's official introduction of the Nexus One, a 3D network arriving on your TV, and Microsoft's tablet computer. You heard me right. Microsoft.
"Neil Young: Heart of Gold" is an intimate musical portrait of legendary singer/songwriter Neil Young, filmed on the occasion of the world premiere of Young's Prairie Wind concert at Nashville's hallowed Ryman auditorium last summer. Young's music provides an emotionally rich view into this unique artist's relationship to family, friends, mortality and the passage of time.
Jeff gives a positive review of Jay-Z's inaugural concert at the Brooklyn's Barclays Center despite the absence of Justin Bieber and Journey. Our show today includes a celebration of the CD's 30th birthday, a look at an eBay auction for a set of "skeleton keys" that give complete access to NYC, and a sculpture of Steve Jobs made from the Apple CEO's own trash.
"Her," by Spike Jonze, is a movie that follows a modern man as he falls in love with his operating system. Naturally, we'll need an entire show to review it, and CNET's Ty Pendlebury and Sarah Tew sub in for Jeff to join the conversation. Warning: This episode contains spoilers!
With Justin Yu still arguing with a airline representative at LAX, Jeff invites CNET Executive Editor David Carnoy onto the show to talk about his new book "The Big Exit." Also joining the show today is CNET TV reviewer Ty Pendlebury.
On today's episode of The 404 Podcast, hosts Jeff Bakalar, Wilson G. Tang, and Justin Yu wrap up iPhone 4 news from the weekend, including 1.7 million units sold, backlash from the left-handed community, and a new phone sex service that uses FaceTime to connect users to a live chat.
Katie Linendoll from SpikeTV's All Access Weekly joins us on the show today to wrap-up New York Comic Con and discuss potential costumes for Jeff's favorite holiday. Katie's an expert in gadgets, comics, and sports tech, so we'll jump topics from emojicons to Apple farming to her new app Splaturpult!
CNET's newest TV Editor Ty Pendlebury joins us on today's episode for a short lesson in Australian holidays and colloquialisms! Today we're talking about another billionaire bitten by the space travel bug, even though Jeff seems hesitant to travel in outer space. We'll also bug Ty to tell us why the FCC doesn't care about ear drums, and he'll join us throughout the second half where we'll premiere a new geek speed-dating show on TLC.