Ep. 1152: Hacks on a plane Video
Showing you the iPhone 4 is a no-brainer, but you'll also see the moments that people aren't talking about at WWDC. We'll show you how to check your phone upgrade status, and iPad users beware after hackers break through AT&T.
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!
This week we get Android math lesson from Google, Apple and Microsoft, check out four tablets vying to be the iPad killer and get giddy for Angry Birds on Android. Join Justin Eckhouse and guest host Jasmine France for this week's Android Atlas Weekly.
Mr. Natali Morris is on the show today which means we get to geek out with Clayton about tech vests, on-air personalities, comic book movie adaptations, and the sequel to Batman: Arkham Asylum!
On today's episode of CNET's The 404 Podcast, the guys share the mics with longtime friend Clayton Morris of "Fox and Friends" and co-host of the Grizzly Bear Egg Cafe.
Show topics include PSP powered by Android, women attracted to red, a Facebook music video, and special guest Ruby Liza drops by with lemon bars!
Congrats to Clayton Morris and his podcast The Grizzly Bear Egg Cafe for reaching 100 episodes! Clayton joins The 404 this morning to talk podcasting, backyard wrestling, and the NY tornado!
The latest from the iTV rumor mill: accessorizing yourself in order to get the most out of the TV. We certainly hope not. Also this week, the next-gen Xbox might be announced soon and guest-host Eric Franklin makes everyone cry with his bad jokes.
We ruminate on what isn't in the iPhone 3G, and what it means for our phone futures. Also: the shocking Obama-Coors Light connection.
This week, an inconvenient truth. We're talking about our national infrastructure--power, water, transportation, and the like--and how it's a mess from a security perspective thanks in no small part to the growth of the Internet. With special guest, nuclear engineer Joe Weiss.