Ep. 1168: Where it's not us it's Wii U Video
We have two awesomely inexplicable voice mails today, we discuss the rise of Zeus (the botnet), and Ubisoft's new DRM scheme sends us into a synchronized rage. We also chat with Peter Brantley, co-founder of the Open Book Alliance, about the latest twist and turn in the Google Books settlement attempt. Short version: copyright law sucks, but not quite as much as class-action law. What a mess. --Molly
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!
Natali Del Conte makes her triumphant return from E3 and joins us on today's show. After suffering through two years with an HTC Mogul, Jeff finally upgraded to the Palm Pre this weekend. Tune in for Jeff's personal review as well as some unfortunate news that has us all reeling...with laughter.
The Samsung Juke SCH-U740 is a very stylish phone that will turn heads when you're out on the town, but its lack of features is ultimately disappointing.
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.
The ViewSonic VX2265wm FuHzion's compatibly with stereoscopic 3D gaming is its only saving grace. Its lack of features, however, makes it impossible to recommend.
Today's show is all about Jeff and Stacie Bakalar's beautiful wedding this weekend!
It's been a bittersweet month for teenagers in CO and WA: Hostess announced it's going out of business and Nintendo's Wii U launch this weekend falls short of features and services.
This $269.99 22-inch display performed well, but because of its severe lack of features, we'd recommend shelling out a few more bucks for the $299.99 Dell SP2208.
Apple's Jeff Robin demos the company's new iTunes music app. Apple has reworked iTunes to feature a simplified user interface, iCloud integration, and a new mini player.