Ep. 1177: Nerd Freestyle Video
As difficult as it is to name our "favorite Ashton Kutcher movie," the first official picture of the actor playing Steve Jobs for the upcoming biopic "jOBS" is pretty convincing.
Freestyle with Eternia
This week on preGAME, we bring you a trio of unique PSP games. That's right, on today's episode, we bring you live demos of Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake, Patchwork Heroes, and Echoshift. Joining us on the phone to chat about the PSP version of Fat Princess will be Matt Morton, the U.S. producer on the game.
Today's episode of The 404 Podcast resurrects our love for action figures and other toys from the late 1980s and early 1990s. Jeff's a little older than Wilson and I, but we can still bond over our mutual love for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles action figures and mutual hatred for picking up all those foam Nerd darts.
As the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas enters its third day, everyone has already fallen in love with those gorgeous, thin televisions. But as CNET'S Kara Tsuboi reports, there's a whole other side to the show that's rarely seen. Booth space is about the size of a cubicle and the gadgets are quirky.
This episode had a number of potential titles. Nerd Alert, Nerd party, Nerdgasm... but we honed in on the one that really encapsulates the sheer nerditude of stuff covered in today's show. Let your inner nerd shine through.
It feels pretty weird to say it, but we've come to Wilson's last episode as a co-host of The 404 Podcast. It's been an awesome journey with this guy, but we'll send him off with a proper farewell from listeners that have been with us from the beginning. "Uncle" Henry Tapchus joins us as the chat room liaison to help us screen voicemails and get through Adele's "Someone Like You" with our dignity intact.
Rafe spills the beans on the "Star Trek" book he wrote as a kid.
The HTC Freestyle is a midrange feature phone in an unusual package.
Apple sues HTC over iPhone patents, TiVo announces its Series4 DVR units, and "The Daily Show" and "The Colbert Report" are leaving Hulu.