Ep. 1177: Web Exclusive Video
We stayed on the rails pretty well in this episode, but there's a whole long thing about cake toward the end that the chat room dubbed "nerd freestyle" and, well, we love that. In other news, new TiVo underwhelms a bit (other than the remote) and Viacom goes all anti-Internet with Daily Show and Colbert. That's the cake part.
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.
CNET editor Dong Ngo spills the beans on how to shop for your home network.
The 404 podcast crew go to the New York opening of the film 'Star Trek' and talk to fans of the series about the new reboot.
Items that were only imaginary when "Star Trek" first aired are now in your hands.
Gmail adds the option to transfer money, Hangouts have a hidden Easter egg, and Bing beams you to the Star Trek universe.
A new Star Trek movie is on the horizon, and Trekkies worldwide are eager to discuss the possibilities. Will the 11th installment bring Trek fans (and revenue) back to the Starfleet franchise? CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari talks to members of the "Trek Lives" panel at WonderCon 2007 in San Francisco.
Meet a supercomputer inspired by Star Trek with a wall-sized power bank in this episode of Tales of Silicon Valley.
Cray Supercomputers and Memorabilia at the DigiBar
Three middle-schoolers take on greedy land developers, corrupt politicians, and clueless cops in this mystery adventure based on Carl Hiaasen's Newbery Honor-winning book. Produced by Jimmy Buffett, Frank Marshall (Seabiscuit, Signs) and Walden Media (The Chronicles of Narnia, Holes), "Hoot" revolves around a Montana boy who moves to Florida and unearths a disturbing threat to a local population of endangered owls. Determined to protect his new environment, the boy and his friends fight to prevent the adults from making a big mistake. Wil Shriner wrote the screenplay and directed the film, which stars Luke Wilson, Logan Lerman, Brie Larson, and Cody Linley. The movie also features original music from producer Jimmy Buffett.
On the Green Show this week, Google is working on a greenhouse gas map, California is testing offshore wind farms, and "Star Trek" alumnus William Shatner is spearheading an intergalactic battle for greener gadgets.