Ep. 1197: Where this episode is no joke Video
Bonus footage from the April Fools Day episode.
Leaked from today's episode of The 404: Ashton Kutcher signed on to play Steve Jobs in biopic (not a joke), April Fools tech pranks, and self-driving cars aren't as far away as we thought!
Today we're saying goodbye to a CNET colleague and frequent 404 guest host Tim Geisenheimer. No, this is not an April Fool's joke, but guess what? The Shock Top is. Tim's here to help us show off our favorite Internet Aprils Fools pranks, starting with Hulu reverting back to 1995.
This is not an April Fools' joke: We have the iPad, two days before launch. Plus, eBay rolls out a new fashion site, and Google changes its name to Topeka for a day.
Google's April Fools jokes aren't what they used to be, AT&T pro-rates early termination fees (no joke!) and the first Open Social social network launches in Latin America.
MTV is sending out a casting call to all you lonely weirdos out there with longstanding online relationships, but tune into today's episode before you go--you may dodge a brutal Catfishing.
Psychotic space dolls offer more potty jokes and interstellar travel in the second episode of Captain Jolt.
Scott Stein fills in for Wilson, who is spending a sick day at home crawling WebMD on his iPad. Today's show discusses a phenomena known as "Netflix hoarding," a new service called Cloud Girlfriend, and we suggest a few April Fool's day pranks for nerds.
April Fools' Day isn't particularly special for The 404 since we prank each other all year, but that doesn't stop the rest of the Internet (or Natali Del Conte) from participating. Google continues its tradition of April Fools' Day hoaxes with a new Android app that finally bridges the language gap between humans and our furry friends.
Google's face recognition scares us with its privacy implications, Hollywood gives us $30 dollar movies, and its not an April Fool's Day joke. Honeycomb needs to bring more native apps to the platform, ASAP, and a SmartFart App already exists!