Ep. 1203: The potato radius Video
Hasbro left it up to the Internet to choose the new Monopoly token, but even a Facebook promotion and a Webful of cats can't make the board game relevant again. This story plus Pebble watch growing pains, the end of USPS weekend delivery, and more on today's 404 episode.
The moons of Pluto and some serious computer pioneers.
Small, lightweight, and both simple and fun to use, the $100 Fitbit Ultra helps couch potatoes get up and moving.
News.com's Charles Cooper and Dan Farber discuss the aftermath of the company's long-awaited reorganization news.
The long-awaited tablet from HP is here, and it runs Windows 7, making for a very PC-like experience.
Google's long-awaited navigation app has finally returned to the iPhone and it's better than ever.
The news of the Black Eyed Peas' temporary hiatus proves that if you wish for something long enough, dreams really do come true. On today's episode, Jeff tells us about the long-awaited intersection of tech geekdom and hockey, we analyze WebMD's involvement in the spread of "cyberchondria," and dispute a Dutch study that claims smoking marijuana makes you a better gamer.
The Zune gets free Wi-Fi at McDonald's, Yahoo and Google are in hot water, and Netflix holds a contest to find the ultimate couch potato.
Couch potato gaming is in the past. Bodypad's strap-on game controller lets you punch, kick, and dodge the night away.
In this First Look video, take a tour of the tweaks debuting in Firefox 3.6. It's not all small potatoes, as Mozilla lays the foundation for Firefox's future.