Ep. 1214: Floppy disks and boobquakes Video
The Streamy awards made me think of how Hollywood and the video bloggers are starting to come together. It made Natali think about urination. So maybe they need to rethink branding. We also tell you how violent video games will make you see better. For real.
MySpace worms, violent video games, technosexuals, and go elf yourself.
At CES 2008, Natali Del Conte talks to World Series champion Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling about his game development and publishing company, 38 Studios.
The U.S. Supreme Court strikes down California's attempt to ban the sale of violent video games to minors, arguing that the current ratings system is enough to let parents make informed decisions about what to buy. Unlike the MPAA's rating system, which led me and my 4-year-old to "Cars 2." Thanks for that, MPAA. Also, LulzSec tucks its puppykicker tail and runs away, but not before hacking a librarian and book-sharing Website. Nice.
Your iPhone could be hacked without you knowing it, spam is at an all-time high, and China bans violent video games online.
No, we don't have the new iPad/iSlate/iFail just yet, but we're crossing our fingers hoping for good news at tomorrow's Apple Event. CNET correspondent Natali Del Conte is already in San Francisco ready to cover the big announcement, and we're stoked that Jeff hosted Loaded today in her absence. Also, be sure to check out PRE-GAME, Jeff's newest video game show on CNETV starting next Tuesday, February 2.
CNET's Natali Del Conte and CBS' Daniel Sieberg discuss the arrival of the Apple iPhone 3G, minutes before it went on sale.
Natali Del Conte interviews rapper Ludacris and discuss his new high-definition audio hip-hop album.
Joey Kaminski joins The 404 to discuss the iPhone 5 and the new video game, Rage, from id Software.
Natali Del Conte takes a look at Logitech's new gaming keyboard at CES 2009 in Las Vegas.