Ep. 1218: Where we order off the secret menu Video
Jeff gives a spoiler-free review of "The Dark Knight Rises," plus a bunch of lesser-known facts about the Batman movie franchise on today's 404 episode.
Bridget Carey starts a week of misfit episodes of The 404. On today's episode, we'll dive into the world of fast food regrets, feed Zuckerberg a spoonful of his own medicine, and discuss the latest tech trend: self-gifting.
Stretch your S4's battery life with a few built-in features and lesser-known tricks that keep your phone from draining quickly. Sharon Vaknin shows you how.
From the animated b-boy dancing to the mad flow, Boba Fett shows off his lesser-known skills in this amazing fan film. The author writes: "Boba Fett sings a song about Star Wars from his perspective. I've been working on this for 2 months. If it does well, I may make a version 2 with the whole song. The song is by MC Chris. You might recognize his voice as MC Pee Pants from Aqua Teen Hunger Force."
It's Rafe and Molly on the show today, and it kind of turned into a blur of Apple-related frustrations. But hey, our opinions might not matter in the least: iPad 3G arrives today in all its closed-off glory, while possible competitor tablets from Microsoft and HP are dropping like flies. Plus, Apple now owns a powerful new collection of multitouch gestures. But dammit, they killed Lala.com, and we just cannot truck with that kind of behavior (iTunes.com? Hello?). --Molly
The Consumer Electronics Show is known for the big companies that debut their latest and greatest gadgets. But startups are becoming an ever more important part of the mix. CNET's Kara Tsuboi brings you the stories behind those lesser-known entrepreneurs.
Is your hard drive filled to the brim, but you're not sure which files are hogging up all the space? Well, check out today's tip for a solution to your fatty file woes!
Today we'll report a handful of stories, including a study of the "lost boy" generation and the Machinima network, NSA's secret Google tricks, "Pinterest Stress" affecting your Mom, and the music business in American prisons.
What happens when one extremely popular tech TV show with an attractive female host blatantly takes the slogan of a much lesser known Internet radio show with three mildly humorous, if not a bit awkward, post-pubescent manboys? You're about to find out on today's episode of The 404, where Attack of the Show's GadgetPr0n stole our tagline, "High Tech, Low Brow." Now, I'm a little unwilling to compromise my relationship with Olivia Munn, the , but Jeff and Wilson are heated and propose an all-out battle for the right to the slogan!
Don't let Vista pull one over on you. Veronica will reveal the secrets hidden in the right-click menu in today's helpful tip.