Ep. 1231: Where time is brain Video
Rappers Big Boi and B.O.B. dropped by The 404 studio to tell us about their involvement with EA's Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel.
Leaked from today's 404 episode: Devils Devils Devils, Jeff reviews "The Avengers," Facebook phones, and commercials coming to video games!
Polygon's Chris Plante joins Jeff in the studio to discuss the top gaming stories of the week, the impending next-gen console releases and peppers in a few confessions for good measure.
Topics discussed on today's 404 episode include Nintendo Power calling it quits, a DIY BioShock pinball game, summer hit songs relying on social followings for replay value, and the Internet implodes as Avril Lavigne announces her engagement to Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger.
Yesterday's Google I/O event announcements gives us plenty of Android-related topics to discuss today. It's not all tech talk though! Tune in as we show off Jeff's Honeybadgers hockey team logo and Justin reviews Fast Five!
CNET's Jessica Dolcourt made it through yesterday's banal Samsung Galaxy S4 announcement and stops by The 404 studio to give us a first-take review of the new handset.
Discussion topics today include: Apple approves an app that promises a "cure for homosexuality," .XXX domains are coming to the Internet, and the death of the iPod may be imminent.
Jeff's back in the studio after his vacation week, and any positive vibes floating around in the air are obliterated when he tells us about the things you can learn about people just from spending time at the beach.
Today we're discussing technology's obsession with nostalgia and modern hardware drawing inspiration from old designs. Topics include skeuomorphism, ex-relationship syndrome, futurism, and planned obsolescence.
We wanted Google to announce its set-top box at Google IO today, but what do we get? A new video codec, an app store in Chrome, and (yawn) Google Wave going into open beta. And, oh yeah, homeland security seals (the marine mammals, not the hulky military guys) protecting our harbors.