Ep. 1276: Molly moves to Comic-Con Video
On today's show, CNET reporter and 404 BFF Caroline McCarthy directs us in a live read-through of the actual script for the upcoming Facebook movie and also joins us in talking about 4Chan, Comic-Con, and this weekend's insane hailstorm.
Zombies and the 404 invade San Diego's Petco Park during Comic-Con 2012. Who gets infected?
Steve jobs picks a digital beef, or digibeef, with Adobe over Apple's holdout on Flash, Palm and HP get married, we talk about the Sony Dash and whether or not we will give it to our mama's for Mother's day. Also, Natali knows nothing about the Boy Scouts, and Donald knows way too much about Lifetime, Television for Women. And Natali is also a little too familiar with iPhone Apps for those over 17.
Rafe and Tom talk Canon Vixia HV30 and HP Windows Home Server; Molly Wood joins to talk about the HP Envy; and RogueTess calls in with an iPhone app road test. That and much more road tested for your enjoyment.
On today's show, Gowalla teams up with Disney to offer virtual pins, instead of the real ones everyone actually wants. And we discover Molly's never been to Disneyland, so maybe Gowalla should sponsor a road trip! Also, Google eyes Groupon, Cox becomes the first cable company to get into the mobile phone game, and carriers threaten to stop subsidizing iPhones if Apple tries to free the phone from carrier confines. --Molly
On this date, Molly Wood was born! As were some other world-changing people.
Want to turn your iPhone into a kid's toy? CNET editor at large Rafe Needleman talks to tech entrepreneurs at the Mama Bear Family Tech Conference in Mountain View, Calif., about the market opportunity to develop educational games and toys for kids.
More than 125,000 people are expected at this year's Comic-Con, the pop culture expo that's been held in San Diego for the last four decades. And as CNET's Kara Tsuboi shows us, a large chunk of them turn out in their superhero finery.
The 404 wraps up their first time at San Diego Comic-Con, where they battled zombies, interview David Hasselhoff, and spoke with dozens of costumed attendees.
The FCC Chairman talks with Molly Wood about his agency's plan to get everyone faster Internet.