Ep. 17: Instagram helps us care about Windows Phone Video
MacBook Pro with retina display is announced at Apple's WWDC conference today.
The annual Worldwide Developers Conference keynote today couldn't possibly replicate Steve Jobs' signature style, but did offer its fair share of announcements: New souped-up MacBook Pros boast Retina Displays. The Maps app goes head to head with Google. And iOS gets Facebook integration.
Apple's new iPad connects to 4G LTE services, includes a Retina Display, and boasts new multimedia features. Check out highlights from today's big announcement.
Molly Wood unwraps Apple's 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display and offers her first impressions.
Apple caught us by surprise this morning when it dropped the iPad 4 just six months after the debut of the iPad 3. An overview of all the announcements including the Retina MacBook Pro, iMac, and Mac Mini on today's episode.
We torture test the MacBook Pro with Retina Display at a gigantic rock yard. Three testers take the LG Optimus G Pro phablet on the road; is it fabulous or a flop? And, a whole new way to gather data about your health. Plus, an Always On torture test giveaway!
On today's 404 podcast, we'll chat about Anonymous threats to Fox News and Facebook, Unreal Tournament to cure lazy eye, Netflix's plummeting stock, perverted TSA notes, and we welcome our newest intern, Jon Bon Jovi.
A novice-friendly snapshot camera that should satisfy most point-and-shoot needs.
Leaked from today's 404: The irreparable MacBook Pro with Retina Display, Reddit bans high-end domains for astroturfing, 3D-printing a burrito, and a company taxing users for browsing with Internet Explorer 7!
We've always noticed something a little off about our dear Wilson G. Tang, but today's episode finally kicks the door open on the severity of his addiction to technology. Our frightening discovery begins with a CNN article that exposes the Apple iPad and other brightly lit devices as the reason why some people have trouble sleeping at night. The hypothesis belongs to Oakland resident J.D. Moyer, who set out to prove that using devices with backlit displays in bed can actually reset a person's internal sleep clock and even trick your brain into thinking that it's daytime.