Ep. 198: Beginner's guide to blogging Video
It's all the goodies from the Crave blog. Natali Del Conte joins Brian Tong to talk about what they still Crave with the iPhone 3G, Sony's Rolly dancing MP3 player, a BMW concept car made of fabric, and a robot you can make out with!
It's all the goods from the Crave blog. Bonnie 'Boom-Cha' is back with Brian, and they talk about iPhone 3G, the new 'Dark Knight' phone, and eco-clubbing.
It's all the goods from the Crave blog. Brian and Bonnie talk about the new BlackBerry Storm, a reversible jacket for all conditions, and a Little Big Planet to play in.
This is the story of two reporters who don't really know what they're talking about because the content is random.
With so many new blogs and Web sites that review video games and offer buying guides, it's hard to know who to trust; if you've ever vehemently disagreed with an online review and felt a boiling need to hunt down the writer, listen to today's episode of The 404--it's all about fanboys, online reviews, and our credibility as unbiased journalists.
The summer has been dominated by Android and Apple news, but RIM's not about to let them have all the fun. The BlackBerry maker is set to make an announcement at an event in New York next Tuesday that might have a little something to do with all those BlackBerry OS 6 previews we've been seeing lately. We take a minute to discuss what the company might unveil. Also on this week's podcast, jailbreaking gets the A-OK from the U.S. Copyright Office and Nicole reviews a pretty cool beginner cell phone from Just5. Too bad it looks like a calculator. Awww.
Viacom may have found a smoking gun in their billion-dollar case against YouTube, but on the other hand, we speculate YouTube may have a smokinger gun. Also the FTC wants you disclose all that money you've been paid to blog about cleaning products. Or whatever. Even if you just posted on Facebook. You need to make yourself aware of these rules.
At Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco, Hewlett-Packard chief Mark Hurd talks about how content companies are driving infrastructure innovations for the enterprise and consumers through their use of video, wikis, and blogs.
Wilson's back, but we figure everyone is tired of hearing about the Apple Mac OS X Snow Leopard by now, so we shift gears and talk about Walmart shoppers instead. Behold: a new blog documenting the People of Walmart. While Wilson "Tennessee" Tang thinks this all looks pretty typical, Jeff and I are straight up spooked. It's humiliating enough to set foot in a Walmart, but what if I just need to pick up deodorant? Now I have to worry about being publicly humiliated on this blog too? And who brought that goat into the store?
A new technology from Zyxio allows you to control your PC by breathing. Obviously this is good for accessibility, but it also could mean good and bad news for gamers. We'll discuss. We also rundown the latest news from CES including the Intel keynote. And we talk with the winner of the apps for innovation contest about his website that makes it easy for you to find out what the government is about to do to you and gives you a chance to make a comment.