Ep. 477: Where we get our CrunchPad out in time Video
On this week's episode, we mourn the death of a GPU giant, as parent company AMD prepares to kill off the ATI brand. Then we make our predictions for this week's upcoming Apple event, and check out price increases for Xbox Live and price drops for Nintendo's DSi. Finally, if you've ever wanted to see some hand-made pottery based on a popular video game? We've got you covered!
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Gems Peterson and Bridget Carey stop by the 404 studio to help out with today's stories that include a century-old time capsule, the absolute death of the cassette tape, Facebook launching a faster iOS app, and LL Cool J bringing the boomdizzle on a home intruder.
If your analog music collection still contains some precious cassette tapes, here's your chance to make those recordings relevant again. Dust off your old cassette deck and watch as Donald Bell explains how to make digital copies of your old mix tapes.
Episode 43 of the Digital City, where talk about the ethics of news organizations uploading street fighting videos; the CrunchPad vs. Apple's hypothetical tablet, and our impressions of Sony's holiday PlayStation lineup, including Uncharted 2 and the EyePet virtual critter.
CNET gets a demo of the JooJoo Web slate, formerly known as the CrunchPad, by Fusion Garage CEO Chandra Rathakrishnan.
Today is international System Admin Appreciation Day, so buy your friendly neighborhood IT guy a bag of Funyuns for another year of tech support! It's Jeff's last show before his vacation next week, and we're kicking off today's episode with a discussion about what science has determined to be the saddest movie scene of all time.
Although The 404 is strictly non-partisan in political issues regarding the show, we definitely have no problem choosing sides in the SF vs. NYC debate. Shots are fired on both sides, but you'll have to check out the episode to see which city reigns supreme.
We close out CES 2012 with a bang by bringing out our first-ever guests, showing you the unglamorous side of CES, and announcing some breaking news.
A wallpaper app that steals your personal info, piracy controls coming to the Android Marketplace, and a look into the world of Android gaming. Plus, Jeff Bakalar shares an awesome tip on creating itineraries for Google Maps Navigation, and Jessica Dolcourt helps us pronounce the death of the Android phone that started it all.