Ep. 494: Where you have to invert the image to see us nude Video
Join us on preGame where we wrap-up 2010 with some debut trailers from the VGA awards show and look forward to some of our most anticipated games coming in 2011!
Brian Tong wraps up some of the highlights of the Best of CES show.
Molly Wood wraps up what happened this year at the Best of CES Awards 2010.
Take a trip with Brian Cooley to Geneva as he wraps-up the cars and technology at the International Motor Show.
Jeff didn't get the memo about daylight-saving time and misses today's episode of The 404 Podcast, but luckily our good buddy Mark Licea of The Green Show set his clock back and helps us out with today's Halloween recap, as well as a few stories from around the Internet.
Bridget Carey is in again for Justin Yu on a show where we try and wrap our heads around the fact that we've sent a robot to the Martian surface. Plus, we'll look at the first headphones for cats, how to pack an emergency drive, an over-the-top Batcave home theater, and a story about the current worst word in the English language
We're very excited for our first official show from the CNET stage at CES 2010, and it seems like the entire conference is buzzing about the latest in 3D technology! We're still working on getting 3D for our show, so you'll have to settle for us throwing cameras, USB keys, and printers at the camera in the meantime.
Before we get into the stories on today's episode of CNET's The 404 Podcast, let's spend a moment on the magic of Lady Gaga. In this morning's pre-show, Jeff admits he's finally fallen for the incendiary pop star, and it's all because of her newest video, "Bad Romance." We all agree that the diva is definitely the most talented pop star, but the nerds inside of us have to ask: does she have to constantly pimp her Monster Heartbeat headphones in every single music video?
We stayed on the rails pretty well in this episode, but there's a whole long thing about cake toward the end that the chat room dubbed "nerd freestyle" and, well, we love that. In other news, new TiVo underwhelms a bit (other than the remote) and Viacom goes all anti-Internet with Daily Show and Colbert. That's the cake part.
On today's show, Jeff and Polygon's Russ Frushtick will speak the unsaid about the Xbox One and predict this year's hellish Black Friday, then Justin will read an excerpt from the worst fan fiction ever written.