Ep. 514: Where Justin lost $1,000 in the Super Bowl Video
This week, we give the Super Bowl a postmortem, from the on-site AV equipment to the commercials, then debate whether Dante is spinning in his grave over his recent brush with video game fame.
Twitter was the star of the 2013 Super Bowl advertisements -- both on air and off. And a new gadget could let coaches know if their players have been hit too hard during a game.
Make merry as Chevy Chase, Beverly D'Angelo, Randy Quaid and an ensemble of comedy favorites strive to gift-wrap the "perfect Christmas" for the Griswold family. The most successful of the three vacations.
Beats designs pricey headphones for Super Bowl players, AT&T fights for customers with cash, and Last.fm jams with Spotify.
Super Bowl fantasies, open letter to sci-fi, kickflip a surfboard, creepy ads, cat suit of armor, WTF kids ride, survive a 500-foot fall, counterfeit $100 bills.
This week, we recap the highs and lows of high-tech Super Bowl ads, figure out why the Motorola Xoom costs so darn much, and play another round of our new tech trivia game, with prizes for chat room members.
Here is your iPhone 4 update! Apple addresses antenna issues in the iPhone 4 by giving away free bumper cases and allowing the penalty-free returns for 30 days after purchase.
This is not the commercial we remember.
It's all strikes and smiles at one senior center in Northern California as grandmas and grandpas play Nintendo's Wii bowling to stay in shape, keep sharp, and have some fun. CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi rolls a few herself and reports on this latest cross-generational video game trend.
It may not be super stylish, but the Kyocera Wild Card M1000 is a solid messaging cell phone for Virgin Mobile customers. Just don't depend on the speakerphone.