Ep. 645: Where no one will buy this Video
Show topics include the much-anticipated BioShock Infinite, Street Fighter lessons for $50 an hour, the addictive Angry Birds and Rage iPhone games
Today's episode of The 404 takes Facebook stalking to new levels, explores "bubbling" as an alternative to pr0n, Conan's new show, and Angry Birds on the Android!
Why your phone has a better camera than NASA's Mars rover does, Google quietly helps Samsung battle Apple, and the newest Angry Bird kills 'em with cuteness.
Discussions topics for today's episode of The 404 Podcast include the arrival of Angry Birds Seasons, Mark Zuckerberg's upcoming interview on 60 minutes, Michael Jackson's new song release, Kim Kardashian, a Playboy external hard drive, and a 3D porn channel!
The latest version of Rovio's popular Angry Birds franchise lets you play as Star Wars-themed birds with the weapons and force powers you remember from the movies.
On today's show, Brian Cooley kindly drops in to keep the streak alive -- with bourbon! Also, to discuss one analyst's counter-intuitive assessment that the Nintendo 3DS is priced too low. Well, I suppose it is, if you're a shareholder. But we're happy. In other news today, the iPad 2 will have a camera (duh), Google Voice might let you port your number for $20, and Angry Birds is probably coming to TV. Why didn't we think of Angry Birds, is what I want to know? --Molly
Amazon launches a trade-in program for your old gadgets, Angry Birds for Windows Phone 7 gets delayed, and Android's security hole gets plugged quickly by Google.
It's the first day of CES 2011 and there's already so much to talk about, so Clayton Morris joins us for a best-of today that includes the Blackberry Playbook, the Nintendo 3DS, 3D cameras, Android 3.0 Honeycomb, Star Wars Blu-Rays, the Apple Mac App Store, gaming laptops, and more!
Show topics include PSP powered by Android, women attracted to red, a Facebook music video, and special guest Ruby Liza drops by with lemon bars!
On the Green Show this week, Google is working on a greenhouse gas map, California is testing offshore wind farms, and "Star Trek" alumnus William Shatner is spearheading an intergalactic battle for greener gadgets.