Ep. 650: Where we don't bachelor party and tell Video
Scott Stein joins us today to talk about iPad OS 4.2, Netflix stream-only, and more.
CNET's Laptop and Tablet Editor Scott Stein fills in for Wilson today and chats with us about Black Friday madness, the Muppets movie, and Cyber Monday deals!
Scott Stein joins Jeff Bakalar on this episode of the 404. The guys geek out over the plot line in The Last of Us, roll their eyes at today's insane weather coverage and hypothesize about the next Star Wars film.
CNET laptop editor Scott Stein joins us for a chat about the current state of the e-book price wars, an iPhone-friendly watch netting half a million dollars on Kickstarter.com, and we all question whether or not Hollywood has lost its way.
Scott Stein joins us on The 404 Podcast to chat about Reddit vs. Digg, Google Instant music videos, Playboy Magazine readings for the blind, and a movie review of the Facebook movie, The Social Network!
The new year is coming up, which means everyone here at CNET is gearing up for CES 2011, including our laptop editor Scott Stein, who joins us to chat about what to expect!
CNET Sr. Editor Scott Stein joins the show to chat about The Avengers $200 million opening weekend, the possibility of a $800 MacBook Air and some E3 2012 previews.
Apple bestowed an iPhone 5 onto CNET's own Scott Stein for an advanced review, and he brings it along with him on today's 404 episode. He tells us about his evaluation experience shrouded in secrecy, why he gave the iPhone 5 an Editor's Choice award, and where he feels the company lost their design footing. iOS users all received the new version 6 update today as well, so we'll take a tour of the new Maps application and lament the disappearance of everyone's favorite YouTube app.
Tablet gaming is about to take an evolutionary leap. Bridget Carey chats with CNET senior editor Scott Stein on the best iPad games and where the industry is heading.
Scott Stein fills in for Wilson, who is spending a sick day at home crawling WebMD on his iPad. Today's show discusses a phenomena known as "Netflix hoarding," a new service called Cloud Girlfriend, and we suggest a few April Fool's day pranks for nerds.