Ep. 665: Where we don't need no Mighty Eagle Video
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!
Trillian releases a beta of its Android app, FourSquare snags the most registrations after the launch of Facebook Places, and a hacker group offers a USB jailbreak for the PS3 for $150.
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!
Leaked from today's episode of The 404 Podcast: Katie Linendoll talks about her new show on Spike TV, her experience selling gadgets on HSN, the Girl Scouts and their Netiquette Pledge, AirBnB, and Angry Birds Space!
There are a lot of great tools and apps that alert people of where you are and what you're doing. Facebook and FourSquare come to mind. Now, there's a new app that lets your circle of friends know where you will be. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi demonstrates Forecast.
Feeds must find a new home with Google shutting down its Reader, Facebook freshens up Timeline, and the Angry Birds cartoon series launches this weekend.
Molly Wood brings you the new iPhone 3G, CNET UK's Rory Reid dances in two places at once, and CNET Japan's Kaori Omoto does some hi-tech home cooking.
On today's show: How Flappy Bird is holding you back from the good life; why the George Zimmerman vs. DMX story is actually a pitch from a failed episode of "South Park;" the story of a modern Jeopardy demigod; and which celebrities we're begging to be on Twitter already.
Today we're talking the end of Flappy Bird, NYPD officers testing out Google Glass, hacking a 3D printer into an air hockey robot, and shifting blame off parents who "overshare" their babies on Facebook.
Two Natali Morris appearances in one week? It must be Friday. She joins us for the first half of today's episode, where we discuss today's top stories in tech and culture, including new terror alerts coming to Facebook and Twitter, a Vatican magazine that says hackers are doing God's work, a study linking physical pain to social rejection, and "LOL" earning its place in the English Oxford Dictionary.