Ep. 857: Where we tripped over a zombie Video
Wilson's made a full recovery and is back on today's show, just in time to help us celebrate St. Patrick's Day! We're celebrating the best way we know how without actually drinking alcohol on the show--anyone else notice that Jeff looks eerily Irish today?
On today's episode of The 404 Podcast, hosts Jeff Bakalar, Wilson G. Tang, and Justin Yu discuss Hulu Plus and the Hulu Plus App, parental earnings from the David at the Dentist YouTube video, and a guy playing XBox 360 at a local Starbucks!
In Buzz this week, Apple may be running iPod sweatshops, Google may be looking at your house, and zombies might already be inside.
Want to edit your photos without having to download some messy software? We'll show you where you can check out the newest version of photoshop right in your browser. Plus, Peter Gabriel is launching a music service trying to compete with the likes of Last.FM, find out what it is and why the musician hopes to break into the dot-com world. And, YouTube is adding stats tracking to their site, find out what publishers will be able to know and how you can start tracking stats.
On today's show, a whole collection of Apple rumors: iPhone 5 with a keyboard? That's just crazy talk. Almost as crazy as letting Apple take a 30% cut of your magazine or newspaper subscription costs by "taking advantage" of their new subscription store. Plus, Facebook is officially the entire Internet, as it gets both dedicated phone buttons and a Facebook SIM card. Plus, the U.S. finally commits to the Internet, Netflix finally arrives on Boxee, and we finally get a Plants vs. Zombies board game. I know you were waiting. --Molly
Josh reviews iMovie for the iPhone and YouTube's new video editor. They actually work! Also, your questions answered, like, How does my WiFi-only iPad know where I am? And, How can I rescue music tracks I only have on my iPhone? Plus one question we couldn't answer: What's the best way to ditch cable and get current shows over the Web -- without a PC?
Adobe releases three new Photoshop apps for the iPad, YouTube expands its movie rental library, Google readies a test version of Google Music, and Microsoft buys Skype.
Driving the real Nissan Leaf in the real world, backup cameras coming to every car in the U.S.? Nice revamp for mobile Google Maps, and we're gonna' miss the Chevy Aveo. (Just kidding.)
We're back! Jeff and Wilson are joined in the studio today with "Kenri," and Justin chimes in from San Francisco via phone. It's back to our usual shenanigans again, and we recount our holiday break. Plus, we have an apology to make to James Cameron.
Chatroulette tops Google's "fastest rising" search terms of 2010, Howard Stern will now be on the Sirius XM mobile-phone app, and YouTube removes its 15-minute limitation on video uploads.