Ep. 885: Where we we weez the juice Video
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.
The Oxford dictionary gets a contemporary update with a new entry for an old concept: "Friendzone." We'll show you how to ascend the madness and introduce you to something called the "Dongiverse" that may help.
Apple's WWDC announcement could signal the iPhone 5 is coming later this fall. Facebook's movie model is working, mobile phone payments will be the new black, and Symbian phones will be discontinued in 2010...*tear*. Plus, thanks to the Oxford English Dictionary "muffin top" will live forever.
The Oxford dictionary adds a bunch of words only teenagers use, Nintendo takes a big step back withe the 2DS, underwater fiber-optic tubes, Spawn remakes, and breaking down popular porn search terms by state!
Things are certainly winding down here at the CNET New York offices as The 404 finishes up its last two live episodes for the year. In the studio with us today is Natali Del Conte along with her CBS producer Will--so it sounds like the show is about to get some Early Show love on Friday morning!
On today's episode of The 404, we're examining the many ways that personal privacy is on its way out the door.
Apple Maps is causing more trouble, this time threatening the life of Australian vacationers. This plus 50 Shades of Gray rewards, Best Buy iPad goofs, and a coffin speaker on today's episode of The 404 Show!
It's the Apple Byte's 100th episode and we celebrate with a Mophie Juice Pack Air giveaway; the new MacBook Air could be just around the corner; and we find unique ways to charge your iPhone.
We kick off today's episode of CNET's The 404 Podcast with a fun story about the Nestle Crunch Hotline number. The company's latest viral campaign offers a series of hidden menus within the prerecorded call center that lets callers choose between English, Spanish, and Pig Latin language options.