Ep. 956: Where the files are IN the computer? Video
Leaked from today's 404 episode: Jill on Money tells us more about Facebook's share pricing and how to make a smart investment.
Who else but Stoopid Andy would be a better fit to fill in for Justin Yu today? While his name might indicate otherwise, Andy is one of The 404's most cerebral guests.
The U.S. Navy demonstrates how it can set a boat on fire remotely using a laser. Which is super awesome as a video, and slightly terrifying as a demonstration of future military capabilities. Also, Steve Jobs finally agrees to an authorized biography, Sony blinks in the George Hotz PS3 jailbreaking lawsuit, smart phone users are wasting hundreds of dollars a year, and Facebook is working on its latest venture: the Socialist Network. --Molly
Mark Licea jumps back into the guest seat today for a chat about Wolfenstein: New Order, a hack that gives you a spoiler-free Internet, and Nintendo's big problem in advance of E3.
Homefront tells the story of a future where a united Korea has become mad with power and is in the process of invading a crumbling and vulnerable United States.
Facebook knows more about you than your own mother, but who knew its "Frictionless Sharing" algorithm could predict your sexuality and out your secrets? Disturbing stories of Facebook TMI on today's episode.
Kohler's NUMI smart toilet has heated seats, an automatically adjusting bidet, and a touchscreen remote, but it comes with a hefty price tag.
Stoopid Andy highlights today's episode where we question the very existence of the US Postal Service.
Security reporter Elinor Mills joins us today to discuss the large data breach at marketing services company Epsilon, which most likely landed your e-mail address in a hacker's database. What can you do about this breach, and how can you protect against future ones? Elinor explains.
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.