Ep. 985: Where it's snowing in space Video
Bridget Carey makes her first appearance on CNET TV today. She's the host of an upcoming daily tech news show on CNET called Checked In, so be sure to follow her on Twitter so you don't miss the first episode. She'll help us out with our story rundown today and gives her take on Lavar Burton bringing back Reading Rainbow as an iPad app, an LA film studio constructing an underground "post-apocalyptic" fortress, and the resurgence of AOL e-mail addresses as a pre-Internet status symbol.
On today's 404 podcast episode, we can only laugh to keep from crying about Netflix apologizing for their apology they made three weeks ago. Already confused? So are we, let's just pretend Qwikster never happened and move on.
This is an episode of an ongoing series about a woman living near the woods. She is wondering and looking for something--but what?
Our little Dialed In family is back together once again. After enduring some technical difficulties and travel nightmares, Kent and I are back from Barcelona to join Nicole in the studio where we reflect on all the news from Mobile World Congress 2010. If there's one takeaway from the show, it's that software will play a primary role in this year's smartphones, while hardware will take a backseat. In other news, AT&T is finally getting its first Android phone and Sprint's WiMax devices are coming but not as early as some say. All this plus the latest cell phone reviews on this week's episode of Dialed In.
Online shoppers pay with cash, White House takes aim at CISPA, and Groupon hopes to show its grown-up side.
The first 404 show of 2012 gets off to a bumpy start with some technically difficulties, but fill-in host Bridget Carey guides us in for a smooth landing.
eBay adds daily deals to its extreme makeover, Sprint could be getting a big financial boost, and Photoset shares groups of photos with ease.
In this episode, Toyota gets exonerated, Hummer owners pretend their cars are electric, and do you wear your seatbelts?
I hope you are sitting, and not standing. For this is in fact the final episode of Gadgettes. Yes, it sucks. But the show will always live on in the archives. Before you start re-listening to every single past episode, enjoy our final sendoff where we (appropriately) cover nearly all of the segments from the show.
The Hot Topic Episode had some pretty awesome pre-show discussion that centered around Harry Potter and the youth of today. Check out the full discussion exclusively on CNET Live!