Ep 992: Where we're getting to the bottom of this Video
The final episode of "Lost" aired yesterday, but this episode is spoiler-free! However, you should know that Wilson couldn't handle the emotional scenes at the end of the episode and shed a few tears. But he also cried at the end of "Little Nicky," so don't expect too much.
Jeff Bakalar shows you how you can quickly add a line of text to the bottom of a text file using Quicksilver.
Jeff skipped out on yesterday's show to cover the news conferences at E3, but he's back today and excited about the Nintendo 3DS, the first portable 3D gaming system on the scene. It might look like a DSi, but the 3DS has major graphical enhancements that allow for 3D gameplay, including dual lenses on the outside of the clamshell for 3D photos and a depth slider that lets you adjust the effect to your preference.
Go behind-the-scenes and tour the Tribal Council set with host Jeff Probst
We're surprised that Wilson is still standing after going under the knife yesterday to get his wisdom teeth pulled. Luckily, Wilson explains that his disturbingly small mouth, combined with the supreme skills of his dentist, led to a speedy recover--less than 24 hours after the surgery, we've got our Wilson back! And besides, all of his wisdom is localized to his hair.
Fanboy fist-fight! CNET Reviews editor-in-chief Lindsey Turrentine and CNET executive editor John Falcone join Rafe in a debate over the best, worst, and most important tech products of 2011.
This week Brian Tong features Cut the Rope, which recently became the fist iOS game ever to take home the British Academy of Films and Television Arts award for Best Handheld game.
Grammy Award winner and multi-Platinum artist Nelly talks with the OMG Insider's Kevin Frazier about the gadgets that he can't live without.
It's the behind the scenes clips where Molly Wood and Jeff Cannata flub, move and groove, sing, and make us laugh. Oh yeah!
John Lee Hooker tears through one of his many classics in this live setting. This is from the DVD "John Lee Hooker: Come See About Me -- The Definitive DVD".