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From better recommendations to Rotten Tomatoes integration, get more out of your Netflix subscription with these valuable tips and tricks.
A new app shares 6-second video clips, Apple fails to impress Wall Street, and U-verse's outage lasts for days.
>If you willingly choose to pay for a movie like "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," you give up your right to complain about your fellow theater-goers. This is the lesson Wilson and I impart to our third co-host today, who got suckered by the trolls on RottenTomatoes into seeing the pre-prequel to Planet of the Apes. This and more on today's 404 podcast!
We compare Amazon's Kindle 2 to other book readers on the market, there's plenty of news about online video, and how to get Rotten Tomatoes on your TV.
The 404's Wilson Tang joins us today to discuss Microsoft's Build Conference currently taking place in Anaheim California. Stephen gives out his random temporary phone number on his new iPhone App called Ring Shuffle and receives around 40 calls within 20 minutes. Good times! Look for those voice mails on tomorrow's show. Also the Kepler Telescope has discovered 6 new Earth like planets giving us more options when we need to get off this rock. All that and more on today's Buzz Out Loud.
Want some more functionality from your IMDb page? Try TweakMDB, a Firefox add-on that integrates Rotten Tomatoes, shows the ages of an actor in any film, displays pop-up summaries of any movie, and more.
Microsoft's Worldwide Telescope, a virtual map of outer space, is within months of its public debut. CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi talks with the space exploration program's founder, Curtis Wong, and shares video of what these celestial tours will look like.
How close are we to finding alien life? CNET contributor Boonsri Dickinson visits Geoff Marcy's lab at the University of California at Berkeley to hunt for Earth-like planets. Using the Keck telescope in Hawaii and data from the Kepler telescope, Marcy can detect planets millions of miles away.
Downloading Windows 8 applications can now be found in a centralized location instead of scattered across the InterWebs. Watch today's Tekzilla Daily to find the easiest way to install and uninstall Windows apps from the Microsoft Store.