Our perilous infrastructure Video
Crave keeps bringing gadgets your way. This week Brian Tong and special guest Erica Ogg talk about a ball that takes pictures, a 'Jedi' mouse, the first in 'touch' photo frames, and a water bed that showcases the 'motion in the ocean.'
The week in a minute is a compilation of some of the week's best videos.
1.) "An Inconvenient Truth" trailer
2.) "Over the Hedge" trailer
3.) "Just My Luck" trailer
4.) Renaissance Fair of San Diego County
5.) John Smith Smooth
6.) "Alice Is My Middle Name"
7.) "The Promise" clip: "Your Destiny"
8.) "Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man" trailer
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Today we're talking about engineering for earthquakes, and how what we know about geology affects how buildings and structures are designed for different locations. Our guests: A structural engineer and a geologist from the USGS.
A human Tetris piece, Microsoft making a mess, and a Special K surprise--all on this week's Buzz Report.
Special guest Darren Kitchen from Hak5 joins us to talk through secure WiFi networking, VPNs, SSL, and protecting yourself from the dreaded Firesheep
We're digging into the patent quagmire this week, with CNET's Molly Wood and special guest Nilay Patel of Engadget. Are patents stifling innovation or helping it? We look at recent cases and try to sort it out.
On today's show, special guest Thomas Dolby drops in to talk with us about the state of the music industry and digital distribution, his new album, and the amazing sounding MMORPG that goes along with it. We're pretty overwhelmed by his brilliance. But we recover a bit for tech news, like Hulu's 1 million paid users (and imminent death), and whether the Droid Bionic can catch up to the Atrix 4G.
It's the day before Thanksgiving and CNET's The 404 Podcast has a lot to be thankful for. As we go around the circle from Wilson, to me, then to our special guests Natali Del Conte of CNET's Loaded and Tim Geisenheimer, we realize we all have something in common: we're all very very thankful to Les Moonves for signing our paychecks twice a month! We're also want to give a big shoutout to all The 404 listeners and chat roomies- you guys put up with our idiocy on a daily basis and keep coming back for more, and we can't thank you enough for the support!
Rafe and Brian Cooley talk monitor tech and advice with special guest Eric Franklin from CNET Labs.
We talk with our reporters covering the twin security conferences in Las Vegas this week about the massive Shady RAT hack, and research reports on hacking everything from nuclear plants to laptop batteries to insulin pumps.