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Leaked from today's 404 Podcast: 3 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 crimes, Toys 'R Us $200 Android tablet, gold-plated Ataris, rising hard drive prices, and what do SKYRIM and celebrities have in common? Oh, nothing.
On this week's Digital City, we discuss Google's rumored new phone; iMac shipping delays, best Netbook games, and small bits of insanity, including a new Mario pizza place and a gold-plated PS3.
Get the straight scoop on Snakes on a Plane, fresh from the premiere showing. Does Samuel Jackson survive? Will Molly? Meanwhile AOL's digging for gold, literally. Not kidding.
Even we hit comedy gold once in a while--sometimes by accident. Celebrate the year gone by with this highlight reel.
There's still time for us to strike entrepreneurial gold, we talk "malicious circuits," and Microsoft blah blah blah blah. Also, Popcorn Hour starts shipping its magical streaming box of wonder and it looks like we're in store for some wiener whistles.
Thanks to Microsoft's Silverlight streaming video software, more people than ever before are tuning in...err...logging on to watch the Olympics online. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on the popularity of the free service and the technology involved in transmitting that gold-medal relay race from Beijing to your home computer.
The new Yahoo Buzz, new MacBooks, and making some bank from Google.
This week on the Buzz Report, the Eye makes some serious changes, and Microsoft just cannot leave Yahoo alone.
Thorny gender issues arise on Facebook, Bill Gates takes his leave, Sony announces movie downloads without any movies but their own, and anyone in North Carolina who's offended by their own, inadvertently rude "WTF" license plate can get it replaced at no cost. But we say: drive it with pride!