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The Xbox Live app takes a baby step toward SmartGlass, tweets get beefier, and Time sells subscriptions on iPad after previously criticizing Apple's policies.
Facebook One-upsmanship makes us :(, but free Facebook on flights in Feb make us :) on today's episode of The 404 Podcast. Today's rundown is about JDate for Chinese people, porn Web site empires, and a ChatRoulette model for hypochondriacs!
Justin confesses a horrible personal secret on today's episode of The 404 Podcast, but we also talk about the upcoming Google movie, ChatRoulette marketing for "The Last Exorcism," and a King Bowser turtle skeleton found in the wild!
Marc Whitten, Corporate VP of Xbox Live, demos Microsoft's new "SmartGlass" technology at E3 2012 in Los Angeles
Windows Live Messenger is being replaced with Skype, Xbox SmartGlass arrives on Apple devices, and single weekly issues of DC Comics hit digital bookstores.
Google is set to unveil new products at its annual developers conference this week. CNET's Bridget Carey breaks down the latest reports on Android, Glass, and more.
Boobs on the iPhone, porn on Vudu, and junk on Chat Roulette. This week's episode proves, once again, that the Internet is for porn.
Gmail does e-mail, chat, and now it can do RSS feeds. Check up on your latest feeds at the same time you check your e-mail. Veronica will show you how to use it in today's tip.
Say what you want about Vin Diesel's current choice of movie roles, but we have to give the guy credit for his performance in the film "Boiler Room." One of Jeff's friends found a peculiar flier referencing the movie at a job fair at Rutgers University, so we spend the first few minutes of today's show chatting about that, then move onto the strange phenomenon of Opera Software receiving e-mails from Oprah fans that can't get the spelling correct.
Just like a sunflower turns its head toward the sun, smart and efficient solar panels must do the same for maximum energy absorption. CNET's Kara Tsuboi visits Qbotix in Menlo Park, Calif., where the company introduced a new robotic tracking system that mechanically pivots solar panels, saving energy and money.