From his favourite trouser press to the Motorola Timeport, we run through the tech that is -- and always will be -- classic Partridge.
The pizza chain apologizes on Facebook after two of its delivery men butt-dialed an African-American customer and offered racist songs and epithets.
After 9,000 miles, the autonomous robot Papa Mau completed its trip across the ocean having gathered valuable scientific data along the way.
The FishClip takes a different approach to keeping your bagged food safely secured. You can even use it to hold unwieldy cords in place if you're so inclined.
Former customers claim that the pizza chain used a mass text messaging service to send out hundreds of thousands of text advertisements even though they never opted-in for the messages.
Jeff is taking the week off to get a head start on Thanksgiving, so Wilson and I invite Mark to help us out on today's episode of The 404 Podcast. After spending a couple days out of the office last week, it feels great to get back in front of the mic. It's no fun being home with the flu, but it did give me an opportunity to check out Twilight. No, not The Twilight Saga: New Moon, I meant the first one, which I never bothered to watch in theaters. I'm glad I didn't spend $12 to watch it, too! Get all the details plus a sneak peek at the new movie in theaters now. Wilson also checked out Tyler Perry and Oprah Winfrey's new movie, "Precious." The movie also features Mariah Carey and Mo'Nique, who's up for an Academy Award nomination for her performance as Precious' abusive mother.
Twilight reviews, new phones, Hulu iphone app, Tyler Perry's "Precious," Tyler Perry's Oprah, and Tyler Perry's Black Friday shopping tips.
We started by reporting on the amazing technology that allows pacemakers to wirelessly transmit diagnostic info to a bedside device making the pacemaker safer and doctor visits shorter. But we found the most compelling fact the idea that this would be WiFi. Which we think should mean hotspots and a mesh network. It solves a lot of problems. Think about it. Also no Apple, Twitter or Google news today. Sorry. There is a robot story.
We started by reporting on the amazing technology that allows pacemakers to wirelessly transmit diagnostic info to a bedside device making the pacemaker safer and doctor visits shorter. But we found the most compelling fact the idea that this would be WiF
Papa John's pizza chain has cooked up a mobile version of its Web site. Mmm, pizza. Mmm, mobile versions of Web sites. Find out what we thought of the service