The 404 1,029: Where we're never going on a cruise (podcast)

Leaked from today's 404: Rumors of MySpace buying Hipstamatic, a countrywide "where'd I put my phone" database, touch screens barking street deals at passers-by in New York City, and reminding ourselves why we stopped reading Maxim at the turn of the century.


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There are few words to describe people that don't know that the movie "Titanic" was actually based on a real Titanic, and even fewer to describe the bravado in tweeting about that ignorance, but Jeff musters a few adjectives.

On today's episode, we'll cover the $1 billion Instagram buyout and what you can expect to change once Facebook takes over, all four major U.S. wireless carriers joining forces to create a "lost my phone" database, smart touch-screen displays replacing payphones in New York City, and the shaky future of Best Buy and its former CEO.


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