The 404 1,113: Where there's a ghost in the wires (podcast)

Are separate talking and no-talking sections a viable solution for diners looking to keep the peace from annoying phone conversations? On today's 404, we'll talk about a restaurant in L.A. instituting a 5 percent discount to eat without your phone, an army of Chinese noodle-making robots, and the winners of our weekly tech dummies round-up.

Leaked from today's 404 episode:

- Restaurant offers a 5 percent discount to eat without your phone.

- China is building an army of noodle-making robots.

- Melky Cabrera (SF Giants) created a fake Web site to explain failing drug tests.

- Infrared palm scanners at elementary school are the Mark of the Beast.

- Teenager uses fake ID with picture of Bobby Hill to buy alcohol at six different shops.

Bathroom break video: Catch them staring.


Episode 1,113


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