Donald Bell reports from the Bandwidth music technology conference in San Francisco.
Nasty NYC weather has shut down The 404 Show today. But worry not, we've handpicked a classic episode for you to enjoy!
The 404 is on holiday until CES, but enjoy this special throwback episode where "woot" makes it into the Oxford English Dictionary, and a virtual hit-man service charges $10 an hour for DDoS attacks.
Ofcom plans to make expensive call charges clearer for Freephone, directory inquiries and customer service numbers.
Apple iLife '08 is a fine, affordable media-editing suite that should keep beginners and hobbyists happy when managing pictures, videos, songs, and podcasts, but those seeking to fine-tune movies should look elsewhere.
Although Microsoft Office 2007 offers deeper features, particularly for number crunchers, Apple iWork '08 is a strong Mac productivity package and a pleasure to use.
The new tariff lets you call 0800, 0845, 0870 and 0808 numbers at no extra cost.
Here's a throwback episode of The 404 Podcast where we celebrate Wi-fi day on 8/02/11! Everyone's favorite guest Joseph Kaminski is featured on this one, showing us how to "tweet like men," even though he doesn't have a Twitter account. Enjoy!
Eric Franklin once again invades the Crave podcast and is more than happy to provide his opinion on how unrealistic our latest Lego obsession is. Jasmine, on the other hand, is utterly unimpressed with the DIY power laces that aim to mimic the sweet Nikes from "Back to the Future II." But the tone turns hopeful when we get to Donald's army of beer-o-matic robots, and we're all a little taken with two sweet keyboards that take two totally different tacks.
A few of our favorite new products from DEMOfall 08 in San Diego