According to a new faux Apple ad courtesy of Conan on TBS, Apple wants its unreleased iPhone back really, really, bad.
Having stomped upon two Jeopardy greats, IBM's Watson supercomputer decides to show his human side in a splendid performance of sucking up and yucks on "Conan." Until he gets smashed up, that is.
The popular talk show host devotes two minutes of his show to taking a crack at Apple's latest pro video-editing software, knocking it for missing or otherwise poorly thought out features.
Many major networks are blocking Google TV from streaming content, but so far TBS is allowing Conan's new show to stream on TeamCoCo.com.
In a very sweet parody of the iPad 2 launch video, Conan skewers what he calls Apple's cockiness.
Microsoft's media ambitions could have given popular late-night TV host Conan O'Brien his own show on the company's latest game console.
Comedian Conan O'Brien is using Facebook to answer the many questions folks might have about his move to TBS. And he wants viewer questions, which he'll answer via online video.
A survey suggests that half of all Americans would be prepared to use their smartphones to shoot videos of people in embarrassing, compromising, or just plain weird situations.
Wilson begins this episode of The 404 Podcast with a few words of encouragement to our young listeners starting their first day of school today, then we'll discuss Nike's Marty McFly sneakers, Netflix caps, Conan O'Brien's studio for rent, and Google buying Zagat!
After retiring it earlier this year, the company is again selling the $999 software, but only to sell off existing stock of the product, and through phone sales instead of in stores.