The new, slim game console might not be experiencing the same number of Red Ring of Deaths as its predecessor did, thanks to a shutdown feature reportedly in its software.
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Consoles afflicted with the crippling E74 error will be repaired free of charge, and Microsoft's extended three-year warranty will now cover any potential E74 problems.
A new scanner developed by Kaminsky and friends can help find Conficker-infected machines. We're so drenched in Conficker news at this point that I think the Girl Scouts have started selling Confickerdoodles.
The PlayStation 3 Slim might be on its way to store shelves, but a thinner version of the Xbox 360 might be the refresh Microsoft needs to stay ahead of Sony.
The Wii and the Xbox 360 have both battled their way to the quarter finals of our Greatest Gadget of the 21st Century tournament. Only one can progress any further though -- which console deserves your vote?
Tim Geisenheimer joins the show along with our favorite former intern, Mark Licea. We talk about Tim's new Kindle 2 and how Amazon decided to release a free iPhone app.
The Streamy awards made me think of how Hollywood and the video bloggers are starting to come together. It made Natali think about urination. So maybe they need to rethink branding. We also tell you how violent video games will make you see better.