Mark Licea's first year on CNET TV was a bit rough around the edges, but looking halfway decent on camera isn't too difficult when you edit your own videos. We explore a year of outtakes, acrobatics, and random musings.
Justin Yu has finally caught the SARS/swine flu that's been floating around the CNET New York offices. It was bound to happen, considering the number of makeout parties we have here. Filling his petite shoes, we have Mark Licea (aka MTI).
On today's show, we talk about beautifupeople.com, a Web site that is finally coming to the United States, which only beautiful people are allowed to join. That's right: in order to join this dating Web site, you have to be pretty. Users must submit their pictures, then the community decides whether you're hot enough to join. Unfortunately, Jeff and Wilson will likely get rejected. We'll let you know what Mark finds out on the Web site.
The Virtuix Omni is an omni-directional surface (not a treadmill) that allows you to move around in the game world while (mostly) staying put in reality.
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Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter says Nintendo's console could be sold out for the first six months it's available.
No, this isn't an Apple launch. Nintendo fans have been waiting in line at its flagship New York store for the next-generation console.
The iPhone 4 will be sold at Wal-Mart when it goes on sale on June 24, the Nissan Leaf has added sound so pedestrians don't get run over, and how to follow the World Cup on Twitter.
Japanese pop star Leah Dizon joins the guys on today's episode of CNET's The 404 Podcast, and Mark Licea joins the fun to talk about his personal history with the international sensation.
Viacom loses its lawsuit against Google's YouTube, eBay buys RedLaser bar code scanning app for mobile shopping, and Verizon releases the Droid X just as the iPhone 4 launches with limited availability.
What does Sony's Gaikai purchase mean for the gaming, TV, and mobile industries?