The team behind the Scion FR-S concept set its sights on the slightly more low-brow 2011 Red Bull Soapbox Race.
Awards for unusual yet practical science experiments celebrated low-brow humor, garnered one winner an ice cream recognition.
Maybe we should have used "So Bad, but so good" as our show motto instead of "High Tech, Low Brow!" Today's show is a good example of that, and we kick it off with Wilson's brief and spoiler-free review of Bruno.
The audio company has special algorithms that deliver spatial sound similar to its Atmos technology to your basic headphones.
Maybe we should have used "So bad, but so good" as our show motto instead of "High Tech, Low Brow!" Today's show is a good example of that, and we kick it off with Wilson's brief and spoiler-free review of Bruno. We also talk about the rise of the Twitterns, Apple breaking the Pre-iTunes lovefest, and Jeff meeting Tony Hawk!
What happens when one extremely popular tech TV show with an attractive female host blatantly takes the slogan of a much lesser known Internet radio show with three mildly humorous, if not a bit awkward, post-pubescent manboys? You're about to find out on today's episode of The 404, where Attack of the Show's GadgetPr0n stole our tagline, "High Tech, Low Brow." Now, I'm a little unwilling to compromise my relationship with Olivia Munn, the , but Jeff and Wilson are heated and propose an all-out battle for the right to the slogan!
The Serkis-starring summer simian spectacular saw several scenes supervised via Skype, director Matt Reeves has said. Plus CNET reveals whether "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" is worth checking out.
The Nokia Lumia Treasure Tag is about the right price for what it does, but people who are serious about keeping tags on their possessions should seek a smaller device that does more.
The Internet TV provider misses out on the most high-profile Emmy awards it could have won after its nominations broke ground for online programs, but walking away without those statues isn't losing much.
The launch of Nine's Extra channel as a rival to Seven's TV4Me shows that the current licensing regime, which allows each of the commercial operators to run a datacasting service, is too ripe for exploitation.