The new R.E.M. album comes in several formats, including long-playing 45 rpm vinyl, which apparently sounds better than 33 1/3.
Rock band at first seems to copy culture-jamming collective's innovative work without credit, and then issues an apology.
A night out at the exclusive, buttoned-up Founders Club event and the much more raucous CollegeHumor "Hottest College Girl in America" party. Welcome to New York.
We are gonna miss Kelly around here while she's away on her maternity leave. So guess what? Molly and Jason both chipped in and bought Kelly a bunch of really cool stuff for her time away from the podcast! Yes, we're that rich.
Funeral services for DRM will be held this Saturday. FYI. Send flowers. Also, a tiny gun can still hurt, but not in Canada, and apparently, people still want old iPhones. Like, bad.
CNET Car Tech: A retrospective
We're sorry to inform you that Tom has been kicked off Buzz Out Loud for being 37 years old, because you just can't tell by looking.
There's two definitions of green energy espoused by attendees at the Future in Review conference: it needs to be clean, and it needs to make money.
Netflix's new box hits the price sweet spot, Napster is offering 6 million DRM-free MP3s (deja-vu?), and Gizmodo! Confirms! The 3G! iPhone! Release! Date!
Today we talk about the infamous $30 a month Sprint SERO plan, the 3G iPhone, and the new BlackBerry Bold. Also, we gladly watch as Speed Racer crashes at the box office and cry as Jimmy Fallon gets the late night love he doesn't deserve.