Armed with a longer battery life, a new SD card reader, faster processors, and support for up to 8GB of RAM, the new line of MacBook Pros are taking Apple's notebook experience to the next level. And by the way, they're cheaper too. In fact, Apple has add
Aside from some technical difficulties today and a giant bug bite, we've got a great show featuring all three of your favorite Web celebrities. Before we get to the stories, we want to remind every one of The 404 logo contest.
One cold evening, a bored and lonely Crave sat in its high-tech penthouse apartment munching on a bowl of instant noodles, wondering why the picture on freesat looked so awful
The Far East is technologically advanced in many ways -- just look at Japan's heated toilet seats: pure genius. But what about their mobiles? Are they really all that?
Steve Ballmer is nothing if not upfront by his weird notions of how to make money in mobile.
We delve into the explosive world of Yahoo Buzz, and examine why we think it's of no threat to the likes of Digg, despite the backing of Yahoo's 500 million-strong global audience
Language Log notes that Apple's Dictionary program (v. 1.02 running in Tiger) gave an interesting pronunciation for "Myanmar:" It's pronounced "Burma."
The legendary Phil Ryan makes his last appearance on The 404 as a CNET employee as we talk about the Netflix player, the 3G iPhone, and strange clouds above China right before the earthquake. It's an interesting show today, sorry if we came close to offe
Apple's ubiquitous handset is the best indicator of how people will pay for media content in the near future, says the InterActiveCorp CEO at the Advertising 2.0 conference.
Every two weeks, Nicole Lee answers your questions about cell phones and their accessories.