Emily Dreyfuss joins us in the studio to debunk that silly Oreo study, celebrate our re-opened government and the return of the Pandacam, and detail a site that maps your genetic history through an at-home DNA test.
You can look forward to seeing a lot more of Emily Dreyfuss on the show during her bi-weekly trips to the CNET NY office. She joins us in the studio to debunk that silly Oreo study, celebrate our re-opened government and the return of the panda cam, and detail a site that maps your genetic history through an at-home DNA test.
CMU's HERB seems to prefer the "precious creme" inside Oreo cookies. Now put that knife down.
Sure, you could just use your fingers to separate your biscuits — but where's the fun in that when you can teach a robot to do it for you?
The new Oreo Skies app allows anyone to virtually tag stars and then have friends or family discover messages left there.
One man's quest to get rid of the cream in his cookie led to invention of a hilariously overcomplicated Oreo separating machine.
With the Superdome in New Orleans in near-darkness, the cookie giant sent out a tweet that proved the power of mastering social media.
Among the hottest brands kids love to use, the Nintendo Wii and DS came in first and second place, followed by the iPod in 12th, according to a survey from Smarty Pants.
Caroline McCarthy and Tim Geisenheimer join The 404 today, while Jeff pretends to celebrate the Passover with his family. The ace reporter brings in cupcakes made with bacon-cream cheese frosting and beer. Sounds incredibly healthy.
Twitter was the star of the 2013 Super Bowl ads -- both on air and off. And a new gadget could let football coaches know if their players have been hit too hard during a game.