Our guest today is Steve 'Sphere' Guttenberg, the man behind CNET's Audiophiliac blog. We'll talk to him about the immortal LP, the return of music videos sans VJs, Steve's interview with Young Guru, and more.
Google's new Chromecast is a big "finally!" moment for anyone looking for an easy, cheap way to move content wirelessly from your computer to your TV, and we have one for show-and-tell today. Tune in to see why the Chromecast is a game changer.
The government wants to block online porn -- but will it work? Down with this sort of thing!
Aunt Jill's back on the show today to make sense of Apple's positive third-quarter earnings despite falling iPhone sales in China. She'll also answer some listener questions, so thanks to everyone for submitting!
Check out today's 404 episode for a roundup of all the news, celebrity sightings, cosplay characters, and free giveaways at Comic-Con 2013!
As the BBC goes HD, Netflix reinvents the TV series, and BT and Sky square off, what's the future of television -- and is Apple in it?
Imagine winning $250,000 playing a video game? That's just what our guest, University of Oregon student Justin Chavarria, did this morning playing in the MLB 2K13 Perfect Game Challenge.
Today Jeff Bakalar and Bridget Carey try to come up with something that's worse than "Sharknado," deconstruct a Tennessee man's nonsensical Apple lawsuit, and laugh at the RIAA's inability to convince a woman they sued to help them combat piracy.
Today we'll pay tribute to the lost era of computer magazines with the news of PCWorld shuttering its print division. We'll stay in the past with a collection of sounds gone extinct, and play a couple of new listener voicemails.
The App Store is 5 years old, so we app-laud the best apps around -- plus the Nokia Lumia 1020 and the week's technology news.