Technically Incorrect: An intense and deep data presentation by a porn site displays some stunning information. For example, 83 percent of desktop porn views on the site are through Windows.
The week leading up to the Super Bowl is the only time people seek out and watch commercials, but a rejected PornHub submission that's surprisingly safe for work is using the Internet as its consolation prize.
In a video posted to Reddit, the stars are said to be Wal-Mart employees in Pikeville, Ky., tossing around iPads in the storeroom for a laugh. Wal-Mart confirms it's true.
A persistent high school student sends Twitter messages to as many porn stars as he can think of, in order to get one to be his prom date. Megan Piper agrees. But now the school objects.
Paulina Gretzky, daughter of The Great One, seems to want to be famous--and famous on Twitter. Twice this week, her feed has been shut down, reportedly after her father objected to its racy content.
An image of a naked woman in her Miami garden is spotted on Google Street View. This morning, it has finally been blurred out.
CNET Audiophiliac Steve Guttenberg joins us today to discuss the Back to the Future video game trailer, Steve's celebrity encounters, 3D surround sound, and more headphone advice for Wilson!
Perhaps the prerequisite to this course should have been anger management.
Stephen Gebhardt drops by the studio to talk about COED Magazine. He also shows us his favorite Katy Perry GIFs, a list of signs you're an Internet weirdo, and 10 video game movies that don't suck!
The subject of Jeff's bad cell phone luck has come up several times on The 404 Podcast already, but we're coming back to it once again because he just received his NINTH Palm Pre from the good folks at Sprint, who are now offering a "trade 9, get one free frozen yogurt" stamp card in his honor.