Donald Bell talks with the president of Stern Pinball, Gary Stern, about his latest line of affordable pinball machines designed for the home.
Stern recently lost more than 125 pounds while offering weight-loss tips and recipes to thousands on the Internet.
App expected to be available this summer will deliver satellite radio's programming to subscribers on the struggling Internet TV platform.
Stern's announcement of another five-year deal ends speculation that he would leave the satellite radio company.
The app is now ranked second in the U.S. listing of top paid iPhone apps and has reportedly generated $500,000 for its owners.
A pirated DVD screener of the J.J. Abrams/Steven Spielberg movie "Super 8" appears online. A report suggests it is watermarked "H. Stern."
The Sirius TTR1 accesses XM Sirius's online audio feed--but no other Internet radio stations are available.
Howard Stern discussed why his show isn't available on the Sirius XM iPhone app. It seems that his $100 million-per-year salary isn't enough for inclusion in an iPhone app.
A longtime technology enthusiast, and occasional local news TV talking head on the subject, Stern listeners frequently hear about Gary's home theater setup and other tech topics. To further the cause he has apparently put aside his usual "Baba Booey" nickname for a new identity: Technobeaver.