Jill Schlesinger is back answering 404 listeners' financial questions and giving out great advice. Plus, we'll talk about the chances of a dystopian robotic future and new 3D NAND storage technology that might make 10TB solid state drives a reality.
Giant Bomb's video overlord Vinny Caravella joins Jeff to talk about Nintendo's new platform, the death of Internet Explorer, PIXELS the movie and a few hotly anticipated games coming our way very soon.
CNET Executive Editor John Falcone and CNET Update's Bridget Carey are in-studio today to help Jeff wrap-up an exhaustive week that included the Apple Watch event, an Uncharted 4 delay, the end of DC's "New 52" and a strange Jeopardy! oddity.
The Audiophiliac Man himself Steve Guttenberg gets comfy with the 404 guys discussing VR, headphones, Broad City and asking life's big questions.
CNET's smiley How-To guy Dan Graziano joins the show this week to discuss his mostly awful taste in everything, not including Blade Runner 2. Other show topics include: Pebble Time, Batman: Arkham Knight and a new wearable from PornHub.
The amazingly awesome Emily Dreyfuss explains how she got "the talk" from her parents, what's missing from the Apple Watch and Aquaman. Yes, Aquaman.
TV expert David Katzmaier talks 4K, curved displays, Sling TV and whether you can actually cut the cord and keep your senility. We'll also discuss Jon Stewart's exit from late night and ponder Spider-Man joining the Marvel universe.
Roger Cheng makes his 404 debut on the show's 1,600th episode! Topics of discussion for the day: Brian Williams, Radio Shack, Super Bowl ads, a Spaceballs sequel and Google threatening on Uber's business.
Bridget Carey and Ariel Nunez help Jeff and Iyaz understand the fine print of a Sling TV subscription, why Trivia Crack is worse than hardcore narcotics and figure out what the deal is with that mobile game Kate Upton is all about.
Today Jeff and Iyaz challenge the ideas and proof of concepts disclosed at Microsoft's Windows 10 press conference earlier in the week. They also cover a wide range of categories from DeflateGate, pharmaceutical ads on TV, the films of 2014 and much more -- all while Jeff slowly looses his voice.