Tricaster troubles keep us from showing a video today, so we're going back to our podcasting roots with an audio-only episode. Bear with us while we troubleshoot and release our frustrations on the technology scams like an Xbox 360 Elite HDMI cable that believes it can protect against viruses.
Check out our new studio on today's show! We also discuss "ping marketing," father/son space launches, and Sprint's 4G rollout dates.
Pardon our dust as The 404 studio gets a complete make-over! On today's show we show an NSFW video game accessory, talk Medal of Honor, and give away an original 404 poster from Blake Stevenson!
Versions of the worm that went bust a year ago are still spreading and hiding on 6.5 million infected computers, security experts say.
It's hard to believe that 2009 has already come and gone, but with the holidays over and 2010 around the corner, we've decided to record a special wrap-up episode to finish off the year. Lots of big changes that happened in the past twelve months, but the most momentous for the show has to be the introduction of the Tricaster and the subsequent evolution into a full-fledged video show. Of course, we have to thank Jason Howell, the man behind all the CNET Podcasts who helped us set up and troubleshoot our new equipment.
Welcome back to another Yultide Mini-sode of CNET's The 404 Podcast. We'll be keeping you company with fresh episodes, year-end wrap-ups, CES previews, and much more!
So the Tricaster is dead for now... yeah, I guess we shouldn't be eating sesame cake and drinking Tabasco sauce around it, but hey, it happens. We make the best of things today again with Jason Howell.
The 404 studio starts its transition from toxic waste dump site into a full-on video production system with the help of Buzz Out Loud star Jason Howell. Seriously, there are about six cameras in here pointed at things that I don't even want to mention.
Natali Del Conte joins us today for a discussion of whether it's more difficult, these days, to get FIOS installed, get a Netflix disc delivered, or find a decent man in New York. No, she's not taking applications. Also, confirmation of iPhone 3G issues w
Companies that make editing software and digital cameras are trying to cash in on video-sharing craze. Images: Tools for directors