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A car battery that could last 100 miles

TRL claims to have important new technology

By October 16, 2006


MTV's 'Alexa Chung' tunes in to Facebook, Twitter

Onetime pop-culture juggernaut MTV is well past its "TRL" glory days. Now it's hoping to get back on top with a new talk show that captures the social media zeitgeist.

By May 29, 2009


The 404 185: Where we're banned from using the phone

CNET Tech Editor Matt Fitzgerald joins us on today's show to shoot the film with us on a flurry of random stories from around the internet, including George Takeiiiiiii's marriage, the inevitable death of TRL.

By September 16, 2008


Post-YouTube, MTV revives the video star -- briefly

After forces like YouTube hammered the final nail in the coffin of music-centered TV channels that actually played music, Viacom's channels resuscitate the notion -- at least for a few hours.

By July 4, 2013


New battery tech drives cars for 100 miles

New battery tech drives cars for 100 miles

By October 16, 2006


The 404 1,015: Where we take Katie Linendoll to sleepaway camp (podcast)

Leaked from today's episode of The 404 Podcast: Katie Linendoll talks about her new show on Spike TV, her experience selling gadgets on HSN, the Girl Scouts and their Netiquette Pledge, AirBnB, and Angry Birds Space!

By March 21, 2012


New video service on the way from the inventors of ICQ

What is Knocka.TV, and why do you need it? We're not sure about either.

By August 6, 2007


MTV's 'Soundtrack' jumps on stage

One part social network and one part pop culture discovery hub, this new site from MTV refocuses the company's wayward vision back to music.

By July 16, 2008


The 404 229: Where there's no one here to pick on Wilson

With Jeff on vacation and Justin dying of stomach herpes, Wilson is left alone to hold down The 404 fort. Mark Licea and Joey Kaminski join him today to talk about 'Quantum of Solace,' Obama's BlackBerry, and ordering pizza from your TiVo.

By November 17, 2008


MTV Urge

Despite some glitches, MTV Urge is one of the best subscription music services we've seen to date. If taking your choice of millions of songs with you anywhere sounds appealing, make sure you check out this offering from MTV.

May 14, 2006

3.5 stars Editors' rating May 14, 2006

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