Photos from Stacie and Jeff Bakalar's wedding
Today's show welcomes Eric Franklin, host of the Inside CNET Labs Podcast, who comes on to talk about the new "Watchmen" Blu-ray/DVD. We also talk about Xbox Portable, Hoboken's newest mayor, Comic-Con, and, of course, Beck's Beer/Last.FM Audio Draft!
Today's show welcomes Eric Franklin, host of the Inside CNET Labs Podcast, who comes on to talk about the new Watchmen Blu-ray/DVD. We also talk about XBox Portable, Hoboken's newest mayor, ComicCon, and of course Beck's Beer/Last.FM Audio Draft!
We're all family on the 404: Jeff's dad and girlfriend both called into the 404 preshow this morning! Today we bring you a handful of insane stories from the Internet.
Moving from one part of queens to another means sub-par cable service, Foodler hooks us up with some sushi in a snap, Amy Winehouse looks absolutely AWFUL, plus we open up the snorefest that is the 700MHz auction.
Look out, athletes, robots can already play the game of soccer (albeit at a much slower pace than humans). Jeff Bakalar, Jake Krol and Samantha Rhodes commentate highlights from RoboCup 2016, and discuss the sports they'd like to see bots play next.
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Pokemon Go's first week is leading to all kinds of encounters between people and pocket monsters. Jeff Bakalar, Samantha Rhodes and Jake Krol talk about the first week of Nintendo and Niantic's mobile game in this excerpt from CNET's Open_Tab.
Many people are streaming songs from subscription services instead of buying albums, but with that convenience are we losing out the magic of music? Steve "The Audiophiliac Man" Guttenberg and Ty Pendlebury discuss with Jeff Bakalar how we can keep music sounding as good as possible in today's digital age in this excerpt from CNET's Open_Tab.
Nintendo's newest mobile game is here, bringing the creatures of Pokemon into the real world. Jeff Bakalar, Joseph Kaminski and Ty Pendlebury hash out their first impressions with the title, and why people started calling the game Pokemon Stop in this excerpt from CNET's Open_Tab.