Justin Yu returns to help us unpack the new Xbox One rumors, break down the Peter Thiel/Gawker situation and give us some much-needed social advice on when to go in for the hug or kiss on the cheek.
Justin Yu has finally caught the SARS/swine flu that's been floating around the CNET New York offices. It was bound to happen, considering the number of makeout parties we have here. Filling his petite shoes, we have Mark Licea (aka MTI).
On today's show, we talk about beautifupeople.com, a Web site that is finally coming to the United States, which only beautiful people are allowed to join. That's right: in order to join this dating Web site, you have to be pretty. Users must submit their pictures, then the community decides whether you're hot enough to join. Unfortunately, Jeff and Wilson will likely get rejected. We'll let you know what Mark finds out on the Web site.
Iomega releases 1TB eGo desktop hard drive.
Don't call it cheating, call it a pro-tip.
Today Justin Yu brings along the sad tale of the last VCR. We'll also breakdown Elon Musk's vision of the future, Facebook's WiFi drone test flight Aquila and the current state of Comic-Con.
Justin Yu is back in an attempt to make printers sexy again. Plus, how to catch Tinder cheaters and the very dark side of VR.
A bovine named Pamela was given to a couple who earned top marks in a Tunisian mobile strategy game called Bagra. Another cow named Brigitte is still up for grabs.
Justin Yu is back again this week to give us a spoiler-free quick review of 10 Cloverfield Lane and a strange Facebook story called Julie Rubicon. Plus we get a live demo of the Here Active Listening earbuds.
Today we're taking you back to January of 2009 when Russ Frushtick was still a new face around the studio. Enjoy this stroll down memory lane with Jeff Bakalar, Wilson Tang and Justin Yu as the guys discuss nasty food, video games and a bunch more.