Challenge friends to a round of your favorite board game or RPG for International TableTop Day. Wil Wheaton, Geek & Sundry founder Felicia Day, and other celebs explain why tabletop gaming is so fun.
Geek elite including Steve Wozniak, Neil Gaiman, Amanda Palmer, Guillermo del Toro, and Stan Lee get their own trading cards complete with stats, trivia, and quotes. The artist talks to Crave's Bonnie Burton.
Mitt Romney's running mate isn't a leader on technology topics in the U.S. Congress -- he's been focused on fiscal matters. But what we do know indicates a mixed record.
Former CNET Photo expert and current PopPhoto.com editor Phil Ryan sneaks by security to join the show. We talk cameras, the rules for conjugal visits, iPhone apps that make prank calling easier, and, of course, plenty of poo-poo jokes.
Activision gathers thousands of fans on the west side of Los Angeles for a weekend celebration of Call of Duty that includes an unveiling of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
After a long wait, the white version of the iPhone 4 is out and on sale. Multiple reports now say the new device is thicker than the black version, though not enough to make a big difference.
The legendary Phil Ryan makes his last appearance on The 404 as a CNET employee as we talk about the Netflix player, the 3G iPhone, and strange clouds above China right before the earthquake. It's an interesting show today, sorry if we came close to offe
Writers are back on the job, Knight Rider and its disease ridden red headed step-child plus Apple TV nets an update and Spore... it's coming fool.
We talk about the tech we've been using for years, like the Palm Pilot, Panasonic HDTV, and the Kindle.
We were really thinking about calling this episode something to do with prehistoric snake. Because Natali is very into the prehistoric snakes. Although she can't kill them. Instead we discuss Bill Gates releasing mosquitoes at TED.