While everyone else in the tri-state region spent Memorial Day weekend outside in 90-degree bliss, Wilson locked himself in his house for three days playing Batman: Arkham Asylum.
Wilson runs down his favorite elements of gameplay (immersive environments, challenging combat, and Mark Hamill) that roped him into what the industry calls "the video game bender."
Strangely enough, Jeff coincidentally had his own run-in with the winged rodent avenger while watching the 1966 film starring Adam West and Burt Ward as a very out-of-shape crime-fighting duo. No offense to West, but even Alfred would've looked more imposing in the Batsuit than those fools.
Even after last week's story about the growing popularity of high heels for men, we're still surprised to hear that "shapewear" is becoming the latest trend for men who want a "smoother body silhouette."
Users claim the Spanx T-shirts give them pecs, definition, and confidence, although we'd rather hear from the angry women who feel betrayed when the Spanx comes off. Luckily, there's a new fashion statement for women to adopt, as well: the fake-nipple bra. Tune into the show for the whole filthy story.
Finally, a woman in Utah is suing Google after she was struck by a car while crossing a busy highway. In her defense, the Google Maps walking directions told her to cross the street and she's currently suing Google in excess of $100,000 for careless, reckless, and negligent directions.
Analysts predict this will force the service to display a warning at the top of every result that will read: Before embarking on your journey, please don't forget the first rule of navigation--LOOK UP.
We've been talking about his reappearance on the show for some time now, but it's actually happening tomorrow: The Sleep Doctor, aka Dr. Michael Breus, will be in the chair to answer all your questions about how to get a better night's rest. If you have a specific questions for the good doctor, we'd love to hear it--leave us a message at 1-866-404-CNET or shoot us an e-mail to the404(at)cnet[dot]com and we'll read ask Dr. Breus on the air!
The newest version of iOS patches critical flaws that could allow an attacker to take over your iPhone or iPad.
by Iyaz Akhtarby Thomas Clark
Apple patents smart dock, Microsoft unveils smart thermostat
In today's tech news, Apple could produce a smart dock to turn your iPhone into a Siri smart speaker. Microsoft announces a Cortana-powered thermostat and a Russian man is jailed for developing Citadel Malware.