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The 404 Show (MP3)

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The 404 Show is CNET's longest-running podcast of all time. Now hosted by Jeff Bakalar and Russ Frushtick, The 404 Show is a pop-culture and tech mix covering movies, comics, video games and more. Tune in every Friday as Jeff and Russ welcome a wide variety of engaging guests for compelling conversations that can't be found anywhere else.
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access_time3 days ago
Russ and Jeff record the last regular version of the show discussing the reviews of the new Apple Watch, iPhone 8, what to expect from the iPhone X and whether or not Nintendo will make enough SNES Classic Editions for everyone.

access_time10 days ago
It's Shanon Cook's last show, so we take a trip down memory lane with our favorite music from the 90s.

access_time17 days ago
Ben Fox Rubin makes his final appearance on the show to discuss the Equifax hack, iPhone 8 speculation and some other personal matters.

access_time24 days ago
Steve Guttenberg briefly lands on our planet to discuss solar eclipse reviews, his new YouTube channel, aliens and more.

access_time1 month ago
Waypoint's Austin Walker talks with Jeff about what it's like creating Vice's guide to gaming from the ground up, the culture shock of appearing on TV, visions of solar eclipses and the future.

access_time2 months ago
We'll try not to look directly at the sun with Ben Fox Rubin on today's episode, but we will be discussing HBO's hack and a CNET feature on sex robots and A.I.

access_time2 months ago
Today's throwback recalls the first time we'd ever heard the word "bitcoin."

access_time2 months ago
Ben Fox Rubin is back at it with a great billionaire discussion about Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk and others. We'll also solve some serious nerd math, defend fidget spinners and tell you which retro consoles aren't worth buying.

access_time2 months ago
TV Guide's Sadie Gennis helps us pick apart the new Bright Netflix movie trailer, cuts deep on Game of Thrones theory and discusses whether or not we're living in a comic book hell zone.

access_time2 months ago
Giant Bomb's Vinny Caravella is here to talk about the future of VR, getting trapped in an ATM machine and a microscopic animal that's actually the most resilient living thing on the planet.

access_time3 months ago
Please enjoy a very special rebroadcasting of our Justin Yu farewell episode.

access_time3 months ago
An old friend stops by the studio to talk about Super NES Classic hysteria and how to find one. Plus, a story of sweet, sweet relief.

access_time3 months ago
Who else better to talk about Amazon's jaw-dropping purchase of Whole Foods than the man who covers the company for CNET? Ben Fox Rubin is back to share his thoughts on the deal and sticks around long enough to get an E3 2017 debriefing.

access_time3 months ago
A benchmark for "futuristic" sci-fi, 2002's "Minority Report" is still a wild ride. But how does it hold up?

access_time4 months ago
Today Jeff and Russ welcome their office friend Lisa to the show to discuss Trader Joe's and what it's like to be online dating in 2017.

access_time4 months ago
Ben Fox Rubin joins us today to trade stories about life's weirder issues and why sometimes it's just best to buy a safe for your muffins. The crew also discusses why some memes are simply dead on arrival.

access_time4 months ago
Jill Schlesinger returns to help us better understand the current housing market, why college and high school reunions are still a thing and what it means to "age in place."

access_time4 months ago
CNET's own Audiophiliac, Steve Guttenberg, is back with a brand new set of ridiculous thoughts and questions, including the very title of today's show. Also, Russ Frushtick provides a spoiler-free review of Alien: Covenant.

access_time5 months ago
Ben Fox Rubin sits down to discuss his tour of the UPS Worldport in Kentucky, Netflix vs. HBO, Adam Sandler's career and whether or not caterpillars can fix the world's garbage problems.

access_time5 months ago
Shanon Cook returns to the show bringing along candidates for what could be the song of the summer -- but doesn't leave before telling a slightly embarrassing Bono story.

access_time5 months ago
Today's throwback is the most listened-to episode of The 404 Show in our nearly 10 years of existence. Find out what happens when Justin Yu takes a hiking trip that goes catastrophically awry.

access_time6 months ago
It's been a while since we've sat down with Scott Stein. Today we discuss Project Scorpio's specs, the Mac Pro and attempt to wrap our heads around Pepsi's awful ad.

access_time6 months ago
Giant Bomb's Vinny Caravella joins the show to discuss the new Samsung Galaxy S8, new ISP privacy concerns, Palmer Luckey's exit from Facebook and how not to break up a fight.

access_time6 months ago
TV Guide's Sadie Gennis is here to run down the list of shows debuting in April. From Fargo to American Gods to Silicon Valley, there's something for everyone on her list.

access_time6 months ago
Ben Fox Rubin returns to discuss the idea of a new Matrix movie, Netflix's binary rating system and the perils of device addiction.

access_time7 months ago
In which Russ and Jeff discuss the giant concrete arrows spread across the country, atomic-level storage and a secret Tinder for seriously good-looking people.

access_time7 months ago
Jordan Hoffman returns to the show to give us his picks for the 2017 Oscars. We'll run through the nominations for most of the categories and get reviews of a few recent releases as well.

access_time8 months ago
Jill Schlesinger is back to answer our questions about what the fiduciary standard rollback means and if it's a good time to buy a house.

access_time8 months ago
Spotify's Shanon Cook is back on the show and bringing along with her the official mayoral playlists of Atlanta and Boston, just in time for the big game.

access_time8 months ago
Nintendo revealed its brand new console, the Switch, last week in New York. Jeff and Russ were there and discuss their thoughts on the Switch, its launch and what the future holds in store.

access_time9 months ago
Today Jeff and Russ take a long and hard look at CES 2017 and why you should always attach your concept laptop to some kind of secure lock. Plus, we'll talk about why everyone hates the person in the last seat at a blackjack table.

access_time9 months ago
Russ and Jeff give 2016 the finger and discuss movies that would be undone by modern day technology.

access_time9 months ago
Steve's ability to surprise us with stories we've never heard before never ceases to amaze us. Plus: a spoiler-free (we promise!) review of Star Wars Rogue One.

access_time10 months ago
Jill Schlesinger was kind enough to spend some of her birthday with us today to give her thoughts on the post-election economy. She also breaks down bond values, the Fitbit acquisition of Pebble and why it's OK to let your dog sleep in the same bed as you.

access_time10 months ago
Today we celebrate the legacy of Justin Yu at CNET as we send him off in style.

access_time10 months ago
Today, Jeff is joined by Sadie Gennis from TV Guide and Ben Fox Rubin from CNET News for a chat about Westworld, the madness of HGTV and some of the shows you should and should not be watching.

access_time11 months ago
Please enjoy this classic episode of the show with noted Internet man, John Hodgman.

access_time11 months ago
Today on the show we'll get a crash course in meditation and some vital economics along the way as we welcome Jill Schlesinger back to the program.

access_time11 months ago
Russ takes over hosting duties with Jeff out. Thankfully he's joined by Shanon Cook of Spotify, who is making us all a bit younger with her Top 25 Artists Under 25 playlist. We also learn the secrets of Russ's karaoke mix.

access_time11 months ago
Russ and Jeff break down all the bits and pieces to take away from this week's announcement of the Nintendo Switch console, the new Logan trailer and DNS outages.

access_time12 months ago
Ben Fox Rubin returns to the show to help us break down the Note 7 fallout, what an Amazon bodega might look like and discuss the VR landscape with PlayStation VR now out in the wild.

access_time12 months ago
The Sleep Doctor, Dr Michael Breus, makes his triumphant return to the show touting his brand new book, "The Power of When."

access_time12 months ago
A super busy week has us revisiting our interview with Matt Inman, the creator of The Oatmeal. But first, a message from Jeff about next week's show with The Sleep Doctor.

access_time1 year ago
Steve Guttenberg has done the legwork and has declared a winner in the battle of the iPhone's headphone jack versus the lightning port. Which one sounds better? We'll also talk about Jeff's Italian vacation, what the hell is up with Palmer Luckey and much more.

access_time1 year ago
Jeff's vacation continues, so Russ continues hosting duties! This week we've got CNET editor Dan Ackerman to talk about his new book, "The Tetris Effect." We've also got exploding Galaxy Notes and Pokemon Go Plus!

access_time1 year ago
With Jeff out, Russ Frushtick takes charge of hosting and attempts to tackle all of the insane tech news of the week. Joining him is special guest Chris Plante, senior editor at The Verge.

access_time1 year ago
2014's Podcaster of the Year Justin Yu is back with us to welcome home Russ Frushtick, who recently returned from a honeymoon in Iceland. We'll discuss his adventures there, what it's like to be a skinny dude, the Note 7 recall, and the death of Gene Wilder.

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