In the mood for a little vintage Chevy Chase, John Belushi, or Will Ferrell? Well, fans of "Saturday Night Live" can head to Yahoo to watch classic clips from the show as well as episodes from the current season.
The 38-year archive of SNL content will be exclusively available to Yahoo users, CEO Marissa Mayer announced in a blog post.
"Blues Brothers, the Coneheads, Church Chat, Wayne's World, Coffee Talk, Pat, the Hanukkah Song -- the list of tremendous clips goes on and on," Mayer wrote. "'Saturday Night Live' has pervaded and defined our … Read more
Hackers appear to have infiltrated and defaced several NBC Web sites, including the page for "Saturday Night Live."
The page's usual content was replaced with a message that the site had been hacked by "pyknik" and scrolling text with the nursery rhyme "Remember, Remember The Fifth of November Gunpowder and Treason Plot." The message also indicated that "user info" and "passwords" had been exposed, but it was unclear where this information was allegedly taken from.
The nursery rhyme is about a conspiracy to blow up the English Parliament in … Read more
We'll cover everything you can expect to see at Apple's next event. iPad Mini? Check. MacBook Pro 13-inch with Retina Display? Most likely. New iMacs and Mac Minis? Highly likely. Even CNET Senior Editor Rich Brown, who covers PC desktops, will be attending the event, and he usually only goes when Apple announces desktops.
So what are YOU most excited to see at Apple's October 23 event? Let us know in the poll.
There are still lines for the iPhone 5, and there are plenty of reasons why. Plus, we have an awesome iPad giveaway from our … Read more
"Saturday Night Live" offered its satirical take on various complaints about Apple's new iPhone 5 in a skit that skewered the tech press and featured a confrontation with SNL's version of Chinese factory workers who make the iPhone.
Guest SNL host Christina Applegate as "Tech Talk" host Caitlin Owens started the skit interviewing reporters from CNET (SNL's Bill Hader playing "Josh Savage" in a nod to our own intrepid Apple reporter, Josh Lowensohn), Wired, and Gizmodo about a "plethora of glitches and design flaws."
The three "reporters" … Read more
Leaked from today's 404 episode:
- Rare full recording of 1983 Steve Jobs speech reveals Apple had been working on iPad for 27 years.
- "Steve Jobs" spotted on the back of a truck in Xi'an, China.
- Machine Gun Kelly gig at Microsoft Store cut short by police.
- Capcom opens "human meat" butchery in London for the launch of Resident Evil 6.
Bathroom break video: Videos of people posing for still photosEpisode 1,142 Subscribe in iTunes (audio) | … Read more
Have you wondered what happens backstage during a "Saturday Night Live" broadcast? Well, this week iPhone users can catch a glimpse behind the scenes and set pieces. "Saturday Night Live" will be streaming live videos to the Color for Facebook app during rehearsals this week and from the season finale this Saturday, May 19.
In order to watch the videos, you need to do two things:
1. Install the free Color for Facebook app on your iPhone.
2. Like "Saturday Night Live" or Verizon Wireless on Facebook.
Once you have the Color app and … Read more
Launched on August 1, 1981, with the Buggles' "Video Killed the Radio Star," MTV had a huge impact on 1980s pop culture.
Before MTV arrived, music programming was mostly limited to bands playing a song or two on the late-night talk shows or "Saturday Night Live." Amazingly enough, most big cities' cable providers weren't on board for the MTV launch; NYC and LA didn't offer the network until 1982. MTV's "I want my MTV!" ad campaigns helped rectify the situation, but MTV's initial rise was painfully slow. The network went … Read more