U2 was going to perform in Jimmy Fallon for the entire week. But, as Fallon explains in this video, Bono broke an arm this weekend and they had to cancel. Amazingly enough, he and the Roots filled in and performed Desire—one of U2 best songs, from the 1988 Rattle and Hum. It was as good or better than the young U2.
You've probably seen Jimmy Fallon do his ultra-famous Neil Young impression before, but there's nothing better, really, than seeing Mr. Young himself on the Fallon stage, playing a track inside Jack White's old-school novelty recording booth.
It's Friday, and if there's even an ounce of joy in your heart, drop everything and watch this delightful clip of Jimmy Fallon and Billy Joel nailing a four-part harmony rendition of "The Lion Sleeps Tonight," with an assist from an iPad app.
Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon, comedy skit best friends and the human couple equivalent of a pair of colorful striped socks, teamed up yet again to shed light on a disease that's been plaguing phone-connected humans for years now: the ridiculous overuse of hashtags.
Jimmy Fallon's Hacker 9000 is capable of instant voicemail hacking. If you are were an audience member on last night's Late Night, you may have feared certain humiliation at the hand of Fallon's "gadget." Even more humiliating, however, may have been Fallon's mockery of your smartphone. [Late Night With Jimmy Fallon]
Last month, we told you that Winona Ryder has never used the Internet. Tonight, during a Late Night interview with Jimmy Fallon, Ryder explained why: she's afraid that, while Googling, she'll "suddenly be a member of Al-Qaeda." Buh? Watch inside.
This is a funny one. You'd think the President of Nintendo America, Reggie Fils-Aime, would know the date of release for his revolutionary new 3DS, but telling Jimmy Fallon on Friday that it'd launch "next year" was incorrect, apparently.
Superman, Batman and Spider-Man are heroes for a different era. We need a superhero that handles 21st century problems—like our insatiable lust for clean power. We need "The Recharger."
Canned videos and secondhand accounts can only tell us so much about Project Natal; it's really the kind of product you want to see for yourself. Microsoft's Kudo Tsunado went on Jimmy Fallon last night to give us a look.
In the second daily video for his upcoming show, Jimmy Fallon name drops services like Flickr and says he's going to have a laptop at his desk so he can Skype people. I believe him.